Archive for the ‘Styrofoam’ Category

Sunflower with REAL seeds in the pot

Monday, April 28th, 2008

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Seder tray

Sunday, April 6th, 2008

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Craft supplies

Styrofoam tray

Acrylic paint – purple, green, brown; paintbrush

Cotton ball

Varnish or transparent adhesive paper

Directions

Crumple cotton ball tight

Dip it into purple paint and stamp onto tray, making bunches of grapes

Paint brown stems and green leaves

Let the paint dry

Varnish or cover with transparent adhesive paper

Halloween styrofoam spider (s)

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

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Create a couple so they could be friends! Because of long legs they are so funny movable!

Craft supplies (for 1)

Styrofoam ball

Acrylic paint, brush

Awl

4 chenilles (pipe cleaners)

8 pony beads to secure ‘feet’

2 googly eyes

Red marker

Loaded glue gun

Directions

Paint styrofoam ball desirable color

Make 4 reach-through holes in the ball by sides

Extend chenilles through the holes so you (well, not you but spider) has 4 pairs = 8 legs

Thread beads on the chenilles and curl the ends so they are secured

Curve the legs so your spider has ‘knees’ and ‘ankles’

Hotglue eyes

Draw smile with red marker

Now try to drop him on the table from about 2 feet height and see how funny he can squat!

Airplane

Tuesday, February 5th, 2008

airplane kitchen towel roll

Craft supplies

1 kitchen towel roll
0.5 white foam sheet
1 styrofoam ball or white pom-pom
White acrylic paint
brush
Craft knife
scissors
black marker
stickers – American (or any other!) flags, round faces :)
Glue gun and glue stick, or craft glue – optional

Directions

Paint kitchen towel roll white
While it dries draw wings on foam sheet and cut it out (you can use our template here)
Make 2 through cuts for wings with craft knife (adult help needed!) and 1 cut for tail
Draw windows and stick faces stickers over there
Pull the wings through the cuts, settle
Insert tail into the tail cut
Put flags stickers on the wings and tail
Insert styrofoam ball or pom-pom into the ‘nose’ (you may want to secure it with glue)
Now you are ready to take off! Where to? :)