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Beauty And The Beast Cogsworth Clock Craft

Beauty and the beast paper plate Craft idea for Kids

Beauty And The Beast Cogsworth Clock Craft

Beauty And The Beast was a huge hit last week at the box office and my husband and daughter said it was a brilliant and amazing movie. I can’t wait to be well enough to go see it myself. I’ve always been a huge fan of Disney’s Beauty And The Beast and today we have a fantastic tutorial to share on the blog. I hope you like it.

 

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What You Will Need

1 large white paper plate
Construction paper: red, yellow, black and white
Flesh coloured paint
Paintbrush

Scissors
Glue stick
Single hole punch
1 red pipe cleaner
1 black marker

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Let’s Make It

Paint the entire front of the paper plate with the flesh-coloured paint.

Set aside for 30 minutes to dry.

From the white piece of construction paper, cut out the 2 oval eyes, approximately 2 1/2 inches long by 1 3/4 inches wide.  Set aside.

From the black construction paper, cut out 2 eyebrows that are about 1 1/2 inches across.  Cut out 2 pupils for the eyes, approximately 1 inch long.  Set aside the black paper for later use.

Apply glue to the back of the eyebrows and place in the middle of the paper plate, up at the top.

With a glue stick, glue the pupils onto the white eyes, towards the inner bottom of each eye.  Apply glue to the back of each eye and place directly under the eyebrows.

With the yellow construction paper, cut out a 2 inch diameter circle for the nose.   Apply glue to the back of the nose and place on the plate, directly under the eyes. Set aside the remaining yellow paper for later.

From the leftover black construction paper, cut out 2 thin strips for the clock hands. Strip #1 should be about 2 inches long and strip #2 about 1 1/2 inches long.

Apply glue to the back of the longer strip hand. Place on the plate with one end touching the bottom left side of the nose, pointing to the 7 o’clock position.

Apply glue to the shorter clock hand. Place on the plate with one end touching the bottom right side of the nose, pointing to the 4 o’clock position.

With the black marker, draw an arrow tip at the end of each clock hand.  Draw an arrow tip at the 3 o’clock and 9 o’clock positions.

Cut out a 1 1/2 inch diameter circle for the mouth from the red construction paper. Apply glue to the back of the mouth and place it on the paper plate towards the bottom of the plate, in between the clock hands.

Also, from the red construction paper, cut out a shape (4 1/2 inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide) that resembles a sombrero hat. Cut out the same shape, only smaller, from the yellow paper.  Turn the “hats” upside down and glue the small yellow one on top of the red one.  Apply glue to the back of the red piece and place it at the bottom of the plate, directly in the middle.

Cut out 3 oval shapes (one large and two small) from the leftover yellow construction paper.  Make the large one 3 inches long and the two small ovals 2 inches long.  Cut off one end of each piece so that it’s flat.  Glue the large piece up at the top of the plate, directly in the middle with the flat side on the bottom. Glue the smaller pieces on each side of the large one with the flat sides on the bottom.

With the single hole punch, punch a hole at the top of the paper plate, on each side of the small yellow ovals.

Thread the red pipe cleaner from the back of the plate and through both holes. Pull the pipe cleaner until it rests on top of the 2 small oval shapes.

Bend about an inch of both ends of the pipe cleaner several times.  Apply glue to the back of each end and press against the paper plate.

 ENJOY!

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50 Comments

  1. This is truly brilliant. We are off to see the movie on Sunday, so providing my daughter loves it, which I’m sure she will, we can come back and make this

  2. This is adorable, and the easy-to-follow instructions are a win!
    We haven’t watched the 2017 version yet either but watched the OG (1991 version) just last weekend! Absolutely adore Beauty & the Beast.

    Enjoyed this cute tutorial! xx

  3. What a cute idea and totally doable for little ones! This is one of my favourite films too (although I have not seen the new release yet)… but i would love this craft even if it wasn’t after the movie theme. I love clocks or its early learning opportunities ; P

  4. What a fun craft idea for the kids! It’s so nice that it’s Cogsworth too, I love him! I’m sure that this craft will keep the kids busy for quite some time as well.

    1. Yes a fun activity for everyone. We love Disney and making activities from our interests is a great way to learn and build new skills.

  5. Wow, this is a great craft idea to do during spring break. It can help keep the kids busy. I will definitely add this to craft ideas for kids. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Oh my gosh, the kids would have a great time making this. I’ll have to add it to my to do list for spring break.

  7. I’ve watched it and I find the animation and music amazing. I love your craft! I’m sure my niece will like it too.

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