aquarium: whale shark puppet

Time Required :
About an hour
Difficulty Level :
Beginner
Beginner
You're new to the skills necessary to complete this project, or maybe you've tried them just once or twice before.

Instructions Print

Step 1
Lay paper bag flat, with the bottom facing up.
Step 2
Using a white crayon, make dots of varying sizes all over the bag.
Step 3
Paint over the entire bag with black watercolor. Let dry.
Step 4
Fold the bottom of the bag up to work on the whale's mouth.
Step 5
Cut a white oval out of construction paper to fit for the inside of the mouth (teeth).
Step 6
Cut a smaller black oval and glue inside the white oval. Glue onto the paper bag under the bottom flap. If desired, draw small teeth all the way around the white part. Use image as a guide.
Step 7
Glue on two wiggle eyes.
Step 8
Cut the edges at the bottom of the bag rounded, if desired.
Step 9
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Supplies Available Online

Supply List

  • Crayola® Boxed Crayons, 64ct (sku 10620567)
  • Creatology™ Construction Paper Pad (sku 10176375)
  • Creatology™ Assorted Wiggle Eyes (sku 10043489)
  • Celebrate It™ Paper Sack, 1 lb. (sku 10310581)
  • Crayola® Watercolors Pan Set (sku 10262822)
  • Jumbo Elmer's® Disappearing Purple School Glue Stick (sku 10040621)
 
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Instructions

Step 1
Lay paper bag flat, with the bottom facing up.
Step 2
Using a white crayon, make dots of varying sizes all over the bag.
Step 3
Paint over the entire bag with black watercolor. Let dry.
Step 4
Fold the bottom of the bag up to work on the whale's mouth.
Step 5
Cut a white oval out of construction paper to fit for the inside of the mouth (teeth).
Step 6
Cut a smaller black oval and glue inside the white oval. Glue onto the paper bag under the bottom flap. If desired, draw small teeth all the way around the white part. Use image as a guide.
Step 7
Glue on two wiggle eyes.
Step 8
Cut the edges at the bottom of the bag rounded, if desired.
Step 9
Share your project photos with #MakeItWithMichaels