Print out this cute budgie lacing card for a bird or pet theme. Fun for little hands! Punch holes around the edges and either sew or lace with a shoelace or wool. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
Bird Lacing Cards
We've got some really cute and funny bird lacing cards here. All you need to do is print, punch and lace! If you can laminate before punching, your lacing cards will last longer and can be used repeatedly but it isn't strictly necessary. Scroll down for penguins and puffins, blue birds and geese and roosters and all sorts!
I love this lacing card and I think the kids will too! It's perfect for spring, Easter or perhaps a farmyard theme - but cute enough to have a go at year round...
Perfect for spring or for a farmyard theme, this pretty duckling lacing card makes a fun lacing or sewing activity for little children. Laminate for extra strength and if you wish to reuse.
Lacing is a great introduction to sewing and a fun way to build up hand strength and fine motor control. This duckling face lacing card will delight young children (and adults too). And with its simple outlines, it is a perfect one for beginners...
Cut out this proud looking eagle (you can simplify the edge of the wings and feet) and punch holes atound the edge to make your own eagle lacing card.
Simple outlines make this cute little chick a perfect lacing activity for younger kids. Use yellow or orange wool and let the kids "sew" all around the edges. For older children, you could punch holes on the heart-shaped wing for them to outline, too.
Why not give this goose lacing card a go. Punch holes around the outline to make it as easy or difficult as you would like. Follow the instructions on the page and laminate the finished product if you need it to be more hardwearing.
Our wise cartoon owl makes a lovely lacing card for younger children. Just print, cut out and punch.. Laminate if you wish to reuse.
Lacing is both fun and an excellent way to build up important fine motor skills. This parrot lacing card is great for a tropical or pirate theme...
Peacocks are the national bird of India and this peacock lacing card would be a fun addition to an India or Diwali project. Print on to card, cut out and punch holes around the outside to let children practice their sewing skills.
Follow the simple instructions on the page to make this very cute penguin lacing card. For all you penguin lovers, check out our alternative lacing cards featuring these adorable birds.
Lacing cards are a great way to increase fine motor skills. The outline of this cheeky penguin has a few more twists and turns than some, which makes it great for children ready for more of a challenge.
The bright coloured bills make puffins my favourite bird. This puffin lacing card would look nice with red or yellow lacing to match the bill. It might be easier to cut away the tufty feathers on his head when cutting out the outline of the bird.
Print out this cute rooster onto card, cut out, then punch holes evenly around the edges for the children to lace or sew. Laminate if you would like to reuse the card.
Perfect for younger children with its simple outlines, this rooster lacing card takes only moments to prepare but is great for fine motor skills - and fun too!
This pretty little blue bird lacing card - very spring-like! - is perfectly sized for younger children's hands. Print onto card, cut out, and laminate if at all possible. Then punch small holes evenly around the edges ready for the kids to lace or sew.