I asked my son one evening if he wanted to paint with corks. He said yes quickly. I wanted him to help make a few cards but he had his own vision. He wanted a Ninja Turtle Cork Craft. I love when the kids have their own visions for an activity or art project… I told him I loved his idea. I set out to try and help him create his vision by giving him a few supplies and he was able to do just what he wanted. Love how it turned out!
Ninja Turtle Cork Craft
What we used/supplies:
pencil and a paper plate
What we did? How to make:
I took a paper plate and traced it on white paper with a pencil. This gave him an area to stay in. I put green paint on a paper plate with the cork. Now he went on and made many stamp marks with the cork. He filled in the circle. I cut an orange mask shaped piece of paper out. He told me to hurry because the wet paint would work as glue. I pressed the orange paper down on the wet paint.
I did grab the glue for him to apply his googly eyes. He insisted the turtle needed a mouth. I cut one from black paper and he glued it on.
Finally he had a ninja turtle cork craft. I was so excited it worked out. He was excited to have a ninja turtle to hang on the art wall.
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