Elmer, The Patchwork Elephant Craft

My toddler loves to read her Elmer books. We made this very colorfully patchy Elmer with chopstick dots using Pointillism art technique. Pointillism is a way of painting in which small separate dots of color are used to form images.

We had a blast with this art. After we were done with the Elmer, my toddler continued stamping with chopsticks on a paper. I must say, she loved it. In addition to fun, it makes a great activity for developing hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.

Here comes our Elmer, The Patchwork Elephant:

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HOW TO MAKE ELEPHANT CRAFT?


SUPPLIES

Cardboard Paper
Paints
Chopsticks

BEHIND THE SCENE STEPS


1. Fold a thin cardboard paper (9"x7") and cut out the shape of Elmer elephant.



2. Enjoy dotting with the rectangular end of chopsticks on the cardboard elephant cutout.



3. Let it dry for sometime. And that's it, Elmer is ready to be showcased.


Happy Crafting!

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