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Clothespin Hungry Fish

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Fish crafts are super popular among kids, so these Clothespin Hungry Fish definitely belong on your list of cool craft ideas. Clothespin crafts like these are perfect for kids to do because they are super simple and a lot of fun. These adorable little fish will take your kids no time at all to create, which means they can create a giant school of fish! All your kids have to do is print out the free template that's included and get to crafting. Before you know it, your house will be full of beautiful fish.

Clothespin Hungry Fish

 

Materials:

  • 4 wooden clothespins
  • Colorful scrapbook paper
  • Fish pattern
  • 4 googly eyes
  • Hot glue gun (you can also use white craft glue)
  • Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Print the patterns and use them to cut fish from scrapbook paper.Cut each fish in half horizontally, from tail to nose.

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  2. Lay clothespins on their sides. Glue the top half of the fish to the upper half of the clothespin, and glue the bottom half of the fish to the lower half of the clothespin.

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  3. Glue on the googly eyes.
     

NOTE: I glued my clothespins so that the fish mouths would remain open for the photographs. This is a fun toy that your kids can play with. They can open and close the mouth by squeezing the clothespin open and closed.

 

 

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