Bumble Nums Craft

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Which is your favorite Bumble Num: Humble, Grumble or Stumble? Today we’ll make them all using paper plates. We’re going to paint, cut and glue. The best part is that once we’re done creating them we will be able to play with our characters. They will be able to move their arms and legs and we will have lots of fun playing together.

Stumble

Supplies:

  • Paper plate
  • Orange paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Orange cardstock paper: 2 shades (one to match the orange paint and one lighter)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Black marker
  • Circle punch
  • 2 Big googly eyes
  • Punch hole
  • 4 Brass paper fasteners

Start by painting the paper plate orange. While you wait for the paint to dry completely, use a pencil to draw Stumble’s belly on the light orange paper and his hair on the other orange paper. Cut everything out. Glue the belly at the bottom of the paper plate and the hair at the top, on the left side.

Now Stumble needs his big googly eyes. Draw his mouth and eyebrows with a black marker.

Draw the arms and legs on the orange paper and cut them out. You can use a circle punch to make the hands but if you don’t have one, look for a round little lid or cup. Glue the circles at one end of the arms and make a hole with the hole punch at the other end. The legs also need two holes, one at the top of each leg. Make 4 holes on the paper plate, where the arms and legs will be and attach them with the brass fasteners.

Grumble

Supplies:

  • Paper plate
  • Template
  • Blue aqua paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Blue aqua cardstock paper: 2 shades (one to match the paint and one lighter)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Black marker
  • Circle punch
  • 2 Big googly eyes
  • Punch hole
  • 4 Brass paper fasteners

Start by painting the paper plate blue aqua. While you wait for the paint to dry completely, use a pencil to draw Grumble’s belly on the light blue aqua paper and his hair on the other blue aqua paper that is matching the paint. Cut everything out.

Use the template vertically to cut out Grumble’s body.  Glue the belly at the bottom of the paper plate and the hair at the top, on both sides.

Glue on the big googly eyes.

You can use a circle punch to make the cheeks but if you don’t have one, look for a round little lid or cup.

Cut out the mouth from blue aqua paper and glue it under the eyes. Draw his mouth and eyebrows with a black marker.

Draw the arms and legs on the blue aqua paper and cut them out. Use the circle punch to make the hands. Glue the circles at one end of the arms and make a hole with the hole punch at the other end. The legs also need two holes, one at the top of each leg. Make 4 holes on the paper plate, where the arms and legs will be and attach them with the brass fasteners.

Humble

Supplies:

  • Paper plate
  • Template
  • Purple paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Purple  cardstock paper: 2 shades (one to match the paint and one lighter)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Black marker
  • Circle punch
  • 2 Big googly eyes
  • Punch hole
  • 4 Brass paper fasteners

Start by painting the paper plate purple. While you wait for paint to dry completely, use a pencil to draw Humble’s belly on the light purple paper and cut it out.

Use the template horizontally to cut out Humble’s body.  Glue the belly at the bottom of the paper plate.

Glue on the big googly eyes.

You can use a circle punch to make the cheeks but if you don’t have one, look for a round little lid or cup.

Draw his mouth and eyebrows with a black marker.

Draw the arms and legs on the purple paper and cut them out. Use the circle punch to make the hands. Glue the circles at one end of the arms and make a hole with the hole punch at the other end. The legs also need two holes, one at the top of each leg. Make 4 holes on the paper plate, where the arms and legs will be and attach them with the brass fasteners.

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Stef is the mom of 2 little boys and the blogger behind Non-Toy Gifts. Here she shares fun and simple crafts and activities for young kids.
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