Three Crows Recycled Craft
Learn to recycle and make a fun harvest kids crafts at the same time! Turn a recycled cardboard egg carton into these adorable black crows!
- Paint Brushes 25 Pack Assorted Styles
- Rainbow Fuzzy Sticks
- Acrylic Paint Jars
- Cardboard Paper Roll
- Cardboard Egg Carton
- Foam Sheet (orange)
- Construction Paper (white)
- masking Task
- Craft Glue
- Hole Punch
Step 1. Gather your supplies.
Cut (2) round cups from a cardboard egg carton. Tape the cups together with masking tape to form your crow shape. Repeat to make (3) crows.
Paint each crow with black Acrylic Paint and set aside to dry.
To create the wings, coil a black Fuzzy Stick into an oval and glue onto the body. Repeat so you have (2) wings for each crow.
For the crow’s tail, coil a Black Fuzzy Stick into a triangle and glue onto the back of the crow.
To make the crow’s feet, cut a 1 inch piece of an orange Fuzzy Stick and fold in half to make a “V” shape. Glue onto the bottom of the crow.
To make the hat, cut a ½ inch wide piece of cardboard roll and paint it yellow. Glue this yellow ring onto a circle cut from yellow construction paper.
Glue the hat onto the crow.
Create the branch the crows are sitting on by painting a cardboard roll with brown Acrylic Paint and set aside allow to dry.
Next, make leaves on a white construction paper base. You can draw and cut your own leaf shapes, or download our template found on the Fall Leaf Wreath here. Paint the leaf shapes using fall colors, such as red, yellow and orange. We used a Sponge Brush to mix colors and create texture.
Glue your crows and your leaves onto your cardboard roll branch.
On each end of the branch punch a hole with a hole punch tool. Thread a yellow Fuzzy Stick on each end and twist ends to secure. Twist the ends of the Fuzzy Sticks together to form a loop for hanging.