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Cardboard Airplane

by diana (follow)
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This craft activity is based on a Lisa Larson sculpture from the 70s called Flygplan (airplane).



Time: 1hr
Age:Over 10's
Level: Hard

Materials
Cardboard
Scissors
Watercolour paints
Holepuncher
Straw
Pipecleaner

Method
On a sheet on cardboard, sketch our your airplane and it's passengers. As you need a front and back you can use transfer paper.



Paint in with watercolour paints.



Cut out your airplane, holepunch the front wheels. Pass a pipecleaner through a straw and secure between the wheels.



Make a cut under the pilot and pass wings through.



Hole punch at top and add ribbon or wool.



Hang up and enjoy.




Lisa Larson Flygplan sculpture



Categories
#Cardboard
#Airplane
#Paint
#Transport
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