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Step-by-Step Paper Monsters Craft for Kids

Super cute quilled paper monsters craft for kids.

Step-by-Step Quilled Paper Monsters Craft for Kids

If your children love to craft, they will love this quilled paper monsters craft for kids! While you might think they look intricate, they’re actually really simple to make.

Plus, the best part is that you can customize them in any way that you’d like. Spooky, funny, silly–whatever you can imagine.

This not only makes a perfect Halloween craft but, it’s great all-year-long because monsters are just awesome! If you like this craft, you’re gonna love these other adorable crafts.

Grab the kids and make this Halloween Mummy Craft for Kids, Bat Treat Bag, and this fun Jack O’ Lantern Treat Bag.

For now, read on for the step-by-step guide to make these cute and silly monsters!

A group of supplies like glue, scissors, paper, and googly eyes are shown.

List of Supplies:

  1. Quilling paper strips
  2. Craft paper
  3. Googly eyes
  4. Craft Glue
  5. Slotted quilling tool (optional)
  6. Scissors

A piece of yellow paper is tightly coiled around a quilling tool.

Step 1:

Take a long piece of quilling strip, about 20 inches should do. Use the slotted quilling tool to coil the whole strip or you can also do it by free hand.

Yellow paper quilled.

Step 2:

Take out the coiled strip from the tool and allow the coil to loosen up by itself.

Quilled paper roll glued onto another piece of yellow paper.

Step 3:

Take a piece of coloured (same colour as the strip) craft paper and use craft glue to trace a circular outline on it. Apply glue inside the outline as well.

The size of the circular outline should be the same as the size of the loose coil prepared in step 2. Place the loose coil on the glued area of the craft paper.

After gluing the coil onto the paper, cut the excess around the edges.

Step 4:

Carefully cut the craft paper all around the loose coils’ outer edge (the circular outline).

Googly eyes, black paper, and a cut out pink mouth are the next steps.

Step 5:

Cut out a mouth from pink craft paper; you can draw a thin border on the mouth shape if you want to. Select googly eyes for the monster; use 1 or 2 or 3 or as many eyes as you want. Take a 2 inches black coloured strip and create a tight coil with it.

Glue the mouth, eyes, and antenna onto the quilled monster. Have fun!

 Step 6:

Carefully cut the orange craft paper all around the coils’ outer edge.

The finish product of the Quilled Paper Monsters craft is finished.

Step 7:

Glue the mouth cut out on the loose coil prepared in step 4. Take the black coil and glue its open end on the outer edge of the loose coil. Finally, glue on the googly eyes. Make sure to allow the glue to dry entirely.

The Quilled Paper Monsters craft completed. Super adorable with googly eyes and antennas.

Make Your Little Monsters

Now that you have the step-by-step guide to making the cutest monsters, you’re all set. I personally love the double antennae look, you?

If you like this monsters craft for kids, you’re gonna love these other adorable crafts.

Grab the kids and make this Halloween Mummy Craft for Kids, Bat Treat Bag, and this fun Jack O’ Lantern Treat Bag.

Do your kids or students love monsters?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!

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57 Comments

  1. How cute are these? I am babysitting my nieces next weekend and I am sure they would love to make these monsters with me.

  2. EEk! How fun are these critters??? I love how simple they are but still look like you slaved for hours over them. Totally adorable and I love love love them.

  3. Going to have to show this to my daughter. She is always looking for new things like crafts to make with her kids on those rainy or long winter days. She will have to help the little one but the boys can do their own.

  4. Oh my gosh how cute is this! It is so simple to make that any one of my kids could make this. This would be a fun project to do for Halloween.

  5. These are so fun! My daughters used to quill loads and loads, we might even still have a bag full of rolled up paper! Paper quiling is so versatile to the imagination

  6. OK now these have to be the cutest little monsters just check them out!

    What a great idea for kids to make! So colourful as well.

  7. Oh, those are so cute! I think this would be the perfect way to help kids get over their fear of monsters too. Making these adorable little guys would show them monsters aren’t scary.

  8. This is so cute! I may have to try this with the kids. One of my goals is to be more creative and get them being more creative instead of just hanging out on the couch so much.

  9. How adorable are these?! These would be great to make with the little guys and put in their treat bags for school! Then all the kids could have one!

  10. Those are just the cutest monsters ever. My niece is so into craft so she is going to love those monsters. Thank you for the idea.

  11. these are so so cute! I love doing seasonal crafts with the kids and they would totally love this monster one!

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