We continue our series of paper roll cars with a fast race car for our cool grey bunny.
This one is made from a kitchen paper roll. Press the one end together and glue or tape it. Cut a proper length and fold in the ends to create the rear shape of the car where you can add paper flames as we did.
Cut out the hole for the bunny to sit in.
We painted our car grey with yellow stripes and added a silver sticker with a number.
The wheels are made from black thick paper and silver sticky foil.
The windshield is cut of a left over plastic package and glued on the inside of the seating hole.
Turn our Dreamy Friend Nisse into a moveable paper doll with this simple craft. Cut out the doll shapes, punch out the two holes marked on each arm and leg and use butterfly clips to attach the arms and the legs to the body.
Create a little lantern for your Saint Martin’s Lantern Walk. A tradition celebrated in Germany and Austria, St. Martin’s Day celebrates the gracious St. Martin who shared his cloak with a freezing beggar.
Make this cute hanging-decoration for the last glowy days of autumn. Print, colour in, cut out and glue leaves together with a string in between - you can also use this as template and trace the cut-outs on your own choice of paper.