Valentines Day Craft: Paper Plate Spirals

 

Make this simple and pretty paper plate Valentine spiral to decorate your home with a little love.
This craft is best suited for children 5+ years old with some scissor skills. Adult supervision is necessary.

Instructions:
 Paint a paper plate
Let Dry
Cut a spiral by turning the plate slowly as you cut.
Draw a spiral line on the plate to help guide younger children with cutting.
Punch hole at top end and string a ribbon, chenille stem  or yarn on end to hang.
You can also add beads to dress it up.


You can also punch a hole on the other end and dangle a heart or other shape from bottom.
I chose to hang a string of hearts from the top.


Hang & Enjoy!

These can also be used for any party decoration using different colors and shapes.
For example, green with clover dangles for St. Patrick's Day.

7 comments:

Amy said...

We could so do this... I just hope I get it to spiral. Thanks for the idea.

Christy said...

That looks pretty. Great idea.

Together We Save said...

Very cute!! Fun activity for the kids.

Only you said...

cool idea! =o)

Katie said...

I always love a good paper plate activity, the beads really take it up a notch and make it extra special.

yana said...

hello there..
nice blog u have. love the contents, love all the crafts, activities..
took me few hours reading...and reading...and reading...i just couldn't stop reading ur blog :)

Philippa said...

I have just found your blog and this looks great i am going to try it. thanks for the idea

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