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Hatching Dinosaur Paper Craft

Are you ready to make baby paper dinosaurs? Have fun making hatching dinosaur paper crafts. Very easy to assemble and fun to play.

Hatched Dinosaur Paper Model

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We love making different animals for kids, so we’re sure these hatching dinosaurs will put a smile on their faces.

We also have many dinosaur coloring pages for all kids who love these ancient giants and we have prepared an easy-to-follow tutorial for them if they want to learn how to draw dinosaurs on their own.

Remember the awesome hatching chicks we made for Easter?

Dinosaur Hatching Paper Craft

Well, everyone loved it. We got a lot of praise for this project, so we decided to surprise you with another creature that hatches from an egg.

Hatched Dinosaur Paper Model

This time there is an adorable baby dinosaur inside the egg, waiting to wake up.

Dinosaur Craft Hatch

It is a very simple project that can be completed in just a few steps and you already have all the materials you need to do it.

Paper dinosaur coming out of an egg

Start creating right now. I know a lot of people like dinosaurs.

How to make paper crafts with hatching dinosaurs

What you need:

  • Light green cardboard (or any color you like)
  • brown cardboard
  • dark blue confetti
  • sky blue confetti
  • black marker
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • glue
  • split pin
  • paper eye

material

step-by-step instructions

Draw an egg shape on a green card.

I have included the dimensions so you can see the size of the egg shape.

Stage 1

Cut out the egg shape.

Step 2

Take a pencil and draw a line in the center of the egg.

Step 3

Cut the cracks and cut the eggs in half.

Step 4

Secure the halves with cotter pins.

Step 5

Make sure the eggs open and close properly.

Step 6

Draw oval shapes and circles on brown cardboard.

You don’t have to be perfect.

Step 7

Cut out oval shapes and circles.

Step 8

Glue the eggs as shown in the picture.

Step 9

Cut off the extra brown paper sticking out of the egg.

Step 10

great. The mechanism just worked!

Step 11

Draw a dinosaur shape on paper in dark blue paint.

Step 12

Cut with scissors.

Step 13

Draw the dinosaur’s head and snout on light blue paper and add spikes to the head.

Step 14

You can see the traced part more clearly here.

Step 15

Finally, the head is cut off and the snout is also cut off.

Step 16

Glue it to the shape of a dinosaur.

You need to attach the headboard to the back of the dinosaur. Attach the snout to the front of the dinosaur.

Step 17

Glue paper eyes to it.

Step 18

Using a black marker, draw two nostrils on the snout.

Step 19

Also draw a small round mouth.

Step 20

Attach the dinosaur to the egg.

Step 21

The only protruding parts are the head and muzzle.

Step 22

Perfect!

DIY Dinosaur Hatching Paper Craft

Every time we open an egg we are really happy.

DIY dino hatching from egg paper craft

We have found that these projects always make us smile and brighten up our day.

DIY Dino Hatching Paper Craft

You love them too and I hope they can fill your day with joy.

dino in egg papercraft

Isn’t it cute?

That’s it for today.

DIY Hatch Dinosaur Paper Craft

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Hatching Dinosaur Paper Craft

Ready to make your baby paper dinosaur? Have fun making a hatching dinosaur paper craft; it’s super easy to assemble and fun to play.

*This post contains affiliate links*
As we love to do different animal crafts for kids, we are sure this hatching dino will bring smiles to your students’ faces.
We also have lots of dinosaur coloring pages for all the kids who love these ancient giants, and if they want to learn how to draw a dinosaur on their own, we’ve prepared an easy-to-follow tutorial.
Do you remember the fabulous hatching chick we made for Easter?

Well, everyone loved it – we got a lot of compliments for this project, and that’s why we decided to surprise you with another creature hatching from an egg.

This time we have an adorable baby dinosaur inside the egg, waiting for it to crack open.

It’s a very easy project to put together, with few steps to follow and we bet you already have all the necessary materials for it.

Get straight into crafting with us guys; we know many of you love dinosaurs.
How to make a paper craft with a hatching dinosaur
What do you need:
pale green card stock (or any color of your choice)
brown card stock
dark blue colored paper
light blue colored paper
black marker
pencil
the scissors
glue
Cotter pin
paper eyes

Step by step tutorial
On the green card stock, draw an egg shape.
We have provided dimensions so you can see the size of the egg shape.

Cut out the egg shape.

Take the pencil and draw a crack in the middle of the egg.

Cut through the crack and split the egg in half.

Secure the halves together with a cotter pin.

Check if the egg opens and closes properly.

On the brown card stock, draw oval shapes and circles.
They don’t have to be perfect.

Cut out oval shapes and circles.

Glue them to the egg as shown.

Trim the excess brown paper that protrudes from the egg.

Great, you just made the mechanism work!

On the dark blue color, draw a dinosaur shape on paper.

Cut it out with your scissors.

Trace the head and snout of the dinosaur onto the light blue colored paper and add some spikes on the head.

Here you can see the traced parts more clearly.

Cut out the head with the tips and also cut out the muzzle.

Glue them onto the dinosaur shape.
You need to glue the head part to the back of the dino. Be sure to glue the muzzle to the front of the dinosaur.

Glue the paper eyes on it.

Draw two nostrils on the muzzle with the black marker.

Also draw a small circular mouth.

Glue the dinosaur inside the egg.

The only parts sticking out should be the head and muzzle.

Finished!

Every time we open the egg, we become really happy.

We have noticed that these projects always make us smile and brighten our days.

I hope you love them too and that they will fill your days with joy.

Isn’t that cute?
That’s all for today.

Stay tuned for more!

Get your hatching dinosaur paper craft model here

Unlock VIP Printables – Become a Member

Become an Easy Peasy and Fun Membership and access our exclusive crafting patterns and educational printables. With brand new resources added every week, you’ll never run out of fun things to do with your kids (whether as a parent or as a teacher).

#Hatching #Dinosaur #Paper #Craft

Hatching Dinosaur Paper Craft

Ready to make your baby paper dinosaur? Have fun making a hatching dinosaur paper craft; it’s super easy to assemble and fun to play.

*This post contains affiliate links*
As we love to do different animal crafts for kids, we are sure this hatching dino will bring smiles to your students’ faces.
We also have lots of dinosaur coloring pages for all the kids who love these ancient giants, and if they want to learn how to draw a dinosaur on their own, we’ve prepared an easy-to-follow tutorial.
Do you remember the fabulous hatching chick we made for Easter?

Well, everyone loved it – we got a lot of compliments for this project, and that’s why we decided to surprise you with another creature hatching from an egg.

This time we have an adorable baby dinosaur inside the egg, waiting for it to crack open.

It’s a very easy project to put together, with few steps to follow and we bet you already have all the necessary materials for it.

Get straight into crafting with us guys; we know many of you love dinosaurs.
How to make a paper craft with a hatching dinosaur
What do you need:
pale green card stock (or any color of your choice)
brown card stock
dark blue colored paper
light blue colored paper
black marker
pencil
the scissors
glue
Cotter pin
paper eyes

Step by step tutorial
On the green card stock, draw an egg shape.
We have provided dimensions so you can see the size of the egg shape.

Cut out the egg shape.

Take the pencil and draw a crack in the middle of the egg.

Cut through the crack and split the egg in half.

Secure the halves together with a cotter pin.

Check if the egg opens and closes properly.

On the brown card stock, draw oval shapes and circles.
They don’t have to be perfect.

Cut out oval shapes and circles.

Glue them to the egg as shown.

Trim the excess brown paper that protrudes from the egg.

Great, you just made the mechanism work!

On the dark blue color, draw a dinosaur shape on paper.

Cut it out with your scissors.

Trace the head and snout of the dinosaur onto the light blue colored paper and add some spikes on the head.

Here you can see the traced parts more clearly.

Cut out the head with the tips and also cut out the muzzle.

Glue them onto the dinosaur shape.
You need to glue the head part to the back of the dino. Be sure to glue the muzzle to the front of the dinosaur.

Glue the paper eyes on it.

Draw two nostrils on the muzzle with the black marker.

Also draw a small circular mouth.

Glue the dinosaur inside the egg.

The only parts sticking out should be the head and muzzle.

Finished!

Every time we open the egg, we become really happy.

We have noticed that these projects always make us smile and brighten our days.

I hope you love them too and that they will fill your days with joy.

Isn’t that cute?
That’s all for today.

Stay tuned for more!

Get your hatching dinosaur paper craft model here

Unlock VIP Printables – Become a Member

Become an Easy Peasy and Fun Membership and access our exclusive crafting patterns and educational printables. With brand new resources added every week, you’ll never run out of fun things to do with your kids (whether as a parent or as a teacher).

#Hatching #Dinosaur #Paper #Craft


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