Saturday, 15 February 2014

*SNOWPAPERMAN (RECYCLED CRAFT / WINTER SPECIAL)


WIKI NOTE: Documentation of the first snowman is unclear. However, Bob Eckstein (uthor of The History of the Snowman) documented snowmen from medieval times, by researching artistic depictions in European museums, art galleries, and libraries. The earliest documentation he found was a marginal illustration from a work titled Book of Hours from 1380.

SNOWPAPERMAN

YOU WILL NEED
(100% recycled materials):
Waste Papers / newsprint
Paper shredder machine (optional)
Transparent garbage bags
Clear tape
Cardboard: black and orange
White pencil
Scissors
Glue
Hat and scarf

LET´S DO THE SNOWPAPERMAN!
1. Shred papers or make balls.
2. Fill 3 bags of shredded paper or paper balls and tie a knot to close.
3. Place it in the room. Built it with three filled bin bags depicting the head, torso, and lower body.
4. To obtein better stability put clear tape between the bags and place it in a corner of the room.
5. Decorate it: draw 5 equal circles (eyes and buttons) on black cardboard and cut them out. Cut a square of orange cardboard and make a cone (nose).
6. Paste with glue the buttons, eyes and nose on the snowman.
7. Dress it: choose a scarf and a hat to dress it.
NOTE: Sticks can be used for arms.
8. That´s all! Definitely it´s one of the best way to make your snowman never melts! Yeah, let´s have it indoors throughout the winter and/or forever and ever!

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