Step by Step Procedure to make a Paper Aquarium

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Hi Moms,

As promised before, I have an easy craft for your little ones which was made using my new HP Deskjet Ink Advantage printer. It can be easily made for your kids science projects in school. All you need is a printer, some paper, glue, scissors and a cardboard box. You can use an old shoe box.

Step 1-Cut out the front face of a cardboard box.

Step 2- Draw the shape of an eye for the fish’s body and 2 hearts inside the same eye for the fins. And cut out both the shapes.


Step2- Print your favourite water background using the printer and stick it to the back of a cardboard box.


Step 3- Stick the hearts to the fishes body and tail, use a black circle for the eye. Now tie a string to the body of the fish making a hole with a punch.


Step 4- Make tiny holes on the top surface of the box and tie the strings with the fishes.

Step 5- Finallly you can decorate the aquarium with fancy stickers and add pebbles to make it look natural

Step 6- Cover the front face with a transparent sheet.


2 Simple steps will fetch you, your very own HP Deskjet Ink Advantage 3545 e-All-in-One Printer:
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◾Send a photo of any creative artwork or utility that you or your kids have made, using a printer to

Your creative work will be published on the blog, and the winner will be announced on 31st December 2014. Hurry and please pass the word to your friends.

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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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