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Earth Day Crafts

Easy Earth Day Crafts

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The earth day crafts is very important to us. It is the only thing we all have in common. Earth Day is an international event that is held on the 22nd of April each year. On this day we must come together and show our love for our Earth.

We can bake cakes, cookies, and cupcakes and wear green suits this day. Decorating the cakes is an immensely happy memory and if we do this on this bloused day, it will make us very delighted!

Earth Day Crafts

Let us all come together and show that we care for our Earth. We can do this using arts and crafts. Let us make wreaths and share them with our family and friends.

Gather all the things you need and let’s get started!

What You Need:

  • Red-colored chart paper (any other color of chart paper will work too)
  • Blue colored chart paper (it will represent the water on Earth)
  • Green colored chart paper (it will represent the land on the earth)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Ribbon
  • Pencil and a marker
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Step 1:

Start by cutting a small sheet of blue chart paper. Now place your hand on the chart paper and trace out it using a pencil. If you have big hands, it is okay; you can cut it about the size of your hand and later shorten the palm and fingers.

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Step 2:

Now make two more hands-on this blue sheet as you did in Step 1. An easy way I prefer is to trace out the first hand you cut twice and you will get three blue hands of the same size. Now use one of the blue hands to trace three more hands-on green paper. In short, you should result in three blue and three green hands.

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Step 3:

The third step I can say is a little tricky. We will be covering two segments in it.

Grab a piece of red chart paper and trace out a ring. Now cut it out. It is merely a circle with a huge hole in it. I am sure this step must not have made you tired as there is much more you need to do!

The second task of the step is to punch a hole on the top of the red ring and insert a ribbon of perfect length. I hope you will be able to do this easily. If not, we do not mind mommies and daddies giving a helping hand!

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Step 4:

The next step is to apply glue on the bottoms of all the hands one by one using the glue you have available. You can instead apply glue on the entire ring to make this project easier. But I believe that artists always choose the tricky path!

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Step 5:

Now paste all the hands on the ring one by one. This looks beautiful!

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Step 6:

The next step is to write an Earth day quote on the hand. You can gather six beautiful quotes from the internet and write them on the hands to make the wreathe appear more lovely. We have chosen a six-word quote to write one word on each hand. Isn’t it a great idea?

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Hooray! You have completed this earth day craft for toddlers. Now you can hang it at the entrance of the door of your room or gate. This will highlight that you show love for your Earth as it is the only place we have to live in.

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