We have been chosen as a Tots100/Bostik Craft Blogger and have been given the theme of Chinese New Year as our first craft project. As my son is seven years old and my daughter is three years old, we did two crafts using the items we were provided with.
Chinese New Year 2015: The Year of the Sheep/Goat Plate Craft
Chinese Dragon Craft
Step One: Draw a Chinese Dragon. Be as creative as you like, it is your dragon.
Step Two: Start to arrange the oval sequins, like dragon scales, onto your dragon.
Step Three: Add the Bostik Glu Dots on the dragon’s body, around the oval sequin scales. Start to use the orange tissue paper to complete the dragon’s body.
Step Four: Add tissue paper to the whole of the dragon’s body.
Step Five: Use the Bostik Foam Pads to stick the dragon spikes on.
Step Six: Add gold glitter to the feet and the horns, after covering these parts of the dragon with glue.
Step Seven: Add silver glitter to the dragon’s face and add gold glitter to the white spaces on the body, after covering these parts with PVA glue.
Step Eight: Knock off the excess glitter by tapping the side of the paper on the table. Add the finishing touches to the dragon using a black pen to outline the face, feet and horns. You can add a googly eye, if you like.
Disclosure: We were provided with a box of craft items, free of charge, by Bostik as part of the Tots100/Bostik Craft Bloggers Club.
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