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It's time for spring cleaning, and you are sure to have some old CDs laying around. Ask your kids if they can turn these now useless music carriers into adorable Ladybug CDs. Making these ladybugs is the perfect solution for what to do with old CDs. Spring kids' crafts are such lovely ways to brighten up a day no matter the weather. These fun ladybug crafts are easy, budget friendly, and cute to boot. Your little ones will love leaving these spring critters all over the house!

Ladybug crafts are always fun and easy crafts for kids of all ages. If you want to see more of them, check out our collection of 15 Lovely Little Ladybug Craft Ideas for Kids!



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  • Recycled CDs or DVDs
  • Fine grit sandpaper
  • Felt in various colors
  • Black craft paint
  • Large googly eyes
  • Round sponge applicator
  • White craft glue
  • Scissors


  1. Trace one of your CDs onto a piece of paper and cut out the circle. You will use this as your template.

  2. Sand the surface of each CD/DVD lightly, just enough to knock off any gloss coating.

  3. Trace the template onto a piece of felt. Cut the circle out of the felt. Repeat this process for all of the colors that you will be using for your ladybugs.

  4. Draw a curved line on your paper template for the ladybug's head (see photo). The shape will resemble a football. Cut it out and use it as a template to cut how ever many heads you need for your ladybugs using black felt.

  5. Glue the colored felt circles to the CD/DVDs; then glue the black felt head pieces on top of the colored circles.

  6. Use a round sponge applicator dipped in black paint to add spots to the colored felt on each ladybug.

  7. Glue on googly eyes to the black ladybug heads.
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These are great for decorating your walls in your room. You could do a whole ladybug theme! What fun!



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