By Sandy Laipply
you see the “helping hand” symbol on a project, it means
you may need adult supervision to do the project. Always use care
when using tools or a heat source. Be careful and safe!
- Walnut Hollow®
Wooden Frame 12.5” X 11” with a 5” x 7”
or Elmer’s® Foam Board
- Green, yellow,
and blue cardstock – ½ sheet each
Paintastics™ Paint Brush Pens – blue, green and black
Black Acrylic Paint
- Sponge brush
scissors or paper trimmer
mat and X-Acto® craft knife if using foam board
- If using a wooden
frame, paint it black. If using a foam board frame, have
an adult cut it to the correct size.
- Decorate cardstock.
Using the blue pen, make criss–cross strokes on lighter
- Using black
pen, put your initial in all directions on green cardstock.
Using the green pen, scribble on the yellow cardstock.
- Measure, mark,
and cut the decorated cardstock into 1” X 2”
- Lay rectangles
on the frame in a pleasing pattern.
- One at a time,
glue the rectangles in place.
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