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DIY paper towel holder app maybe become the solution by rising concerns about depleting the earth's resources, businesses popping up that advertise the sale of art from recycled materials, as can be seen on websites like Mecca Materials Exchange for the Arts Community. Kids also can create their own art from recycled materials. Creating a three-dimensional creature from recycling with children offer the opportunity to discuss the importance of recycling while making satisfactory project. Here is an idea:
Cut clean, dry, gallon milk jug in half from top to bottom such that the handle remains in the middle of the half. Design using the handle as a nasal mask or muzzle for your creature. Draw and cut out eye holes. Use acrylic paint or permanent markers to add color and facial features to a mask. Alternatively, you can cover the mask by gluing on pieces of colored tissue paper, and then painting a layer of glue over the tissue paper to seal it. Use hot glue to attach the old buttons, scraps of colored paper, yarn or fabric scraps to make a lot more facial features such as eyebrows, mouth, whiskers and ears. Make a hole in the side edge of the mask, and then thread the yarn through the hole if the mask is to be worn.
Cut the egg cartons into strips. Make each strip length corresponding to the desired creature. For example, use a piece of three parts long for insect eggs or more for the caterpillars. Color and add details to a carton of eggs with acrylic paint or permanent markers. Use a toothpick or a piece of chenille stems to make the legs and antennae for your creature. old keys can be used to make the eyes or spots on the body of the creature. Creating a DIY paper towel holder design on your creature by gluing on scraps of yarn.
Use a small piece of DIY paper towel holder to create these creatures. Paint pieces piping color of your choice, and allow them to dry. Connect the pieces using small brads so the creature's remains flexible. Add facial or body detail with additional paint and leave to dry. If creating a centipede or millipede, cut the old chenille stem or paperclip into small pieces. Slightly bend the tip of the stem or paperclip, and push the end of the paper tube bent through a foot.