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Brownie Potter Badge ideas

The requirements for the Brownie Potter Badge -- Step 1: Find some pottery and draw pictures in your artist notebook. Step 2: Get to know clay with an expert. Step 3: Make a simple pot out of clay Step 4: Make a decoration out of clay. Step 5. Paint and Glaze

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Girl Scout Brownie Potter Badge. Crafts made with clay have been around for thousands of years. People who study history have found ancient clay art and everyday objects. Work your way through these steps to become a clay artist yourself.

DIY: Sand Bowls- just sand mixed with glue and dripped over a bowl until it hardens. Perfect for holding your summer seashell collection! Must try!

Plaster Bowl. With Ridgid Wrap this neat bowl is even easier than you think! See how on MakingFriends.com

Clay Pot Farm Animals Craft. These clay pot farm animals from Polyform make great craft ideas for clay pots! See how on FreeKidsCrafts.com

Brownie Potter Badge Certificate

Arts and Crafts Fun Patch from MakingFriends.com! Earn your Brownie Potter Patch and add this patch.

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Step 3: Children make a work of art in clay using a variety of coil techniques montessoriofdunde... The Montessori Learning Center of Dundee Omaha, NE

Step 3: What Would you Do with a Pinch Pot? New Ideas for making pinch pots more interesting!

Step 3: How to Make a Pinch Pot « Jenny Gulch Pottery & Art- great fun for parents' night

Step 3: Textures from nature...ball up the clay and make a pinch pot, use a hump mold or have students press the ball of clay onto their knees and mold into a bowl shape.

Step 4: DIY Clay Beads ~ made over a paper clip! - Roll polymer clay around wire then impress images with rubber stamps. After baking, fill in the stamped areas with paint and wipe away the excess. When the paint is dry apply Distress Inks and heat set. Viola!

Step e: Making Baker's Clay ornaments! We would stay busy for hours making fun things with baker's clay! We even made "Olympic medals" out of baker's clay for our really intense gymnastics competitions we'd have in the yard! :)

BROWNIE POTTER BADGE. Crafts made with clay have been around for thousands of years. People who study history have found ancient clay art and everyday objects. Work your way through these steps to become a clay artist yourself.