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My name is Koko, I'm a Japanese Illustrator.
I share Drawing tutorials and inspirations. I hope to help your (your kids) creativity!
This is NOT only for kids craft!
For elders or disabled people who want to be creative and use their fingers to make something … this craft is easy and cute, basically anyone want to try – is welcome to try!
How to make a Toilet Paper Roll Santa Claus with Beard
Here I will show you how to make a Toilet Paper Roll Santa!
It’s super simple, perfect for kids craft – or, elders, it’s good practice for moving fingers.
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Let’s make Santa Claus!
on my design, the height of the Santa’s body is 9.5cm = 3,74 inch.
Depends on a brand, it maybe too long or short. Please check with your toilet paper tube and adjust the paper, either to cut extra longer, or shorter.
Order to past his body parts : body – beard – present bag – hat.
Step 1. First, prepare Santa Design Paper that you’ve got from my library.
Cut out all the parts.
Let’s roll his body on to the tube. In the beginning, please place a scotchtape like this.
Step 3. Then you roll the paper around the tube. End it with placing some tapes.
Step 4. When we made his body, we are now making his beard!
This is a key point – please use toilet paper!!
Tear toilet paper into small pieces like a picture below.
Step 5. Crumple up toilet papers. This is going to be his beard!
Step 6. Place his bead around his face. Place with liquid glue, one by one.
Step 7. After beard, place a bag of present and his hat.
Hat is going at the end.
Wanna peek what Japanese kids did?
I’m a Japanese mom living in Denmark, so I bring my son (Japanese x Denmark mix) to a monthly Japanese kindergarten.
(needless to say, I am a craft teacher there! 😁)
At our school, we chose to use a plain paper and let kids color whatever they want. I’d like to show you some of kids works!
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