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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Dinosaur feet!

Usually I only post digital projects, but I've been wanting to do something hands-on crafty lately and this was perfect!

In the March 2011 issue of Disney's Family Fun Magazine, they had a great project I knew my 2 year old son would love -- Dinosaur Feet! First, I gathered some supplies: two empty tissue boxes, masking tape, scissors, green tissue paper, and mod podge (a decoupage medium).


Next, I took the tissue boxes and reinforced them with masking tape and also made the hole smaller (where Eric's foot would go). (I forgot to take a picture of this, thankfully there was one picture in the magazine and this was it, lol!)


Then I covered the tissue box with mod podge and light green tissue paper, I crinkled up the tissue paper really well so it would have some great dino skin texture. After it dried, I cut some dark green tissue paper into circles and cut the circles in half, these represent scales and I glued them up all 4 sides of each tissue box.


Next, I added the finishing touches of the claws by cutting a sponge lengthwise and then into triangles. I glued 3 claws to the end of each tissue box.


I found this great dinosaur head hat/mask at the dollar store! (It is labeled dino head, but sorta looks more like an alligator to me, oh well.)


Ta Da!


Evie decided she liked the dinosaur feet and hat too, lol!


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