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Torn Paper Pear

Easy Paper Crafts for Kids – Paper Pear

Easy Paper Crafts for Kids – got some crafting time with your kids? Make this easy construction paper craft for kids called Torn Paper Pear.

Easy construction paper craft for kids called Torn Paper Pear. Wow! We haven’t craft for so long.

Finally we got some crafting books from the library and our precious crafting time to make this beautiful and easy craft for kids called Paper Pear.

It is super easy to make .

To make Pear art out of paper you will need a pencil, colored paper and a hot glue.

Check out more crafty kids activities here: Activities for Kids.

A drawing of a pear on a white paper. Draw a pear just like illustrated on the picture above.

Cut out white paper pear.Cut the pear into small parts like this ^.

An outline half of the Paper Pear on a green construction paper.Taking one part from the pear draw it on a colorful paper.

Torn Paper Pear on a construction paper.This is a perfect time to let your child choose his favorite colors.

Easy construction paper craft for kids called Torn Paper Pear. A little girl holding paper in her hand.Instead of using scissors let your child slowly tear each part of the pear.

A girl making a leave shape out of construction paper.
Paper craft for kids is almost done. All we need is to glue each piece on a paper. After you are done your pear going to look like this.
Using hot glue gun or a regular glue carefully glue each paper piece on a white paper.

Easy Paper Crafts for Kids is done & getting framed.Place it in the frame if desired….


…cut the white paper out just like this.

Now it is ready to be framed.

Easy Paper Crafts for Kids is done & framed.I hope you like this Torn Paper Pear an easy craft for kids.

Feel free to visit our Munchkin Time Page for more fun craft ideas for kids.

Quote of the Day

Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.

Charles R. Swindoll

Have a wonderful day!

Torn Paper Pear source: “My First Art Activity” by Clare Youngs

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