Ideas for the Classroom
flowers from plastic bottles.
How to Make Pop Bottle Flowers
1.Wash out the bottle and make sure it's dry. 2.draw petals in 2 different sizes on the bottle. 3.Cut them out. 4.Paint only the back side of each petal. 5.Use the hot glue gun to glue the petals together. 6.Wait 5 minutes to set. 7.Turn of the blow dryer and start heating up the flower until you get the effect you want. 8.glue the rhinestone in the middle of the flower.
plastic bottle flowers...
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Found this on Flickr. Apparently the ceramic teacher's name is Janet Burns (I always attempt to credit the artists and instructors.) In any case these are the cleverest little pinch pots. I'm thinking kids of all ages would enjoy and feel successful at making one of these! Pinch pot, add details, then acrylic paint, and embellishments! FUN!
From a pinch pot