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« on: March 24, 2010 05:41:26 PM »

Okay, so my youngest son was supposed to either bake or make an animal cell or a plant cell.  He chose an animal cell.  I wanted to try out a ball pattern I had.  So, this is what we came up with.  The different parts of the cell are different fabrics, that are color coded to his teacher's specific color chart.  Attached to said cell, is a list w/pics of what the parts are.  Thank doG for fabric pens!  After I sewed the ball up, my youngest son started screaming, the cytoplasm is supposed to be bright green!  I said, "Why didn't you tell me that before I made the ball, and you started glueing the pieces on?"  I had bright green fabric.  So, my solution for cytoplasm, my neon green fabric pen.  The fabric I had used for the ball was a light tea colored muslin.  So, it took the marker very well.  It just took FOREVER to color the whole ball.  Anywho, enjoy!  P.S.  I guess I could have taken more pics, to show the whole ball.  But, I'm lazy Smiley  E. 
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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2010 06:49:13 PM »

My son is doing the exact same project this week, but we're baking it. That came out really nice!


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