Are you looking for a fun craft to do with your kids? This Rainbow Cloud Craft for kids is adorable and, with the free template, it is super easy to make. These would be so cute hung up for display in front of a window.
My girls love anything that has to do with rainbows so if I want to earn some brownie points (you know, without making actual brownies, which works well too), this Rainbow Cloud Craft definitely does the trick.
If you don’t consider yourself crafty, don’t worry. We’ve got a free template for you that makes this kids craft project so easy to make.
Rainbow Cloud Craft Supplies
Colored craft papers – 7 colors of the rainbow and pink
White stationary paper
Black pen or marker
Cloud template (download this here)
We’ve made it easy and put together the supplies you’ll need below:
Pacon Lightweight Construction Paper, 10 Assorted Colors, 9Pacon SunWorks Construction Paper, 12-Inches by 18-Inches, 50-Count, White (9207)Elmer’s Liquid School Glue, Washable, Pack of 12Ticonderoga Wood-Cased My First Pencils, 2 HB Soft, Pre-Sharpened, With Eraser, Includes Bonus Sharpener, Yellow, 4 Count (33309)Sharpie Twin Tip Assorted 8 PackWestcott Classic Kids Scissors, Blunt Tip, 5 Inch, Neon Pink (15967)
Rainbow Cloud Craft Instructions
Gather the selected colored craft papers and the white stationary paper. Trace the patterns from the template on the selected papers and cut out the patterns nicely.
Take the cloud pattern and trace a thin border along the side using a black pen or marker
(optional). Use the pen or marker to draw the face of the cloud.
Take the 2 pink circles and glue them on both cheeks of the cloud.
Flip the cloud to the other side and place it on a flat surface. Arrange the 7 rainbow color (cut out
craft papers) from opposite direction (starting from red).
Start to glue the cut out papers on the bottom end of the cloud’s back side.
Keep in mind to glue the colors appropriately (purple, blue, sky blue, green, yellow, orange and
Done gluing all the rainbow colors? Turn the cloud to the other side.
You may keep the ends of the rainbow strips as they are or you can also cut diagonal ends like I did. Either option looks great.
Allow the glue to dry and done!
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