Two Thumbs Up for Star Wars Thumb Doodles!
|"If you get me a new book like this every week or so, |
you will keep me busy for the whole summer!"
The first thing Mr. G said when I arrived home after four days, "I made everything in the Star Wars book already! I want all the other Star Wars books! If you get me a new book like this every week or so, you will keep me busy for the whole summer...." The next day he admitted, "Well, this one might keep me entertained for a few weeks. I have to cover the whole box! But I REALLY want the Star Wars Folded Flyers one, so I can put those on the top the box!"
Good thing he has a birthday coming up in a few weeks! I love that Klutz has so many gender neutral craft kits. I am always on the hunt for craft kits that aren't all pink for my crafty son and Klutz has come out with so many great ones!
- Read the instructions at the beginning to see the different types of finger prints used.
- Make the characters on separate pieces of paper so you can cut them out and move them around and make scenes.
- It is easier when they are not on the page in the book.
- If you mess up, you can just keep making it until you get them right.
- Once you've filled the book pages, you can make bigger scenes on cardboard or big sheets of paper.
- Copy the pictures in the book to make a bigger background.
- Used tacks to attach your thumb doodles, or use glue dots (removable ones will let you to move the characters around).
|"This weekend I sat out on the front porch|
and made these for hours and hours."
"I made 25 Clones! I accidentally cut the
head off one, so I made it part of the battle."
"I can't believe I could make all these things with just
ink pads, a 2-color pencil, and a black pen!"