Paper Forest Cardboard Craft For Kids

Do you feel that sometimes your child needs an extra dose of natural surroundings—breathing in some fresh air, shades of greenery all around, and an atmosphere of serenity? If planning a trip seems out of the question, you can then bring the outdoor woods indoors with paper forest cardboard craft! That’s right! We’ll teach you how to create a beautiful study table décor that will take your child into the woods!

This paper forest cardboard craft will:

  • Teach your child about trees and forests
  • Boost your child’s creativity and confidence
  • Keep your child away from the TV/smartphone

Materials You’ll Need:
  1. Paper Plate
  2. Cotton
  3. Cardboard
  4. Coloured Sheets
  5. Toothpicks
  6. Glue
  7. A pair of scissors
  8. Sketch Pen
  9. Scale
Instructions for Paper Forest Cardboard Craft:
  1. Draw triangles on the cardboard
  2. Cut them out
  3. Draw parallel lines on different coloured sheets
  4. Cut them out into strips
  5. Glue different strips on the triangles
  6. Stick two toothpicks on to the triangles
  7. Flip a paper plate over and glue some cotton for a wintery effect.
  8. Insert the trees into the plate

Walk into a wintery forest of fir trees!

You can also decorate it with pebbles, animal figures, and trees of different shapes.

If your child enjoyed this activity, then he/she is sure to love our Wildlife Safari box—filled with hands-on activities on jungle life!

90% of a child’s permanent foundation for brain development occurs in the early years according to Rauch Foundation. An overuse of gadgets can only stunt this growth and cause a negative impact on the child’s overall development.
If your child is spending more time swiping and scrolling, instead of interaction with the real world, you need to act before it’s too late.
Find out if your child is being meaningfully and positively engaged by taking this simple quiz.


Gayathri breathes Harry Potter as much as she breathes air. Yes, a hardcore Potterhead! She loves to play with words, write goofy and humorous articles, dabble in art & craft activities, and crack terrible jokes. Having worked as a copywriter with an ad agency, she is currently a content writer at Flintobox!

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