Paper Plate Beach Scene

by Lynn Lilly, May 31 2021

Spending a day at the beach is a memorable one. So why not recreate one as decor for your room! Create an east Beach Paper Plate scene. This is what you’ll need to make this craft:

Project Difficulty: Beginner


  • Crayola Glue Stick
  • Crayola Liquid Glue
  • Crayola Glitter Glue
  • Crayola Washable Markers
  • Crayola Erasable Pencils
  • Crayola Crayons
  • Crayola Construction Paper
  • Crayola Bright Pop! Cardstock
  • Crayola Model Magic
  • Crayola Scissors
  • White Paper from the Washable Paint Set

Additional Supplies:

  • Paper Plate
  • Salt or Sugar
  • Pipe Cleaner
  • Pebbles


    1. On your paper plate, draw a wavy line for the water and color in. 
    2. On the other side of the plate, color the sand with orange or brown.
    3. Using the glue stick, rub glue all over the sand area. 
    4. Take your salt or sugar and cover the glue to make your sand. 
    5. Let the glue dry and shake off excess salt/sugar over a trash can.
    6. Get a small piece of your Model Magic and mold it into a rectangular shape. This will be the beach towel. Set aside.
    7. Use a marker to draw a patter on the beach towel. 
    8. Cut out a circle on your pattern cardstock paper. 
    9. Fold in half.
    10. Do an accordion fold and unfold when complete. 
    11. With a pencil, pierce a small hole into the center of the folded circle. 
    12. Take your pipe cleaner and go through the hole. 
    13. Cut the pipe cleaner to desired height to make your beach umbrella.
    14. Bend the bottom of the pipe cleaner and set aside. 
    15. Get a small piece of black Model Magic and mold into a triangular shape to make a shark/dolphin fin. Set aside. 
    16. Cut out fish shapes out of construction paper.  
    17. Glue the fish, fin, umbrella, and towel to your plate.  If have pebbles you can glue those on as well. Decorate with your glitter glue to add more fun! 
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