by Julie McGuffee
- Paper maché
- Oil crayons - assorted colors
- White opaque marker or paint
- Wiggle eyes
- Color the bottom and
one side of the frame white with paint or opaque marker.
- Color the other sides
of the frame with a dark brown oil crayon then color over
the white sides of the frame with black oil crayon.
- Use the points of
the scissors to scratch away the oil crayon on all four
sides. Make the strokes in one direction so that the final
effect will look like fur.
- The black with white
underneath represents a skunk, so use a white crayon to
draw a white stripe down the center of the two black sides.
- The brown represents
the fur of a racoon. Draw a dark brown circle at one end
of each of the other two sides for the dark circle around
a racoon's eyes.
- Glue two small wiggle
eyes at one end of each of the black sides for the skunk
and one large eye on top of each of the brown circles.
Sakura of America CrayPas® Junior Artist Oil Pastels,
Permapaque Opaque Paint Marker; Darice® Paper Maché
Frame, Wiggle Eyes; Fiskars® Scissors.
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