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Craft bowls

Craft bowls

Craft bowls.
Work your fingers out and up to make the sides of the how] thinner.
When the howl is shaped as you want it, smooth the inside and the outside.
You can stick a thin roll of clay to the outside of the howl for a handle.

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Crafts zoo animals

Crafts zoo animals

AN ELEPHANT
pieces from this for the legs. Stick them on the body. The rest of the sausage shape is the trunk. Stick it on the head.
Smooth the clay where the pieces are attached to each other.
Two tiny balls can be rolled out to make tusks. Mark the eyes with a pointed stick.

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Crafts zoo animals

Crafts zoo animals

HOW TO MOLD
To make an elephant:
Roll two big balls, one for the body and the other for the trunk and the legs.
Roll three smaller balls, all the same size, for the head and the two ears. Flatten the two balls for the ears, and stick them on the head. Stick head to body.
Roll the ball for the trunk and the legs into a sausage shape. Rreak four short

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Craft projects for kids

Craft projects for kids

Mold a Penguin
Stick the head on top of the body.
Flatten the other two halls until they are shaped like the two wings in the picture. Stick the wings on the body.
Roll two smaller balls for the feet, and flatten them. Stick them in place.
A tiny hall can be pointed to make a beak. Stick it in the middle of the face.
Smooth the clay where the pieces are stuck to each other so that the lines where they join do not show.
Use a pointed stick to make dents for the eyes.

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Printable crafts for kids

Printable crafts for kids

Now roll the can over a sheet of paper, and the rope will print the shapes. Roll the can in the paint each time hefore you roll it over the paper. You can print the design as manv times as von wish.
Try making other designs with felt or wool cutouts.

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Printable kids crafts

Printable kids crafts

Twist rope around the can and glue it in place. See Picture. You might wish to cut the rope into a number of pieces and glue each one to the can. Yon can twist each piece to whatever shape you wish hefore von glue it in place.
Make sure that the glue is dry hefore you begin printing with the can roller.
I’ut some tempera or poster paint in the pie tin. Koll the can in the paint. The paint will stick to the rope, but not to the can.

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Paper printable crafts

Paper printable crafts

PRINTING WITH TIN CANS
a tin can
tempera or poster paint
rope
a pie tin or a deep plate
glue
tape
paper
Out of a tiu can you can make a roller that prints. It will make fine designs on paper for gift wrapping.
Cover the jagged edge at the open end of the can with tape to protect yourself from cuts.

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Print with Other Things

Print with Other Things

Print with Other Things
Another kind of potato printer can be made by leaving the picture flat and cutting away everything but the picture. Now when you put paint on the potato, only the picture will print.
You can use each half of the potato for a different kind of potato printer.
Try printing with different-sized corks, spools, bottle caps, erasers, and other things.

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Learn to draw cartoons

Learn to draw cartoons

Print Simple Shapes First
Cover the flat side of the potato witli poster paint. Push it against the paper to make it print.
You can print the picture as many times as you wish, if you cover the potato with paint before each printing.

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Learning how to draw

Learning how to draw

Learning how to draw Printing with Potatoes
Materials
a large potato
a paring knife
paper
poster paints
Cut a potato in hall.
Mark a square, a circle, a diamond, an “x”. or some other simple picture on the flat side ol one ol the halves. II you draw a letter ol the alphabet, make it backward so that it will print right.
Cut away some of the potato inside your design. See Picture. Now when you put paint on the potato, only the Hal edge around the design will print.

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