Yellow buggy no punch backs! Who remembers playing that game? Hands up. In the winter, we don't see many buggies here, but in the summertime, they definitely come out of hiding.
I crafted up these cute little summer buggies, which make a fun kids craft because it uses a lot of basic shapes. It is also a fun way of teaching the punch buggy game and keeping the tradition going. I used craft punches to help me of course, but scissors will also work fine. (If you prefer, I always link up below where you can buy similar products!)
TOOLS & MATERIALS:
DIRECTIONS (FOR ONE BUGGY):
Punch a 3" circle for the car, and trim 3/4" from it. Discard the smaller piece.
Punch a 2 1/2" circle on grey paper and cut it in half with the paper trimmer. Then cut one of the halves in half again forming two identical shapes for the buggy's "windows". Make the "wheels" next as shown using the smaller punches.
Attach all the pieces to the buggy.
Finally, create the "headlight" and "taillight" with the 3/8" circle punch and secure them to the back of the car with tape.
Total project time: about 15 minutes for three buggies.
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Tomorrow, I wrap up the May Paper Craft Challenge with my final Father's Day kids idea. Wow, this month flew by quickly!