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Dinosaur Card

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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This was all my son's idea and I can't take any credit at all. He wanted to make a 1st birthday card and decided that a dinosaur would be perfect. The googly eye brings some extra personality to this homemade birthday card.



Dinosaur, card, kids art


Time: 10 minutes Age: 5-10's
Level: Easy

Materials
Card
Pens
Glue
Googly eye

Method
Start by drawing your dinosaur or any other creature you like. It's head will need to be big enough to incorporate a googly eye.
You might find it easier to also draw an eye so you know what position to stick your googly one to.
Add any other features or decoration that you want. My son added a number 1 to the card and to the body of the dinosaur.
Glue on the googly eye with plenty of glue and leave to dry before writing inside.

Categories
#Birthday Card
#Dinosaur
#Googly Eye
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