Taking inspiration from our CD Moving Picture Puzzles, we recently had a lot of fun making funny faces with our CD Making Faces Craft!
Our CD Making Faces Craft is great for a laugh or on-the-go! If you’re going on a road trip, waiting in a restaurant, or anywhere little hands need to keep busy.
These CD Moving Making Faces consist of 3 layers of white cardstock circles held together in the center of an old CD with a brass fastener. We traced 3 different sized circles, starting with the CD. The next sized circle was made by tracing around a roll of tape, then the smallest is a spice bottle. Really, it’s whatever you can find lying around that works. Draw eyes, noses, and mouths in pencil first, then use markers to color in. Finally, put them all together with a brass fastener. Finish by adding assorted color construction paper hair around the top of the CD.
- old CD
- white cardstock
- construction paper, assorted colors
- brass fasteners
First, trace the diameter of the CD onto a piece of white cardstock. Make 2 other circles, each decreasingly smaller. Around the top of each circle, begin creating sets of eyes, noses, and mouths. Color in and cut out. Glue a scrap piece of cardstock onto the center of the CD and punch a small hole in the center.
Stack the circles on top of one another and punch a hole in the center. Insert a brass fastener through the circles and the hole in the center of the CD.
Create different colors and styles of hair. Glue around the top of the CD.
Move the circles around to make a variety of different faces. What funny faces can you create today? Be sure to check out our other repurposed CD craft ideas at Our Kid Things!