See If You Can Spot the Imposter In These Among Us-Inspired Crafts
Someone call an emergency meeting quick: We gotta talk about how cool these Among Us crafts are.
Margo Gothelf · 13 days ago
Miss Tricks Mix Crafts and DIY
If you love Among Us, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re new to the game, get ready to become obsessed. Check out the list of assigned tasks below to make these crafts. Just don’t call an emergency meeting when you have glue all over the place!
Among Us Cardboard Rolls
Gather your crewmates and see if you can spot the imposter within these cardboard roll Among Us characters. Head on over to Artsy Crafty Mom, where you’ll see all the task assignments needed to make the adorable characters. Don't forget to customize each member! Here you’ll find examples like a crown or an egg hat, but feel free to create any design that you can find in the game, such as an astronaut helmet or a flowerpot hat. Need some inspiration? You can find the full list of hat ideas here.
Among Us Felt Pencil Toppers
Practice your next adventure with your crewmates in The Skeld with these DIY felt pencil toppers. The little toppers will help you propel through all your tasks, hopefully without getting caught. Find the printable template and all of the instructions for these felt pencil toppers over on Sustain My Craft Habit.
Among Us Bookmarks
As a Crewmate, you're always on the lookout for suss behaviors... Get a little help discovering that Imposter with these Among Us-themed bookmarks. The little Crewmates sit at the edge of the pages in your book, making sure not to miss a beat. Just hope that they don’t call an emergency meeting when you reach the exciting part of the book. Check out how to make the bookmarks over on Red Ted Art.
Among Us LEGO Building Challenge
Give your Legos a new spin with these Among Us Lego characters. Check out Tiago Catarino's YouTube video where you’ll find a step-by-step tutorial on how to make crewmates from Legos — and see if you can rebuild rooms from The Skeld in Lego as well. Recreate the Medbay or O2 and have your crewmates practice their tasks, all without getting caught.
Among Us Origami Crewmates
Learn how to make your favorite crewmates out of origami in this quick video tutorial. Grab your favorite color origami paper and hit play on the video by Gary Easy Origami. Follow along fold-by-fold and see how you can quickly transform a small sheet of paper into your favorite Among Us character. Don’t stop at just one character either. Replay the video and practice your origami folds to gather a whole set of Crewmates and Imposters.
Among Us Crewmate Plushie
It might be time to call an emergency meeting to talk about how cute these Among Us plushies are! To make these plushies, pick out your favorite color crewmate, gather your supplies, and print out the free pattern from Hello Sewing. This craft project is perfect for the Among Us obsessed tween who wants a more challenging craft. Once they've mastered the Crewmates, complete the plushie set with an Imposter.
Among Us Mini Notebooks
Keep track of all of your tasks to complete aboard The Skeld with this mini Among Us notebook. The notebook is shaped just like your favorite Crewmates and Imposters. The best part about this craft? You probably already have all of the supplies at home, and it only takes about 15 minutes to complete, giving you even more time for another round of Among Us. Check out all of the details on Red Ted Art.
Among Us Crewmate Drawing Tutorial
The detailed drawing tutorial for Among Us crewmates over on Art Projects For Kids makes it super easy to create your own crewmate artwork. Follow along step-by-step to get the perfect outline and then customize your crewmate any way you would like. Take the project a step further by adding in different shades of the same color to give your crewmates a two-toned look and an upgrade to their classic uniform.
Among Us Crewmate Felt Keychain
Cutest task ever: Completing this crewmate felt keychain craft. This tiny keychain is the perfect way to take your crewmates with you wherever you go. To make the little keychain, you’ll need some basic sewing materials, felt, and a key ring. Once you’ve got your materials ready, head on over to Miss Tricks Mix Crafts and DIY YouTube page where you can follow along and watch her step-by-step tutorial.
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