The Paper Bag Princess
by Robert Munsch
- Paper bag
- Glue Pom-poms
- Masking tape
- Cut your paper bag down the side and cut off the bottom. Lay it flat and zig-zag cut all across the top. Placing the crown around the child’s head, then adding an extra inch. To measure the size
- Get out your watercolors. Paint the crown and let it dry.
- When they are dry, put out the glue and other decorations (glitter, pompoms, sequins) and let them add to their heart’s content!
- When dry, place them around their heads with a piece of masking tape to put it together.
- Toilet paper roll
- 2 sheets of construction papers
- Pencil and ruler
- Googly eyes
- Tissue paper
- Glue stick
- Paper Straw
- Hot glue or PVA glue
- Clear tape/ Duct tape (optional)
- With your two sheets of construction papers and draw 3 lines (5.25 cm apart) dividing each of them into 3 equal columns.
- Now, cut along the lines and you will get a total of 8 paper strips. We are going to make the accordion folds with these paper strips.
- Pick two paper strips and stick them together in a 90 degree angle.
- Fold the paper strips in an accordion manner.Fold the bottom strip over the top strip and crease the fold. Again, take the bottom strip over the top strip and crease the fold. Repeat it till you reach the end of these strips. Now, put some glue at the ends and stick the next set of paper strips to it. Do the folding again and continue the process until you run out of strips.
- Stick two paper straws using duct tape or hot glue at both ends of the accordion.