We are looking forward to celebrating Children In Need this Friday. There are some lovely ways to raise money for good causes and my daughter will be dressing up in her spottiest clothes for the day. We wanted to celebrate Pudsey and had so much fun with our Pudsey paper plate craft that we thought we would share it here.
Pudsey paper plate craft supplies:
white paper plate
How to make a Pudsey paper plate
Pudsey is the official mascot of BBC Children in Need. We wanted to draw his face so carefully drew it on a paper plate in pencil.
Then we went over it with black pen.
We coloured in the features with black pen – his mouth, nose, eye and eyebrow.
Then we coloured in Pudsey’s face with yellow pens.
Then it was time to decorate Pudsey’s spotty bandana. My daughter drew different sized spots in pencil – but you could add any design you wanted here.
Then she coloured the spots in using every colour she could find!
What do you think of our colourful paper plate Pudsey craft for kids? You could cut round the face or make more and hang them up to celebrate Children In Need!
Don’t forget to take a look at our Children In Need painted rocks for more ideas to celebrate Children In Need.