Popsicle Portraits

Popsicle-PortraitThis was a very successful Mother’s Day project last year. Magnets could be added so the art could go right on the fridge.

1. Students glue their own jumbo popsicle stick boards together with craft glue.

2. They
draw their portrait in a 4″ square on white drawing paper.

3. When the pencil drawing is done, a Sharpie
permanent marker is used to trace the drawing in black. Colored Sharpies are used to fill in skin tones and background. When the square is completely colored and a name is added, the 4″ square is cut out with scissors.

4. Make a 50/50 mix of water and white glue and have each student brush the entire popsicle board AND the backside of the drawing. Center the drawing on the board, press down and brush over with the watered down glue to seal. Let dry and mount on magnets, if desired.

5 Responses

  1. Mara Zeimet

    There is noticeably a bunch to know about this. I believe you made certain nice points in features also.

  2. Venice Fulcher

    This will give a clearer idea as to the level of commitment involved in a remodeling project of this nature. This also gives a reason to hire a bathroom remodeling contractor; they will be the ones to deal with all of these aspects and will have the tools, knowledge and contacts to get the job done.

  3. Happy Nappers

    It is also great idea to draw the face of our mother as a mother’s day gift.. I will try to do this..:) Thanks for sharing..:)

  4. crafty things

    Thanks for sharing your great art ideas. I modified this one to create some great Mother’s Day note holders.

  5. Anonymous

    Hi yh tht really helped me with my project i think? thnx anyway biiiii

    Bob x

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