Did you know, A.A Milne’s birthday is on the 18th January? To celebrate, we’re joining in with a group of other bloggers for a Winnie the Pooh series to share all things Winnie the Pooh, from crafts, to sensory play, food ideas, or any other activity linked in to the classic book character.
We decided to make a paper plate Winnie the Pooh craft
To make the paper plate Winnie the Pooh, you will need:
- Yellow paper plate
- Black sharpie and / or black paint
- Glue or double sided tape
- Red felt
To help us with our Winnie the Pooh paper plates, we used this video from Disney Hollywood Studios which teaches you how to draw Winnie the Pooh, in a front facing position.
If you or your kids want to learn how to draw various Disney characters, these videos are super and very helpful, so do check out the others on their channel too.
So, using the video we drew our basic Winnie the Pooh on to the paper plate. We used a dry wipe pen, and rubbed out the edges when we had finished cutting, and then painted over the black lines for Pooh’s features that we wanted to keep.
Then cut away the un-needed edges to leave the Winnie the Pooh shape.
To make Winnie the Pooh’s red t-shirt, we measured some red felt for size, and then stuck it on to the bottom of the plate with double sided tape. (Stick the tape first to the plate, and then peel off and stick the felt rather than sticking to the felt first, as it’s not easy to peel it that way)
You could also cut out holes in the eyes, and make your paper plate Winnie the Pooh into a mask. Punch a hole in each side and add elastic to wear the mask easily, or add a craft stick at the bottom to hold up the mask.
More Winnie the Pooh ideas
Make These Cute Paper Plate Piglets from Peakle Pie
Winnie the Pooh Book Review from Witty Hoots
Winnie-the-Pooh’s Honey Snacks from Kelly’s Classroom
Playing Winnie the Pooh’s Favourite Game – Pooh Sticks from Play & Learn Everyday
Where in The World is Winnie The Pooh? from Castle View Academy
Simple Art for Little Girl’s Room With Free Printable from Play Dough & Popsicles
DIY Winnie The Pooh Letters from Adventures of Adam
Whimsical Winnie the Pooh Kids Birthday Party from Crafty Mama in ME
Paper Plate Winnie the Pooh Craft from In the Playroom
Winnie the Pooh Play Doh Invitation to Play from Something 2 Offer
DIY Winnie The Pooh Figurines from Mama Smiles
If you have any Winnie the Pooh posts, add them to the linky below!
Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
Her easy-to-follow craft ideas and practical parenting advice have transformed In The Playroom into a cherished resource for parents.