Silly Monster Paper Plate Craft for Kids

My kids have been worried about monsters lately so we needed a way to make them silly and not scary. This easy Paper Plate Craft…

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My kids have been worried about monsters lately so we needed a way to make them silly and not scary. This easy Paper Plate Craft did the trick… now they always have a monster in their room and it’s no big deal. This craft is also perfect for a less-scary Halloween Craft for little kids.


You may also like our Silly Monster Puppets that we made out of a chiffon duster from the dollar store and check out more monster crafts by the Kids Craft Stars (KCS) at the bottom of this post. You can also follow the KCS on Pinterest and Instagram. Just in case you missed it, previous themes have been Ocean CraftsRecycled CD CraftsChildren’s Book Themed Crafts and Tissue Paper Crafts

Here is a funny book by Mo Willems called Leonardo, the Terrible Monster (affiliate link)  and to help the kids even more with their monster fear, we have been watching Monsters Inc. and Monsters University… I am also trying to convince my daughter to dress up as Boo for Halloween so I can dress my husband up as Sully–I’m pretty sure the daddy-daughter duo would be adorable.  

Monster Paper Plate Craft 

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Supplies:
Paper plates (1 large and 1 small)
Craft paint
Paint brush
Scissors
Glue
Monster decorations (here are some ideas)

Directions:

1.  Have child paint the paper plates and set it out to dry.

2.  Cut the paper plates out in your desired monster shape and glue the monster together. My kiddos wanted me to cut out their monster shapes, but depending on your child’s skill level, they can always cut out their own.

3.  Finally the best part, have child decorate their monster and when they are done proudly display it.

Monster Crafts by the Kids Craft Stars

Monster Rocks by Easy Peasy and Fun
Bubble Wrap Monsters by In the Playroom
Paint Drip Monster Pots by Crafty Morning
Potato Print Monsters by Artsy Craftsy Mom
Puzzle Piece Monsters by Glued to My Crafts
Popsicle stick monsters by I Heart Arts n Crafts
Make Monster Sculptures by Pink Stripey Socks 
Paper Bag Monster Puppets by I Heart Crafty Things
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Have a great day! 

Love, Katie & the Kiddos

5 comments

  1. This is really fun! I like how they are all a bit different, and the excess use of eyes makes me smile as that's totally what my son would do! I have pinned this! Found via #pintorials

  2. They are amazing! So cute and great looking monsters! Thank you for sharing it with us #pintorials

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