Art 31 -  Native American Blanket (Elementary)
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  • Elementary NATIVE AMERICAN BLANKET
  • Materials •9x12 Construction Paper (Various Colors) •White School Glue •Scissors •9X12 White Paper
  • Step 1: 2” Strips Cut paper into strips for students or have student cut their own. Each strip should be 2” wide. Pick one color to glue on right edge of paper.
  • 2” Strips Continued Pick one color strip of paper and glue to right edge of paper.
  • 2” Strips Continued Continue to glue 2” strips of paper next to previous piece glued down choosing a new color each time.
  • 2” Strips Continued When finished there will be a total of six 2” strips of paper, each a different color covering the white background paper.
  • Step 2: Paper Lines Starting on the right side again find the color used directly opposite to cut our a line patter out of new strip. Example: Since green strip on left side is opposite the red I cut out a green strip. Glue down on strip overlapping color.
  • Paper Lines Continued Make sure each strip reflects the color directly opposite on other side of image.
  • Paper Lines Continued After first three strips have been completed start working backwards on the last three strips. Make sure colors reflect that color of opposite side.
  • Step 3: Shapes and Finish When shapes are applies use the color that is under line design to further develop blanket pattern and balance. Complete by mounting on a piece of construction paper. Make sure it is a color not used in design.