The Holly Elf Binoculars Craft is a perfect way for kids to keep busy during the holidays. Not only will they enjoy making these “Holly Elf Approved” binoculars, they can also assist her in spotting Santa, or other elves, when duty calls!
All crafting activities should be supervised by a grown up.
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2 Paper Tubes
Colored Paper (green, red, black, and yellow)
Directions to make Holly Elf Binoculars Craft:
1. Cover the two paper tubes with green colored paper.
2. Cut a small strip of red-colored paper and glue it at the tip of both paper tubes.
3. Glue the two paper tubes side-by-side.
4. Cut a black band using black paper and wrap it around the middle part of both paper tubes and glue together.
5. Cut a rectangular shape using yellow paper and glue it on top of the band to serve as an accent.
6. Punch holes on each side of the paper tube.
7. Tie both holes with yarn and your binoculars are now done!
Time to help Holly Elf find Santa and the elves when duty calls!
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