This cute and easy lion paper craft with printable template is the perfect way to craft up a roaring good time with the kids! Print off a few of the free templates and grab some basic craft supplies to start creating these too cute paper lions!
Paper crafts make a great rainy day activity, and we usually have the supplies on hand, so we can craft anytime we want! This project is no exception. It only requires basic supplies like paper, glue, markers, and scissors to create something fantastic.
PAPER CRAFT FOR KIDS
This paper project is perfect for kids of all ages. Younger kids will be proud of their work and the included template makes things easy to follow. Tweens and teens might want to add a little more detail to their lion, or let their imaginations play a part in the finished product, which is great. No matter what age , it is safe to say that they will have fun with this project!
Paper crafts are a timeless option for kids. They encourage dramatic play, and they are perfect for on the go play. You can take them anywhere, and if they are left behind? No worries! You can make another anytime. Just print a few extra templates to have on hand, or better yet, pin this idea for later, just in case you want to revisit it.
LION PAPER CRAFT FOR KIDS WITH PRINTABLE TEMPLATE
LIST OF SUPPLIES
- Coloured craft papers
- Craft glue
- Black marker pen
- Lion Paper Craft Template
Select orange and yellow coloured craft papers for the lion paper craft. Trace the mane patterns, tail tip (teardrop) and the strip pattern on orange coloured craft paper, trace the small round shape on brown, or black coloured paper and trace the rest of the body patterns (body, head, legs and tail) on yellow coloured craft papers. Cut out the traced patterns.
Attach the small mane pattern in the middle of the big mane pattern.
Attach the 2 leg patterns on the bottom side of the lower body pattern.
Attach the orange strip along the top middle side of the head and keeping it towards the inner side. Attach the small brown round shaped on the inner end of the orange strip.
Attach the head in the middle of the mane pattern. Attach the tail on either side of the body pattern.
Attach the head on the top side of the body pattern. Use a black marker pen to draw the eyes, whiskers, and mouth of the paper lion.