The twins 4th birthday is only a month away and I've been madly starting the party planning process.
Here's one of the projects I've been working on.
Now to keep it away from them for the next month so it doesn't get broken, painted on or crushed. Does anybody have a couple of little straight jackets in a size 6T?
- Elmer's large tri-fold foam display board
- Elmer's foam display board
- X-Acto knife
- Elmer's glue spots
- Cardboard (I used a side from an old box)
- Paint and brushes
The image was sketched directly onto the large tri-fold display board and then painted.
Wings and a flower were drawn onto the scrap cardboard, cut-out, painted and then attached to the foam board using Elmer's glue dots.
The legs (to add a little extra support to the board) were cut out of a regular Elmer's foam display board, painted, and slots were cut in that and the main tri-fold board.
You may remember that I made a similar board for Halloween a couple of years ago.
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Disclosure: This memory keeping craft project and shop using Elmer's and X-Acto products was sponsored by Collective Bias