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Flights of imagination are easy with these pretty wings. Use our template to create the wing shape, then strap them on with basic sewing elastic.
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Print the templates and enlarge them 150 percent. Cut out the templates and trace the shapes onto pink and yellow poster board. Cut out the poster board pieces. You should have four large pink wing pieces and four small yellow wing pieces.
Place the pink wing pieces onto a work surface and glue the yellow poster board pieces onto the centers of the pink poster board pieces. Allow to dry.
Flip the wing pieces upside down and arrange them in the shape of the finished butterfly wing structure: The heart-shaped sections of the top wings face out, and the wider ends of the tear-dropped shaped lower wings face out. Place the bottom wings so they overlap the top wings slightly by about 1 inch. Place the left and right sides of the wings about 1/2 inch apart on your work surface.
Snip the elastic into two 1-foot lengths and staple the ends to the cardboard square, creating loops. These will be the straps for kids to put their arms through. For cmmfort, cover the staples with tape.
Secure the 4-inch square of cardboard to the center junction of the wings using packing tape. This side of the wings will be against your child's body, so it won't be seen.
Cut the tulle into a rectangle that is about 18 inches x 6 inches. Accordion-fold the tulle lengthwise. Turn the wings right-side up and lay the tulle horizontally across the center junction of the wings. Wrap a folded strip of tissue paper vertically across the tulle and the center junction of the wings, making sure to wrap it around and in back of the wing structure. The tissue paper strip should meet and cover the cardboard square in back. Glue the tissue paper strip to the cardboard square at the back of the wings to secure the tulle in place. Allow to dry.
With the glitter glue, pipe around the perimeters of the wings and the yellow pieces. You can also add glitter to the tissue paper binder between the wings.
Santa's little helpers can make a sweet sled for Dora and Swiper!
Your preschooler can give a special holiday treat to everyone on her list!
Kids can turn recyclables into beautiful Dora decorations!
Turn your table into a winter wonderland with this seasonal centerpiece!
Add a little adventure to your tree this year with the help of your kids' favorite exploring pair!
Greet visitors with a colorful display featuring your child's Nick Jr. friends
Make a plain t-shirt or tote spectacular by adding our exclusive Dora decal
Make a do-together craft kids can proudly display on their door
Just when you thought Boots couldn't be any more huggable!
A snow day? Hurray! Grab a shoebox and create a scene starring your favorite explorer!
Create the cutest footwear to warm up little toes!
Let's bundle up with Boots and go outside!
Winter coats come off with ease!
Explore a new way to snack with Dora!
Print and create for your Dora the Explorer fan!
Jelly beans make a sweet and fashionable treat for Dora fans!
Every explorer will love these festive cupcake decorations!
This keepsake homemade gift for Mom will last long after the special day is over!
Transform a cereal box into a soccer field!
Print this decal and create a sporty tee for your explorer-to-be!
Make this simple paper puppet and play soccer with Dora!
Get kids ready for Easter egg hunts by crafting a beautiful basket!
Turn a cereal box into a craft that will aMAZE your kids!
Tick, tock, Dora and Boots are inside this clock!
It's paper dolls with a modern twist!
Turn a cereal box into a cute storage box for kids
Kids will be blown away by this beautiful outdoor decoration!
Invite your child's favorite Nick Jr. friends to the kids table with this printable craft
The race is on between Dora and the Ice Witch!
Create your very own trick-or-treat bag with Dora!
Here's the "PAW"fect accessory for your at-home PAW Patrol adventures!
Here's the perfect accessory for your at-home PAW Patrol adventures!
Create your very own trick-or-treat bag with Dora!
Take these pups on a Halloween treat-or-tricking adventure!
Let PAW Patrol lead your kids on a fun night with these stencils!
You don't have to cast a spell to change a tissue box into this wicked treat holder
Make a spook-tacular bag for collecting Halloween goodies
Pop-up Halloween cards for little Guppies who pop in for trick-or-treating
Who's that knockin'... Ghosts? Goblins? Nope. It's the GUPPIES!
Dora's in the house!
Measuring from Milli's outfit, this will be an extremely fun Halloween!
Nothing's out of reach when your child heads out for Halloween in Bot's costume!
Homemade Team Umizoomi Halloween costumes for the Mighty Math Powers crowd
Your little ones can create magical moments with this fairy princess wand
Take Tasha trick-or-treating!
Your little Uniqua fan will feel pretty in pink in this costume.
Awesome antlers announce that Tyrone is making the rounds this Halloween!
Light up Halloween night with your kid's favorite characters!
Turn your preschooler into Kai-lan's koala pal, Tolee!
Your kids will roar with delight once you transform them into this friendly tiger!
All hands and tentacles on board to make this under-the-ocean outfit
Dress up your preschooler as her favorite gifted guinea pig!
Dress your preschooler in this wonderful Ming-Ming costume!
Turn your little tike into Tuck. All it takes is a little teamwork!
For the cutest costume at a party, come as Tolee!
This clever costume comes to the rescue at any kind of party
Hot dog! It's Blue at the door for Halloween
Step out in style this Halloween!
Dress your preschooler as his favorite penguin pal!