Japanese Art Project How-To (printable)

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Japanese Art Project How-To (printable)

  1. 1. Japanese Art Projects in Ten Easy Steps Step One: Paint your trees using black paint on two sheets of white paper. Step Two: Use your pinky finger dipped in pink paint to add cherry blossoms to your trees. Step Three: Choose one of your paintings and, after it has completely dried, fold it in half lengthwise.Step Five: Place a line of glue along the short end of your Step Four: Make several cuts about ½ inch apart but do not paper. cut all the way to the edge.
  2. 2. Step Seven: Add a black strip of paper for a handle; your lantern is finished! Step Six: Glue the two edges together.Step Eight: with the other painting, make a series of accordion folds. Step Nine: Staple one end together and cover with a black strip of paper. Step Ten: Add a string with some beads. Your fan is finished!

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