Cardboard squares 6″ x 6″
Painted Paper 6″ strips
To start the project:
Take Model Magic, roll it into a ball and push it down on a 6 x 6 piece of cardboard or chipboard.
Next shape the skull and eye sockets.
This was very easy and took little time. Let Dry.
Students added symmetrical designs to the skulls with various colors of sharpie markers, then painted the background board with one color of bright tempera paint.
After a couple of minutes the cardboard will be dry enough to add oil pastel patterns to the painted cardboard background. Keep the designs simple.
Create a frame using previously painted paper. We used our placemats cut into thin strips and then glued them down.
Using tacky glue, apply sequins in the frame corners and on the skull if you desire.