paper plate ladybug craft

Ladybug Art And Craft : The Grouchy Ladybug


Are you looking for some creative and beautiful ideas for ladybug crafts? Check out this adorable paper plate ladybug craft that is perfect for kids of all ages. It is an adorable insect that your children will love to include ladybug in their crafts. In this blog post, we will dive into the elegance of ladybug crafts and explore more about them.

Paper plate ladybug crafts:

Here is an easy ladybug craft for kids and teenagers. So, let’s make the grouchy ladybug using a paper plate.

Materials needed:

1. Two white paper plates.

2. Red and black paint.

3. A  paintbrush.

4. Scissors.

5. Black paper.

6. Black pipe cleaner ( optional ).

7. Glue stick.

8. Googly eyes.

9. Single-hole punch.

10. One brad. ( we will also use a feeling circle you can create yourself if needed ).


1. Fill the feeling circle. Cut out the circle and set it aside. Paint one paper plate black and one paper plate red.  After the red paper plate has dried, paint some black circles onto it.

2. Cut out a black circle for the ladybug’s head from the black paper. Stick some googly eyes and black antennae. ( you can use a black pipe cleaner or black paper for making antennae ).

3. Glue the head to the top of your black paper plate. Glue the feeling circle to the center of the black pate.

4. Cut the red plate in half. Use a hole punch to punch a hole in the top of each red half.

5. Poke a hole right through the bottom of the ladybug’s head and black plate. (Line up the red wings to the black plate best before deciding where to poke the hole). Use a brad to attach the two wings to the body.

That’s it! You can now display your ladybug with the wings open or closed.


In conclusion, I want to say that the beauty of ladybug craft lies not in the final product but in the process also. Moreover, These crafts serve as educational tools and an appreciation for the balance of nature.

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