Puffy Paint Carmel Apples

Beth Ann Lane
Puffy Paint Carmel Apples

I printed out an apple template on cardstock, I cut them out for students because we are an after school program so we are limited on time. Then the students used markers to color their apple red or green, if you have some where to have them dry and the time to have them dry you can use paint, we taped on the popsicles sticks on back so they wouldn't fall off, the top half of apple we added light brown puffy paint (half shaving cream half white glue equal parts, with very little brown paint) then last but not least sprinkles. They turned out so cute all the parents loved them. My students are from Kindergarten to 4th. Puffy paint is our favorite thing to do for arts and crafts, for Halloween we make puffy paint jack o lanterns using orange and green paint, Christmas puffy paint candy canes with red and white, St. Patrick's day puffy paint shamrock with green, Easter puffy paint Bunny with white

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October 21, 2020
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