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Craft Stick Flower

By: Sherrie Ragsdale
Sherrie Ragsdale
Sherrie Ragsdale
I have always loved to draw and paint but I didn't really throw myself into it until after I had my first son.  I wanted to be a stay at home mom and at the same time be able to decorate the new home we had just purchased. I taught myself how to use power tools and began to build furniture which I would paint and sometimes sell.  What was once a hobby became a new part-time career which I feel so blessed to be able to do.
Perfect for an afternoon indoor activity, this flower blooms on even the rainiest of days.
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Supplies

Apple Barrel ® Colors - Harvest Orange, 2 oz.
Item #20589
Versatile, high quality acrylic paint for crafts. Excellent coverage. Fast-drying. Use on all porous surfaces. All colors are AP certified non-toxic and waterbased.

$0.99

Apple Barrel ® Colors - Pink Eraser, 2 oz.
Item #21889
Versatile, high quality acrylic paint for crafts. Excellent coverage. Fast-drying. Use on all porous surfaces. All colors are AP certified non-toxic and waterbased.

$0.99

Apple Barrel ® Colors - Crisp Green, 2 oz.
Item #21890
Apple Barrel Colors ® are the crafter's choice for quality, selection and value. This all-purpose acrylic craft paint is waterbased, non-toxic and dries to a durable finish. Suitable for most paintable surfaces: wood, plaster, tin, craft foam, Styrofoam, terra cotta, and more. Deep, rich tones dry to a soft matte sheen. Easy soap and water clean-up.

$0.99

Other Supplies
Black permanent marker
7 large sized craft sticks
2 small wiggle eyes
2 medium wiggle eyes
Large green button
Craft glue
Small rocks
Small Styrofoam cup

Instructions

  1. Paint four crafts sticks Pink Eraser.
  2. Paint three craft sticks Crisp Green.
  3. Break one of the green stick in half for leaves
  4. Paint the cup Harvest Orange.
  5. Glue two green sticks together to make the stem. Where the two overlap draw four circles on top of each other to make the worm.
  6. Glue the leaves on the stem.
  7. Glue the four pink sticks together at middle and then the button right on top of the center of the flower. Draw a smile on the button face of the flower with the marker.
  8. Glue the flower to the stem.
  9. Glue the eyes on the worm and the flower.
  10.  Fill the cut with small rock and stick the flower in it.
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