Get creative with this fun collection of fifteen ladybug crafts that are all made with easy to find, common household items.
15 Ladybug Crafts
Can we all agree ladybug themed crafts are the cutest? They are simple enough for those little hands to put together and perfect to make after reading your favorite ladybug books. Make one, two or why not all?
Click on the link in the title of each photo to find the directions to make each ladybug project.
1. Potato Stamp Ladybugs from My Mommy Style
These potato stamp ladybugs are easy and fun to make. You use a potato as a stamp for the body of the ladybug and black finger paint for the heads and spots.
2. Paper Plate Ladybugs from My Mommy Style
With some red paint, a paper plate, black construction paper and goggle eyes, create this adorable ladybug craft.
3. Egg Carton Ladybugs from One Little Project
These egg carton ladybug crafts are really simple, but this project definitely requires some grown up help with young children.
4. Paper Plate Ladybug from Glued To My Crafts Blog
Needing something inexpensive and easy, this crafty ladybug plate is perfect for preschoolers.
5. Ladybug On A Leaf from Tippy Toe Crafts
Construction paper, pipe cleaners and google eyes brings this darling ladybug craft to life.
6. Grouchy Ladybugs from Finally in First
Gotta love the grouchy faces kids can make! What a fun craft to design while reading Eric Carle’s The Grouchy Ladybug.
7. 3-D Ladybugs from Crafty Morning
Check out these darling 3D paper ladybugs! Put them on a card or just hang them up for fun!
8. Footprint Ladybug from Crafty-Crafted
Capture how cute little feet and hands can create this silly ladybug. Watch out, it probably will tickle a little bit.
9. Eric Carle inspired Ladybug Craft from I Heart Crafty Things
This masterpiece uses watercolors with a bunch of different textures making it picture frame worthy!
10. Ladybug Sun Catchers from Here Come the Girls
Watch how the light shines through these oh-so-cheery ladybugs. Make these after reading the charming story Yoo Hoo Ladybug.
11. Ladybug Stones from Fireflies and Mud Pies
Whimsically tucked into garden beds, Ladybug Stones are guaranteed to invite smiles and creative play.
12. Toilet Paper Roll Ladybugs from Mamas Like Me
Love the green leaf with the kid’s name on these toilet paper roll lady bugs. Google eyes makes every thing fun!
13. Tissue Paper Ladybug from I Heart Crafty Things
Create lots of fun textures with the tissue paper on this ladybug craft. Preschoolers love to work with glue and tissue paper.
14. Heart Ladybug from Housing a Forest
Basic construction paper, scissors and glue will put this lovely ladybug together.
15. Cardboard Ladybug from Housing a Forest
If you’re like me, I always seem to have a left over cardboard box hanging around my home. The thinner the cardboard, the easier this ladybug will be to cut out.
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