No llama drama here—just a galloping good time! Make one or a family of llamas with this easy paper plate craft for kids.
Cut paper plate in half.
On one half, outline head, legs, and tail in pencil. Cut out.
Glue head, legs, and tail to back of other paper plate half, rounded side down.
Paint llama in your favourite colour. Dry 1–2 hours.
Cut piece of cardstock into a half circle. Glue to llama body.
Add accents with markers and glitter glue. Dry all glue steps for 2 hours.
Create one or a family of llamas for play or display!
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