By Mary Ayres
Woodsies™ ½” teardrop and craft spoon
pony beads – approximately 39 yellow
chenille stem – black and two 7mm wiggly eyes
- Delta Ceramcoat®
acrylic paint – light green, orange, purple
- Fine tip black marker
- Paint brushes
- Plastic knife
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1. Slice off ½”
from ball with a plastic knife.
2. Dry brush ball with orange paint. Let dry. Using purple
paint, dry brush a large swirl on ball beginning at bottom
edge of ball.
3. Put a dab of glue on the bottom of each pony bead and press
into Styrofoam® around swirl, beginning at the bottom
of the swirl.
4. Paint the craft stick and teardrop green. Let dry. Using
purple paint, dry brush cheeks for the snails face and the
tip of the tail (teardrop). Draw mouth with a black marker.
Glue wiggly eyes in place. Let dry.
5. Press small end of craft spoon head into bottom ride side
of snail body. Press rounded end of teardrop tail in bottom
of left side of body. Cut chenille stem in half. Using only
half, bend stem to form antennae and glue in place.
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