Papercraft Stingray

Papercraft Stingray

Updated 5/13/22

Papercraft Stingray
Papercraft Stingray

"Take a look at these Papercraft Stingrays! This fun craft is the perfect project for your kids this summer. It is super simple to make and fully customizable. Your kids will love making their own unique creation by choosing different colors and decorating it with markers, sequins, or pompoms! All you really need is colored construction paper, scissors, glue, a sharpie, and a pencil. Our free template makes tracing and cutting out shapes even easier! Give it a try!"

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Construction paper
  • Craft glue
  • Sharpie
  • Pencil
  • Scissors


  1. Start by choosing your colors of construction paper. For this tutorial I used a light gray, a dark gray, and a dark blue. Once you have your sheets of paper, start tracing. On the dark gray paper, trace the body base, the head base, and the tail. Next, trace the spots on the light gray paper. Finally, trace the fin on the dark blue paper. You can cut the eyes directly from the template. Once everything has been traced, cut out all of the pieces nicely.

  2. Grab your glue and start assembling the pieces. First, glue the tail to the bottom of the body base (the bottom is the wider side). Then, glue the eyes to the top half of the HEAD BASE.

  3. Next, glue the fin at the point where the tail meets the body.

  4. Glue the light gray spots onto the head base in a close arrangement.

  5. Finally, glue the head base in the center of the body base. Make sure to align the top edges together. Finally, draw a smile above the eyes to complete your Papercraft Stingray.

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