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We used a shoebox, but you can create a diorama using any size box.
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Print the diorama backgrounds and have kids color in the scenes with pencils or crayons.
Cover the work area with newspapers or a drop cloth. Have kids drizzle the glue all over the three panel backgrounds and use the small paintbrush to spread the glue into a thin, even layer. Kids can then sprinkle white glitter all over the scenes. Let the panels dry for about 30 minutes, and then shake off the excess glitter. Trim the background and side panels to fit inside the shoe box and glue them in place.
To create a base for the diorama, place the box's lid upside down on the table and fit the box (on its side) inside and toward the back of the lid. To make the snowy yard, cut a piece of polyester fill to fit the lid. (You don't need to glue the fill in place.)
To make the snowman, snip a 3/4-inch-long piece of pipe cleaner. Press one end into the 2-inch polystyrene ball and then push the 1-inch ball onto the exposed end of the pipe cleaner. (Note: snipped pipe cleaners can be a little bit sharp, so parents may want to do these steps.) Snip short pieces of pipe cleaners for the snowman's eyes, buttons, arms, and nose. To make the snowman's hat, tightly coil a black pipe cleaner around your index and middle fingers. Pinch it together slightly so it holds its shape. Glue the coil on and let dry for about 30 minutes. You can glue a small circle of poster board to the bottom of the snowman to help him stand.
For the trees, have kids drip glue around the circumference of the polystyrene cones and sprinkle on the colored glitter. (Cut the base of one cone first if you want the trees to be at different heights.) If you like, glue a bead to the top of each cone as a tree topper. Let the glue dry (from ten minutes to two hours, depending on how much glue was used) and shake off the excess glitter.
Print the Dora Diorama Figures and help kids cut out the figures. Fold the bottom tab back to make the figures stand up. You can glue a small square of cardboard or poster board to the bottom tab to help them stand.
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!
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
Create your very own trick-or-treat bag with Dora!
Kids can help get ready for the feast by adding color to this printable centerpiece!
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage month Dora tours Latin America
Customize kids' skates with an amazing shrink film craft
Gear up for Dora's Great Roller Skate Adventure with this exclusive t-shirt design!
If kids can't wait to skate, create this cereal box playground!
Make a new memory game in minutes with our easy printable templates
This goody bag is dressed up for Dad's special day!
Dress up cones with cute Nick Jr. characters!
Make a door sign that will bloom in any room!
Shower your little flower with quality crafting time!
Make this simple paper puppet and play fetch with Dora's little puppy!
Make a do-together craft kids can proudly display on their door
A picture-perfect present for you and your little bunny!
Make an indoor winter wonderland that somebunny will love!
Turn paper bags into your favorite math-loving team!
Kids can hop on over to the Christmas tree to hang this charming decoration!
Peter & pals are dashing through the snow-- carrying something sweet, you should know!
Rabbits are brave and he’s no exception! Add Benjamin to your x-mas collection.
Spread holiday cheer with these "sweet" messages.
Peter has a new gift for you to see. It's round, and blue, and hangs on a tree.
Everyone wins when you make your own spinning tops!
This print-and-fold craft is an umirrific way to make your tree look spectacular!
Extend-o the holiday cheer with this special craft for UmiFriends
Welcome guests during the holidays--or any day--with this easy-to-make decoration.
Create a SUPER shaped ornament to hang on your tree this year
Make VROOM, VROOM on your tree this year for UmiCar!
This snow bunny is ready for show and tell!
It's surprisingly simple to make a winter scene with your little bunny!
This paper gingerbread house is all bark and no bite!
Milli spins her pattern powers into a string of dreidels this holiday season
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!
Make a festive tree that won't wilt or wither!
Your preschooler will love prowling around the house in toasty Baby Jaguar slippers!
When the weather outside is frightful, a Diego scarf is delightful!
Wish everyone a WONDERful holiday with this tree topper!
Here's a simple and stylish Kwanzaa craft kids can fashion!
Let sweet holiday wishes bloom with these simple, customized cookie boxes.
Create the cutest footwear to warm up little toes!
We've got the goods on some slick Wonder Pets goody bags