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Cardboard Roll Penguin
August 25th, 2011 by Craftylocks

 

Such a cute and dapper penguin and fun to make too.

We found this cute paper craft over at Free Kid Crafts and thought he looked fun to make – we were right!

As well as the usual supplies of glue, scissors and a pencil, you will of course need a cardboard tube – an empty toilet paper roll is perfect but you may prefer to use something else. You also need 2 googly eyes, a photocopy size sheet of black card, some orange card for the beak and feet and some white card or paper.

Cover the toilet roll with the black card.

Using a piece of white card or paper cut out a tummy shape that is flat at the bottom and rounded at the top. Cut out two feet and the beak from the orange card and a pair of wings from the leftover black card.

Stick the belly in place.

Press a vertical crease in the wings.

Put two bends in the center of the beak to make a flat edge to glue it to the body of the penguin. Glue the eyes in place above the beak. Glue the wings on.

Once dry, gently bend the wings out a bit so they sit out from the body.

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3 Responses  
Animalitos con Rollos de Papel Higienico | Tiempo para Jugar writes:
June 9th, 2013 at 7:16 pm

[...] El Pinguino [...]

What We’re Making Today: Arctic Scenes! « Jumbo Jibbles writes:
March 8th, 2012 at 12:18 pm

[...] This was inspired by a toilet roll penguin craft in Make and Do Crafts, but you can find  how-tos all over the internet.  We made a penguin, arctic hare (rabbit), mountains (or glaciers) and a mobile of [...]

dawnie writes:
September 3rd, 2011 at 4:05 pm

love penguins – penguins rule – dontcha love clothespins as helpers – ty nice craft

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