Library Arts uses our Animal Print Paper!

27 September, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

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Doris of Library Arts once again uses our printed papers to make fun 3D safari animals! In this tutorial, Doris features our R15256 Amazing Animal Paper! Check out her detailed instructional post. 

Doris posted her tutorial on August 13, 2010 as “On Safari!” Check it out!

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The post features templates to use for making the 3D animals. You will need tongue depressor sticks, a toilet paper cardboard roll and some tin foil.

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Use our papers to make a tiger, zebra, leopard, giraffe and many more! I adore the creativity of this craft!

Thanks to Doris for this adorable post!

Images and original post © Library Arts.

This post was not sponsored for a review. At LittleFingersBigArt, our mission is to present to our readers and viewers the newest and most creative craft ideas that fans of Roylco have made on their own. Our goal is to allow you and other educators and parents to reuse our products in fun ways so that children always get the best educational experience from them!

We’d love to see more ideas like this one! If you’ve got a brilliant craft idea or have made a version of one of our crafts that you would like to share with us, send an email to subscriber@roylco.ca with photos, descriptions or a link to your work. We will create a feature post and link back to you with full credit. We’d love to hear from you!

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