Paper Rosette Frog Craft

Who loves frogs? This paper rose craft combines a love of frogs with crafting.

In just a few minutes, you can create your own frog! Everything from frog eyes and legs to rosette bodies, this craft is full of FUN!

Handmade paper frog roses

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Using this tutorial, you can start creating frogs that can play and learn for hours.

How to make this paper rose frog craft

What you need:

  • green construction paper
  • glue
  • tick
  • drag
  • rope

Step-by-step instructions

Take a piece of green construction paper and fold it in half. After folding it in half, you’ll want to trim the fold.

Like we’ve done many times before, you’ll want to start folding each side like a fan.

Glue the end of the rose piece.

Glue both folded pieces of paper together.

Take a string and add it in the middle. Tie it well.

Cut the string down so it doesn’t stick to the rosette piece.

Start creating a circle from the rose. You can do this by slowly opening it.

Glue the rose pieces together into a full circle, as shown here. This will be the content of Paper Rosette Frog Craft.

Fold another piece of green paper in half.

This will act as the frog’s body. You will freely draw a frog.

Now you can start putting the frogs together.

Free two eyes for frogs. You can be as creative as you want with this part.

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Now you will draw a small smile for the frog.

Handmade paper frog roses

The result of making this paper rose frog craft is a lot of creativity. You could make dozens of these frogs using this tutorial if you wanted!

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