Buzz Light Year Toy Story Template And Craft

Buzz Light Year Toy Story Template And Craft

When my daughter and I went to Disneyland one of the highlights was having our photo taken with Buzz Lightyear. Buzz happens to be one of my favourite toy story characters and today we have a free Buzz light year template.

If you love Disney and are a fan of the Toy Story movie, then you will love this Buzz Light Year Craft idea.

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Making Christmas Ornaments

One thing you can do at Christmas with the children is make easy Christmas Ornaments out of paper. Christmas decorations don’t have to be difficult to make and using this toy story template with the little ones can make creating your Buzz Lightyear Christmas decoration easy and fun! Enjoy!

Supplies Needed For This Buzz Light Year Craft

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How To Make Toy Story Ornaments : Buzz Lightyear

Download your Buzz Lightyear Toy story template and on the correct pieces of cardstock and print out.

Cut out all the pieces of Buzz lightyear and prepare to assemble the different pieces of paper.

Add the purple semi circle to the top part of the Mickey head and glue the green chest piece to the template. Add glue to the areas where you want to sprinkle glitter.

Next sprinkle glitter over the glue and shown in the photo below.

Glue the rest of the template and stick the green Mickey ears to the back of the head template.

How To Make Buzz Light Year Wings

Using the template create your Buzz Light year wings and use glue to add red and silver glitter as shown below.

Attach the wings to the back of the Mickey head and your buzz light year toy story template will be transformed into an awesome paper decoration.

You can also make more Disney and more Toy story themed paper crafts. We have plenty of tutorials and Mickey head templates available for you to download. Check them out!

So what do you think? This Christmas decoration is easy and simple and even better comes as a free download to save time when you’re super busy.

Don’t forget to download the Jessie Toy Story Craft template and the Woody Toy story ornament outline here!

Download Your Free Buzz Lightyear Template Here

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Buzz Light Year Toy Story Template And Craft

toy story buzz light year paper craft

This is a tutorial on how to make a buzz light year toy story.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Difficulty Easy

Materials

  • Coloured cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Black Sharpie Pen
  • Printer
  • Red, Gold, Purple, Blue, Gold Glitter
  • Laminator (Optional)

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

    Download your Buzz Lightyear Toy story template and on the correct pieces of cardstock and print out.

    Cut out all the pieces of Buzz lightyear and prepare to assemble the different pieces of paper.

    Add the purple semi circle to the top part of the Mickey head and glue the green chest piece to the template. Add glue to the areas where you want to sprinkle glitter.

    Next sprinkle glitter over the glue and shown in the photo below.

    Glue the rest of the template and stick the green Mickey ears to the back of the head template.

    HOW TO MAKE BUZZ LIGHT YEAR WINGS

    Using the template create your Buzz Light year wings and use glue to add red and silver glitter as shown below.

    Attach the wings to the back of the Mickey head and your buzz light year toy story template will be transformed into an awesome paper decoration.

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DISNEY TOY STORY ALIEN CRAFT

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Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.

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