This DIY cardboard bubble tea project is a great summer craft for kids, allowing them to get creative while making their own bubble tea cups.
Did you know that there’s a National Bubble Tea Day celebrated every April 30?
To mark the occasion, my son and I engaged in a delightful crafting session, creating our own imaginative cardboard bubble tea. It was a joyous activity that not only allowed us to bond but also embraced the spirit of this popular beverage-themed celebration.
Crafting this bubble tea masterpiece is remarkably simple, requiring just cardboard and a set of vibrant oil pastels. The ease of the process ensures that even the youngest artists can join in the creative fun. With cardboard as the canvas and oil pastels as the magic wands, your little ones can unleash their imagination, transforming ordinary materials into a colorful and whimsical representation of everyone’s favorite beverage. Gather around, let the artistic adventure begin!
How to create a cardboard bubble tea:
- Recycled cardboard
- Oil pastels
- White marker
- Pencil and eraser
- Glue gun and stick
- Sketch a boba cup on the cardboard, then trace the cup’s outline with a white marker.
- Trim away the excess cardboard surrounding the cup.
- Cut out the milk tea (liquid) section and the straw from the cardboard, then add color using oil pastels.
- Cut small circles from the cardboard and use black oil pastel to add color to them.
- Attach the bubble tea pieces to the cup using glue.
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