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Toilet Paper Cloud Binocular Craft

  • 2 Empty toilet paper rolls (or paper towel tubes)
  • Blue paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Cotton balls
  • Liquid glue
  • String or yarn
  • Single hole punch (or improvise a means of making holes)
  • Optional: Hot glue gun

1.) Paint two cardboard tubes with blue paint and let dry.





2.) Glue cotton ball clouds around both tubes using liquid glue. (You might have to the kids how to separate the cotton balls into smaller pieces) Let the cotton clouds dry.





3.) Glue the cardboard tubes together. (You can use a hot glue gun so the glue dries quickly. If you use regular liquid glue, you will need to clip the tubes together to hold them in place while they dry.)






4.) Once the binoculars are dry, punch a small hole onto the outside edge of each tube.





5.) Cut a piece of string long enough to fit over your child’s head. Tie each end of the string through one of the holes.





6.) Enjoy cloud watching!