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Printable Elf Craft

Easy Holiday Craft Idea: Printable Elf Craft Template

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Do you love Christmas Paper Crafts? If you do, then you will love this Fun Printable Elf Craft Template! From Santa and Mrs. Clause and Rudolph to Elves these Holiday Crafts are sure to bring a smile to your child’s face.

Check out this fun Printable Elf Template! Use our Elf Template and get creative making your own Holiday Paper Crafts. Kids will love creating this Christmas Paper Craft and telling stories!

Materials Needed for the Printable Elf Craft Template

1. Printable Christmas Template

Printable Elf Craft

How to Make the Paper Elf Craft

This fun paper Holiday Craft is perfect for kids of all ages! All you need is construction paper, Printable Elf Template Cut Out, some markers, scissors, and glue.

So, gather your supplies and keep reading for the simple step by step instructions.

1. Download the Printable Elf Craft Template

Then print the Christmas template.

Printable Elf Craft

2. Cut Out the Pieces You’ll Need.

Use scissors to cut out the sections for the Elf Paper Craft.

Printable Elf Craft

3. Trace the Template

Trace the Christmas template onto the required colored paper and cut it out.

Printable Elf Craft

4. Create the body.

Take the elf craft body and glue on each piece of the jacket. Then glue on the feet.

Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft

5. Attach the Arms

Take the glue and attach each arm to the body. Then add the hands.

Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft

6. Glue on the belt.

Glue on the black the belt. Next add the belt buckle.

Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft

7. Add the Head

Take the head and attach to the body. Next add the red neck piece and the yellow buttons. Then the eyes and mouth.

Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft

8. Glue on the Hat

Take the hair and paste it to the head. Then add the ears and nose. Lastly attach the red hat.

Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft
Printable Elf Craft

Thats it! You just created our Printable Elf Craft Template!

Printable Elf Craft

How did your kid’s Christmas craft turn out? What color did you use to make your Holiday Crafts out of paper? Don’t forget to share your Paper Printable Elf Template Craft.

What is an Elf?

Santa’s Elves are a group of mythical creatures that help Santa Claus make toys at the North Pole. They are tiny, green-clad elves with pointy ears and hats.

Elves have been associated with Christmas since they were first introduced in literature and artwork. Today, they remain an iconic part of Christmas folklore around the world.

Check out these Christmas Paper Craft Ideas!

Create your own Holiday Activity and put on a show for the whole family. You can make your own paper crafts of Mrs. Claus, Elves, Grinch, Rudolph and more. Click below to see all our Christmas Crafts

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We hope you enjoyed our Christmas Crafts!

We hope you enjoyed our paper craft for kids! If you liked this article about Elf for Preschoolers, please leave us a comment and let us know.

We’d love to hear from you. In the meantime, be sure to check out our other fun kid’s crafts on our website.

Elf Printable Instructions

  1. Download the Printable Elf Template
  2. Print, and cut out the pieces.
  3. Trace the template onto the required colored paper and cut it out.
  4. Take the elf body and glue on each piece of the jacket.
  5. Then glue on the feet.
  6. Take the glue and attach each arm to the body.
  7. Then add the hands.
  8. Glue on the black the belt.
  9. Next add the belt buckle.
  10. Take the head and attach to the body.
  11. Next add the red neck piece and the yellow buttons.
  12. Then the eyes and mouth.
  13. Take the hair and paste it to the head.
  14. Then add the ears and nose.
  15. Lastly attach the red hat.
  16. Congratulations! You have completed the Printable Elf Template Paper Crafts!

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