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Pots of Flowers
Idea submitted by Jill McDougall of Hackham West Primary School, Adelaide. Australia.

Jill writes: "First create a rubbing of a brick wall for the background. Use A3 cartridge paper and brown crayon (on its side) and rub over a standard brick wall to fill the page. Press a little firmer around the edges of each brick for a better effect. Then, on the bottom half of he page, use lead pencil to draw an interesting flower pot shape. Once the shape is completed, paint it with a terracotta colour (mix orange and brown) and, while the paint is still wet, use the pointy wooden tip of the paintbrush to create some designs on the pot. Now, cut long oval shapes from red, white and pink crepe paper (about 10 x 5 cms with rounded edges). Use two pieces of the crepe paper together and twist in the middle. Tease out the resulting 'petals' and glue all over the top of your flower pots until it is laden with flowers. Suitables for 9 - 11 year olds"



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