Hedgehog Papercraft

This Hedgehog Papercraft is so fun and easy! It would be the perfect activity for a woodland-themed party or a week full of fun activities. Pair this with this cute red fox paper craft for even more fun! 

Hedgehog Papercraft

We live in a really busy time in life with crazy schedules and extracurricular activities. It is always great to sit down with your kids and do crafts with them.

As your kids participate in putting together this hedgehog, they will be able to use their imagination and see the hedgehog come to life. Crafts are always good for developing motor skills and kids can be confident in using their hands to be creative. 

Hedgehog Craft Activity

Your kids will love this Hedgehog papercraft! While there are some difficult crafts out there, this one is easy and won’t get discouraging even for young kids. This is perfect for young kids because there isn’t anything complicated about it and you can use the template to make it even easier. 

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How to Make a Hedgehog out of Paper

  • Select colored papers for the hedgehog craft. 
  • Trace the spiked pattern from a dark shade of brown paper. 
  • Trace the body on a lighter shade of brown paper, and the hands and nose on a slightly different shade of brown paper. 
  • Trace the inner ear parts on pink paper. 
  • Cut out the traced patterns nicely. 
brown paper cutout for papercraft hedgehog
  • Stick the inner ear patterns in the middle of the ear parts. 
  • Stick the nose pattern on the body pattern, in the middle and near the upper side. 
  • Stick the hand patterns on both sides of the body pattern. 
  • Apply glue along the outer edge only and keep the rest of the hand free.  
  • Trim the extra sides of the hand cut-out and align them with the body pattern outline. 
construction paper cut out of hedgehog papercraft
  • Stick the body pattern in the middle of the spiked (dark brown) pattern.  
gluing parts together for hedgehog papercraft
  • Use a sharpie to draw the eyes, nose and mouth of the hedgehog papercraft. 
  • Trace and cut out a heart shape from a colored paper of your choice.
  • Slide the heart pattern under the hands (optional). 
Complete papercraft of hedgehog

Crafts are a very important part of a child’s development. As your kids use their imagination to create and build they develop skills they will use throughout the rest of their life.

This craft is a great way to get away from electronics and promote a healthy mind. As the kids learn to put this animal together they are learning to listen to directions given.

More Woodland Themed Activities

Take a woodland adventure walk and find the things all around you. These things can include leaves, rocks, pine needles, flowers, etc. A great place to keep the things your child finds is in an old egg carton.

A great book my kids love to read is called Woodland Dreams. The book walks your child through saying goodnight to all the woodland animals. After a fun day of activities, this would be a great way to end it.

Go on a walk, hike, or drive in a nearby forest and see what woodland animals you can see.

Want to teach your kids about the sounds Woodland animals make? Find a video of an assortment of animals making sounds. 

 
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How Do I Print A PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFs. Adobe Acrobat is a great option. Open the program, click file then print. Select your printer and the number of copies you want to print. Be sure you click double-sided if you want it to print on both sides. 

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Hedgehog Papercraft

Hedgehog Papercraft

This Hedgehog Papercraft is so fun and easy! It would be the perfect activity for a woodland-themed party or a week full of fun activities. Pair this with this cute red fox paper craft for even more fun! 

Instructions

Select colored papers for the hedgehog craft. 

Trace the spiked pattern from a dark shade of brown paper. 

Trace the body on a lighter shade of brown paper, and the hands and nose on a slightly different shade of brown paper. 

Trace the inner ear parts on pink paper. 

Cut out the traced patterns nicely. 

Stick the inner ear patterns in the middle of the ear parts. 

Stick the nose pattern on the body pattern, in the middle and near the upper side.
 
Stick the hand patterns on both sides of the body pattern. 

Apply glue along the outer edge only and keep the rest of the hand free. 

Trim the extra sides of the hand cut-out and align them with the body pattern outline. 

Stick the body pattern in the middle of the spiked (dark brown) pattern.  

Use a sharpie to draw the eyes, nose, and mouth of the hedgehog papercraft. 

Trace and cut out a heart shape from a colored paper of your choice.

Slide the heart pattern under the hands (optional).

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