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Star Wars Wrapping Paper

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This is a fun way to personalize a star wars gift; make your own Darth Vader & Princess Leia wrapping paper with paint and thumbprints.



Time: 30 minutes
Age:5-10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Paint
Paper
Stamp set

Method
Dip your thumb in dark grey paint. Place a post it on the paper you'll be using as the wrapping paper and print half your thumb print.



Thumb print Darth Vaders body and his head to make a helmet.



With a yellow colour thumb print around Darth. This will be princess Leia.



Fill in the rest of Darth Vader: arms, legs, cape, eyes, mouth grill. Paint in Princess Leia's face and buns. Consider a versatile Darth Vader...from skateboarding to mind control.



Wrap gift & print or stamp a birthday greeting.



May the force be with you.




Categories
#Celebrations
#Star Wars
#Wrapping Paper
#Finger painting
#Medium
#5 to 10s
#Wrapping
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