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Let Zero Fly Through Your Home With This Paper Craft

flying zero paper craft
Image source: Disney Family | Matthew Reinhart

While Halloween is supposed to be a time for spooky decorations, we can’t help but love this adorable ghostly creation. Featuring none other than Jack Skellington’s sidekick, this Flying Zero Paper Craft is sure to put a smile on kids of all ages from now until Christmas!

For more Disney magic, try this Oogie Boogie Cake:

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What You’ll Need

  • Template printed on cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • 12″ x 12″ tissue paper
  • Clothes hanger
  • Tape
  • Orange pom pom
  • 1 strip of felt
  • 2 rhinestones

How To Make It

  1. Print template on a piece of cardstock.
  2. Cut out all of the pieces on the solid black lines.
  3. Fold on all of the dotted lines.
  4. Cut out the small notches on the body piece by first folding them on the dotted line and cutting away the triangles.
  5. Glue the body, TAB A, by bringing both ends to meet each other.
  6. Glue the head, TAB B, where shown. Let dry.
  7. Glue the tail, TAB D, to the back of the body where shown. Let dry.
  8. Use a pencil to curl both top and bottom of the mouth, ears, and tail.
  9. Fold a piece of 12”x12” tissue paper in half and then half again. Cut off the corner so when you open it up, the hole is in the center.
  10. Open up a wire clothing hanger and straighten it, making sure to leave the top rounded as a handle.
  11. Entering from the bottom of the body, thread wire up through the notch closest to you and back down through the other notch. Tape to secure in place.
  12. Add a little bit of glue to the back of the body. Drape the tissue paper over it with TAB A poking out of the hole.
  13. Attach the head by gluing TAB C where shown. Let dry.
  14. Decorate with the pom pom, felt, and rhinestones!

Notes

All cutting and wire bending should be done by an adult.

Posted 4 weeks Ago
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