How to Make Paper Claws

Learn how to make paper claws with this easy tutorial from Clara, age 13! This is such a fun boredom buster or rainy day craft for kids. Perfect for pretend play or fold up a full set for dress-up! Scroll down for step-by-step directions using a sheet of letter-sized paper (8 inches x 11 inches). No scissors or glue are needed.

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How to Make Paper Claws

Paper Claws – Materials Needed:

First, gather your materials. For this project, you will need:

Paper Claws Step by Step Video Tutorial

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  • Before attempting, watch the full video at least once.
  • Go slowly.
  • Remember, you can pause or rewind the video.

Have fun crafting!

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