You’re The Tweetest Printable

Forgive me for my corniness, but I love puns and we think this craft is the absolute tweetest. With Mother’s Day and Father’s Days coming, this is a cute homemade card idea. Print out the free templates provided to color and decorate the pieces or use pretty patterned paper to form your tweet birdie.

You're the tweetest!! card with printable template. Cute idea for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Valentine's. Kid's arts & crafts ideas.

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What you will need:

 

You’re So Tweet Printable

You’re The Tweetest Printable

Markers, crayons, colored pencils, paints or gel pens

Scrapbook paper

Construction paper

Glue stick

 

Print out one of our printable templates.

Cut out the pieces and use them as a template to trace onto pretty pieces of scrapbook paper and then cut them out or color in the pieces and design your own patterns with the art materials of your choice.

Glue your pieces to a piece of construction paper to form your tweet little birdie. Draw in the bird’s feet, a branch, a nest or any other background that you choose.

Cute and easy peasy!!

You're the tweetest!! card with printable template. Cute idea for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Valentine's. Kid's arts & crafts ideas.

You're the tweetest!! card with printable template. Cute idea for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Valentine's. Kid's arts & crafts ideas.

You're the tweetest!! card with printable template. Cute idea for Mother's Day, Father's Day or Valentine's. Kid's arts & crafts ideas.

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