Date: 2018-02-11 16:20
9. To finish glue the wiggle eyes to the fish or draw the eyes with a Sharpie marker. Add other decorative items such as glitter or gems. Draw lines on the fins with a black marker.
If your paint is too thick you can add a little water, but you don't want it too thin either because the colors will become muddied.
Logan made the craft stick fish craft with his father. Since he is only two years old his father used clear contact paper instead of the glue to decorate the fish. This worked very well since using glue with tissue paper can be very messy and frustrating for any age.
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7. Decide what tissue paper you would like to use and paint the craft stick fish to match the colors on the tissue paper.
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9. To finish glue on to googly eyes. (If you have preschool children, you can draw on the eyes with a Sharpie marker instead.)
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7. Hold the bottom of the bottle with one hand and grasp the bottle about two inches up from the bottom with your other hand. Twist the bottle like you would a balloon to make the tail fin. (See the picture to the right.)