Make a Cardboard Tube Wonder Woman, simply perfect for imaginative play and for celebrating The Wonder Woman Movie release.
Author: Melissa Lennig
peach or light pink paintI used a color by FolkArt called Seashell Pink
construction paperred, yellow, blue, and black
1silver metallic Sharpie
1black felt tip pen
1red colored pencil
tape or glue
ruler or paper cutter
After gathering your supplies, paint a cardboard tube light pink or peach. Allow the paint to dry completely.
Next, cut a 2" x 4" strip of red construction paper. Gently fold it in half, then round the top and bottom corners. When you unfold it, you will have the top of Wonder Woman's costume.
Next, cut two 1" x 4" strips of construction paper—1 blue and 1 yellow. Fold the yellow paper in half, then cut it into the shape of Wonder Woman's belt. Cut the blue construction paper into the bottom part of Wonder Woman's costume. Draw small star shapes on the blue construction paper with the silver Sharpie.
Wrap the red, yellow, and blue pieces around the cardboard tube and tape them in the back. Next cut a small "w" shape from the scraps of the yellow construction paper and glue it to the top of the red costume.
To make Wonder Woman's hair, cut a 2" x 4" strip of black construction paper. Fold the black construction paper, then cut a space for Wonder Woman's face. Fringe the ends of the paper before taping it to the top of the cardboard tube.
When all the parts are glued on, use the black felt tip pen to draw eyes and a smile on Wonder Woman's face. Cut a small crown from yellow scrap paper and glue it on to finish her off.
This project for Cardboard Tube Wonder Woman was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/cardboard-tube-wonder-woman/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.