You will find two copies of each animal, one reversed. Cut out carefully and then glue back-to-back, sandwiching a length of thread between them for hanging.
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This astronaut photo frame makes a fun room decoration but is also a great way to give a photo - with a difference! I expect a grandparent or two might enjoy displaying this on the fridge.
Here's a bunny mobile to print, cut out and assemble with your kids - a fun activity for Easter. There are 8 different funny bunnies in total, but which one is the Easter bunny?
This pretty mobile is a fun cutting and sticking activity for children - perfect for a wet summer afternoon, perhaps! Cut out each pair of butterflies and then glue together, trapping a piece of thread behind them.
Here are two sizes of these fun car photo frames - such a fun way to display photos or your car mad kids! Each of the cars will take up to 3 photos. Print out onto white card or good quality white paper.
Here's the perfect mobile for children who love cats! Print out this 4-page pdf file. Cut out the shapes carefully, then match them up in pairs and glue them together back to back, sandwiching a length of fishing line or thread between them.
Print out this mobile of all the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Younger kids can cut out the animals using our simplified lines; older children might like to cut the real outlines. Glue the animals back to back, trapping a length of thread between them. Suspend and admire!
Print, colour, cut out and assemble this fun Christmas mobile, which includes a Christmas Tree, Father Christmas and other familiar Christmas things!
Make your own simple dog-themed door hanger with this printable. Print, cut out and fold in half and stick together, then cut out the circle - your doggy door hanger is ready to hang on your door handle!
If your child loves dogs they're bound to love this fun room sign. To make, simply print onto strong white paper or card, write their name (or ask an older sibling to write it for them) then laminate to make the sign stronger.
Use these fun printable door signs illustrated with a cow and a pig to decorate the children's room or the playroom. Just use a black marker to add a name, and laminate for durability if required.
The kids will love hanging these funny farm animal signs - Sheep Out! and Moo Entry! - on their door to remind friends and family that they want some privacy! Just print and laminate.
Print this delightful farm animal mobile for some cutting and sticking fun with the kids. Each animal has two versions - one reversed - so that you can stick them back to back, trapping a piece of thread in between from which to hang the animal.
This colourful fish mobile is a fun cutting and sticking activity for children. Cut out each matching pair of fish and then glue together, trapping a piece of thread behind them. Perfect as a nursery or playroom decoration!
Create your own personalised room sign with a fishy twist! Print onto some white paper or card, write your name then laminate.
This funny guinea pig is here to tell everyone that this room is yours! Print our room sign, cut out and laminate if you prefer, then hang on your door...
Print, cut out and glue these pretty hearts back to back, catching a thread between each pair, then suspend to make a lovely mobile for Valentine's Day.
Tell friends and family that you are "at home" to visitors with this fun snail door sign. Just print and hang up. Of course a snail is always "at home", as he carries his home on his back!
Is this door sign a little bit rude? I'm not sure - but it's fun, and the kids will love it! What better way to keep family out than by displaying a sign which says "buzz off", with this lovely bee illustration...
We hope children wil enjoy this cute "just flown out" door sign, which you can team with our other minibeast door signs so that the kids can keep the family informed as to their whereabouts and whether they want company or not!
We're just hanging out... so you are welcome here! Kids will enjoy this cheeky door sign, which just needs to be printed onto card and cut out. Laminate if you want, and punch two holes in the top for string so you can hang it from a door knob.
Just for fun - a silly door sign to print and display when you want some privacy! You could laminate it to make it last, and punch two holes in the top for string, so you can hang it from a door knob...
Here's a cutting and sticking activity for children which will result in a fun minibeast mobile to hang up on display. Just cut out each pair of images and glue them back to back, trapping a piece of thread in between. Then use one of our suggested methods of hanging them up.
You will find two copies of each of our five pretty pink animals, one of each animal reversed. Cut out carefully and then glue back-to-back, sandwiching a length of thread between them for hanging.
Fill in your child's name on this room sign - or better yet, ask your child or an older sibling to do so.
Cut out the tummy of this cute pink teddy and fill the space with a little photo. Cover the back of the photo with a small piece of card to hold in place. Cut out the teddy if you wish, and laminate.
The kids will love this cute rabbit room sign! It can be personalised with their name in black marker, then laminated to last longer if you prefer.
Kids will love to see their own faces peeking out from the window of this rocket photo frame! Print and cut out carefully along the outside edges, then use some tiny scissors or a craft knife to cut out the window. Glue a small picture of your child's face in the cut out area.
Here's a quick and easy snake mobile printable craft for kids - perfect for the Year of the Snake or to make during a snake or reptile project, perhaps. There are six snakes in total to cut out and stick back to back.
Choose one of these door signs for your space-mad kid and fill in your child's name - or better yet, ask your child or an older sibling to do so. Laminate and glue them back to back so that you can flip over, if you wish.
Enjoy this printable mobile with a space theme! You will find two copies of each item, one reversed. Cut out carefully and then glue back-to-back, sandwiching a length of thread between them for hanging.
Here's a fun way to personalise a bedroom door! Print and cut out this fun tortoise room sign, then write a name in the space provided. Laminate, then hang on the door!