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Paw Patrol Communicator Craft

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Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups Charged Up

The Paw Patrol are back and they are charged up! The new Paw Patrol: Mighty Pups Charged Up DVD is out now. Click HERE for all of the information you will need about this awesome DVD. In celebration, I put together a super fun DIY Paw Patrol Communicator Craft you can create with your kids. Make sure you check it out below!

Paw Patrol Mighty Pups Charged Up

Paw Patrol Communicator Craft

Let creativity abound and stay in communication with your friends and favorite stuffed animals with this DIY Paw Patrol inspired Wrist/Collar Communicator craft! This craft is great for repurposing toilet paper and paper towel rolls into a fun DIY toy. Below you will find a list of the supplies you will need along with directions on how to create your own DIY Paw Patrol inspired Wrist/Collar Communicators!

Paw Patrol

Supplies you will need:

  • DIY Paw Patrol Wrist/Collar Communicator Printable
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Crayons, colored pencils, markers, etc.
  • Toilet paper or Paper towel tubes
Paw Patrol Communicator Craft Supplies


Click the below button to download and print out the DIY Paw Patrol Wrist Communicator Printable, and color it. Have fun with it! After your done coloring cut them out.

Paw Patrol Communicator Craft
Click to download the communicator template

Take the cut-out wrist/collar communicators and trace out the form on the toilet paper or paper towel tubes, and cut a slit for the wrist. 1 toilet paper tube can produce 4 wrist communicators or 2 collar communicators. 1 paper towel tube can produce 10 wrist communicators or 6 collar communicators. (Collar communicators cut at an angle wrapped around the tube.)

Paw Patrol Communicator Craft Directions

The final step is to glue your wrist/collar communicators on to your cut-out toilet paper or paper towel tube pieces. Once dry the tubes will keep their curved shape and should stay on your wrist. (If you are having issues keeping the communicators on your wrist you can tape the two ends together.)

That’s it! You’re done! Who is your favorite Paw Patrol Character? How will you decorate/color your Paw Patrol Communicator?

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