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Grade: 4 +
Age: 8 +
Written by: Andrea Mulder-Slater
[Andrea is one of the creators of KinderArt ®]
You can create cool works of art using glue as your drawing medium. The end result is a unique drawing that looks like a stained glass window. Try making more than one. The sky is the limit!
What You Need:
- black (or other dark) construction paper
- white glue
- a pencil and oil (or chalk) pastels (or crayons)
What You Do:
- Gather your materials.
- Draw a picture onto construction paper, using a pencil.
- The picture can be of anything you wish -- just remember to keep it simple. In this case, we drew a pumpkin for Halloween with a checkerboard tablecloth.
- Next, trace over your pencil lines using white glue squeezed from a glue bottle. The thicker the better!
- Then, put the drawing in a safe place to dry for anywhere from 12 to 24 hours.
- After the glue is dry, fill in the areas created by the glue lines using either chalk or oil pastel.
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We also have many more Coloring Pages available now for instant download have a look today.
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by Ed Emberley
Step-by-step instructions for drawing Halloween cartoon figures and objects.
Halloween Fun: Great Things to Make and Do
by Abigail Willis
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© Andrea Mulder-Slater, KinderArt® Illustration: Geoff Slater
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