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newimagegal
« on: April 06, 2010 07:20:08 AM »

Build up your very own farmyard in to time flat with these adorable wood animal critters!



For more detailed instructions, please check them out here:
http://www.newimageco.biz/scripts/silverware.exe/extpage@D:/DFS/ELEVCLIENTS/NEWIMAGE/ELEVATOR.FXP?page=PROJECT81

Cow:


Required Supplies:
Scissors
Quick Dry Craft Glue
Paintbrush
Paint (Black & White)
Powder Blush
Cotton Swab
1 1 1/2" Unfinished Wood Ball
1 7/8" Opening Candle Cup
1 9 x 12 White Soft Felt Sheet
Cow Template (available here: http://www.newimageco.biz/pdfs/cowtemplate.pdf)


Instructions:
1) Paint ball and candle cup white. Let dry.

2) Glue ball in the hole of the candle cup with quick dry craft glue. Let dry.

3) Paint black area of the cow's nose and add spots to your liking. Let dry.

4) Add two dots above nose for eyes.

5) Blush cheeks using a cotton swab and powder blush.

6) Using white paint, add white nose holes to the cow's nose and dot cheeks.

7)Using thecow template,cut out 2 ears and 1 set of horns for your cow out of white soft felt.

Cool Using a cotton swab and pwder blush, add some blush to the inside of the ear pieces.

9) Glue horns to the center of cow's head.

10) Glue ears to sides of horns.




Pig:


Required Supplies:
Scissors
Quick Dry Craft Glue
Paintbrush
Paint (Pink)
Small Pink Button
Fine Point Black Marker
1 1 1/2" Unfinished Wood Doll Head/Knob
1 1" Unfinished Wood Circle
2 5/8" Mini Flower Pots
1 9 x 12 Pink Soft Felt Sheet


Instructions:
1) Paint Doll Head/Knob, Circle, and Mini Flower Pots pink. Let dry.

2) Glue Mini Flower Pots to bottom of Doll Head/Knob. Let dry.

3) Glue small pink button onto 1" Circle.

4) Using black marker, draw two eyes and a smile on your Pig's face.

5) Cut two small triangle ears and glue to back of 1" Circle.

6) Glue head to the front of the pig.

7) Draw a curly tail on the back of the body with your black marker.




Froggie:


Required Supplies:
Quick Dry Craft Glue
Paintbrush
Paint (Light Green, Dark Green, & White)
Fine Point Black Marker
Powder Blush
Cotton Swab
1 1" Unfinished Wood Doll Head/Knob
1 3/4" Unfinished Wood Spool
2 3/4" Unfinished Wood Stars


Instructions:
1) Paint Stars, Doll Head/Knob, and Spool light green. Let dry.

2) Glue Doll Head to one end of Spool. Glue stars to front of spool for feet. Let dry.

3) Use the dark green paint to paint dots on your froggie's feet and each side of his head.

4) Use the dark green paint to paint two lines to represent your froggie's legs.

5) Paint two white dots for eyes. Let dry.

6) Use your black fine point marker to make the rest of the eye detail.

7) Blush cheeks using a cotton swab and powder blush.

8)Add smile with black fine point marker.

9) Add a dot of white paint to each cheek. Let dry.




Silly Red Ant:


Required Supplies:
Quick Dry Craft Glue
Paintbrush
Paint (Red & White)
Fine Point Black Marker
Powder Blush
Cotton Swab
Red Pipe Cleaner
Scissors
Ruler
3 3/4" Unfinished Wood Beads


Instructions:
1) Paint your beads with red paint. Let dry.

2) Cut a 3" piece of pipe cleaner.

3) Place a bead of glue on each side of each bead.

4) String your beads onto the pipe cleaner. Leave about 1" piece at the other end. You will use this for your antenna.

5) Cut a 1 3/4" piece of your pipe cleaner. Place a piece of glue at the top of the bead where the other antenna is. Thread pipe cleaner through hole.

6) Curl both ends of pipe cleaner to make antenna.

7) Cut 3 sections of pipe cleaner that are 2 1/2" long.

Cool Bend each section in the center. These create your ant legs.

9) Place beads of glue in between beads. Place legs between beads.

10) Blush cheecks using a cotton swab and powder blush.

11) Add white dots to cheeks.

12) Add eyes and mouth with black fine point marker.

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