Jack Skellington Face Craft With Free Template
The Nightmare Before Christmas is a great movie and today we are sharing this super fun Jack Skellington Mickey head craft. I think this is a fantastic paper craft and it can make a great decoration and ornament for your Christmas Tree.
If you’d like to make your own Jack Skellington ornament then this is the tutorial for you. It’s easy, simple and very straight forward to make. Enjoy.
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Who Is Jack Skellington?
Jack Skellington is a character in Disney’s movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas. Jack wants to create his own Christmas in Halloween Town and sets about on a quest to do so. The movie is great fun for kids and there are lots of fun characters in the story.
Supplies Needed for This Jack Skellington Craft
How to Make This Jack Skellington Craft
Download and print out the Jack Skellington face template.
Pay close attention to the colors the PDF instructs you to print each page on.
Start assembling Jack by gluing the ears behind the face and the bat onto the bottom of the face.
arefully add white glue to the areas you’d like to glitter. Add glitter and shake off excess. If glitter is not your thing, you can absolutely leave this part out of the process.
Cut a small bit of ribbon, thread or twine and loop it. Glue this behind Jack Skellington’s head.
If you’d like to cover the glued ribbon, simply add a circle the same colour as Jack to the back.
Your ornament is done and ready for your Christmas tree! You can also make prints of your art if you want to!
Download Your Jack Skellington Mickey Ears Template Here!
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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy crafts here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!