This Handprint And Paper Plate Bitten Apple Craft is so fun to do with the kids this apple picking season. Nothing beats an afternoon making apple crafts for kids round the kitchen table with the smell of juicy apple pies and delicious apple cakes baking in the oven next to us. Yum!
I’ve always been a fan of handprint crafts and paper plate crafts. Handprints make such gorgeous keepsakes and paper plates are such and easy and thrifty craft supply! The two come together brilliantly in this fun bitten apple craft. Who could resist taking a bite out of a big red juicy apple like that?
We hope you like this easy apple craft idea as much as we do. This paper plate apple craft is great for Autumn and apple picking season and all year round if you are looking at healthy eating or farming topics.
Paper Plate Bitten Apple Craft Tutorial
Supplies To Make A Fun Bitten Apple Craft
How To Make A Handprint and Paper Plate Bitten Apple Craft
1 – This apple craft for preschoolers is so simple and needs very little explaining. Start by cutting an apple shape from your paper plate and then cutting some bites out of the side.
2 – Using the bits of paper plate you cut off, shape an apple leaf and apple stalk.
3 – Paint all of your apple parts and let dry.
4 – When the parts of your apple are dry glue the stalk and leaf into place on the back of the paper plate.
5 – Draw around your hand onto skin coloured paper and cut it out. I love this pack of Pacon Multicultural Construction Paper. It has so many shades to choose from.
6 – Glue your hand cut out onto the back of your bitten apple craft with the thumb pointing upwards and the fingers pointing slightly downwards.
7 – Curl your handprint around and glue it to the front of your paper plate bitten apple craft. We just glued at the end of the fingertips which helps to give the hand a more 3D appearance.
Your handprint and paper plate bitten apple craft is ready to go on display. What a fun Fall craft to celebrate the apple harvest.
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