Kung Fu Panda Puzzles
I’ll admit it, I was a lover of cartoon movies long before being a mom. The husband and I don’t watch many movies but we have a small stash for cold days at home on the couch. I’d say about half of them are our favorite cartoons. Now that I am a mom I LOVE getting to snuggle with JDub and show him all the best there is of cartoons. One of the best is Kung Fu Panda, he’s hilarious and so lovable. What’s not to love?! Since Kung Fu Panda is hitting theaters next month we are doing a little crafting to celebrate.
JDub is in full toddler mode and is all about figuring things out, how they work, how they go together. Kung Fu Panda puzzles are the perfect activity for this preschooler.
Here is what you need for this craft:
Printed images (see link below)
Paper trimmer or scissors
After you have printed your images onto the white card stock you are going to want to trim off the excess paper. I used a paper trimmer, but you can easily use scissors as well.
After you have trimmed out the images you are going to turn them over and apply a coat of modge podge to the back of the page and lay the craft sticks down. Make sure to press firmly and place to as tight together as possible.
Set aside and allow to dry for a few minutes. After everything is dried, using an exacto knife gentely slice between the sticks to seperate each puzzle piece.
Now turn the puzzle pieces over and coat the front of each stick with a layer of Modge Podge. Allow to dry completely before playing with or storing.
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