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  • Elementary A/B TUBES
  • Materials •6 Paper Towel Tubes •6 Pieces White Paper (cut to tube size) •Black Construction Paper •Color Construction Paper •Set of 12 Color Markers •Hot Glue Gun w/Glue •Pencil •Eraser, Sharpener
  • Step 1: Horizontal Designs On a white sheet of paper draw one type of line from top to bottom edge using a pencil. Paper must be horizontal before drawing lines. Make sure to repeat line across paper from left side to right side to make a line pattern.
  • Horizontal Designs Continued Trace over pencil lines with a black marker. User an eraser to get rid of any pencil marks still showing.
  • Horizontal Designs Continued Choose any two color markers to fill in with an A/B pattern. Start with one color making sure to skip a space each time. Then go back with second color to fill in spaces.
  • Horizontal Designs Continued Repeat this two more times so that you have a set of three pieces of paper. Each piece should be horizontal before drawing lines. Colors can be used more than once but not combinations of colors.
  • Step 2: Vertical Designs Now that the first three horizontal designs are finished we will begin vertical designs. Choose a line already used in first set to draw in pencil, only this time make sure paper is vertical.
  • Vertical Designs Continued Trace over pencil lines with a black marker. User an eraser to get rid of any pencil marks still showing.
  • Vertical Designs Continued Choose any two color markers to fill in with an A/B pattern. Start with one color making sure to skip a space each time. Then go back with second color to fill in spaces.
  • Vertical Designs Continued Repeat this two more times so that you have a set of three pieces of paper. Each piece should be horizontal before drawing lines. Colors can be used more than once but not combinations of colors.
  • Step 3: Wrap and Glue Now that there are 3 horizontal A/B patterns and 3 vertical A/B patterns it is time to start wrapping designs around paper towel tubes. Plug in hot glue gun to let warm up.
  • Wrap and Glue Continued Put a thin strip of hot glue on one edge of paper and attach to tube. Be careful to line up paper with tube so that it does not go crooked.
  • Wrap and Glue Continued Put another thin strip of hot glue on other side of paper and attach to tube. Make sure to smooth out paper when wrapping to prevent any wrinkles or bubbles.
  • Wrap and Glue Continued Repeat hot glue steps on remaining 5 tubes.
  • Step 4: Assembly Line up first tube with bottom of paper. Put a strip of hot glue on back of tube where seem is and attach to black background paper.
  • Assembly Continued Repeat this step by placing one tube directly above previous tube.
  • Assembly Continued If needed put a small dab of hot glue in between each tube on the side. This will help tubes to fit tightly against each others.
  • Step 5: Frame and Finish Pick a piece of color construction paper to use as a frame. Hot glue black paper to new color paper. Make sure to apply hot glue in middle of black paper as well to prevent the work from drooping.