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Monday, June 23, 2008--Summer Kid's Craft: Frog Puppet June 30 to July 6 This is an older post from Her Blog, But I'm sure if you contact Julie (via her blog) she may still be selling the kits:)
June 30- July 6
This fun frog puppet is cute with its retractable tongue. Sure to provide hours of fun! Ribbet, Ribbet!
Instructions: Fold Meadow Circle Die Cut in half. Using Bright Red Paint, paint large popsicle stick red. Cut a slit the width of the large popsicle stick centered on the crease of the Meadow Circle Die Cut. This will make it so the large popsicle stick can move around. Cut around pieces on Meadow Pattern. Adhere the shorter legs centered on the backside of the rounded edge of the Meadow Die Cut. Adhere the longer legs on either side of the shorter legs. Adhere Small Black Circle Punches to the lower side of the White Circle Punches. Adhere White Circle Punches towards the rounded top of the Meadow Rectangle. Fold the straight side of the Meadow Rectangle at a ¼” and adhere on the top of the Meadow Circle Die Cut, towards the crease. Fold the Meadow Cardstock Strip into a rectangular box and adhere to the backside of the Circle Die Cut to put your finger through to hold the puppet.
*Supplies not included in kit: -Adhesive -Scissors -Pebbles Inc. Bright Red Paint -Foam Brush
Materials * Toilet tissue tube (or an ice cube tray to create smaller chunks for younger hands) * Duct tape * Aluminum foil if you are using a toilet paper tube (or petroleum jelly if you're using an ice cube tray) * Disposable plastic container * Plaster of Paris * Water * Liquid tempera paint * Spoon
Step 1 Cover one end of the toilet paper tube with duct tape. Loosely roll an 8- by-41/2-inch piece of aluminum foil and slip it into the tube so that it lines the inside, fitting snugly. (Or coat the inside of the ice cube tray with petroleum jelly.)
Step 2 Set tube upright (duct tape side down) on protected surface.
Step 3 In a disposable plastic container, help your child mix 1 cup plaster of Paris with 1/2 cup water. Stir slowly and thoroughly until plaster is dissolved, about 1 minute.
Step 4 Immediately add 2 tablespoons paint (or more for brighter chalk color, but be careful it can stain). Mix thoroughly.
Step 5 Spoon into the tube (or ice cube tray). Tap gently so mixture settles to the bottom.