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Monkey Card

by carly (follow)
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The Monkey Card is perfect for Father's Day, or change the wording to suit any special occasion.



Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy



Materials
Green paper
Blue paper
Light brown, dark brown, and green paint
Fine paint brush
Scissors
Glue
Pen
A piece of twig, dried grass or twine
White paper

Method


Rip the blue paper lengthwise, glue one of the pieces to the green paper to create the sky.


Glue the dried grass across the page. Trim with scissors as needed.


Finger print some light brown monkey heads under the grass.
Use thumbprints to make monkey bodies.


Add detail to the monkeys, using a paint brush and dark brown paint. Make sure the monkeys are each hanging from the grass.


Add leaf detail with the green paint.

Use the pen to write "Dad, we love hanging out with you" on the card.


Rip the white paper into small clouds to glue over any spilled paint.


Categories
#Fathers Day
#Greeting card
#Monkeys
#Paper
#Natural materials
#Fingerprints
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