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April 08, 2007




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Play and Learn

Thumbprints

?By Manju Gupta

Material required
  • Poster colours.
  • A piece of paper.
  • Sketch pens.
  • Brushes.
  • Pencil.
Method
  • Draw whatever you desire?it can be a bunch of grapes or a pair of butterflies or a bunch of cherries on its stem.
  • Take out a bit of different colours on your palette.
  • Dip your thumb in one colour and press it wherever you want its impression.
  • Keep dipping your thumb after cleaning it each time in differnt colours and fill up the picture that your have drawn.
  • Now all the portions cannot be coloured with the thumb such as the fine lines. So for imparting colour to them, use brush to paint or sketch pens to colour the lines.
How to use
  • The picture is ready. Mount it on cardboard and hang it with the help of a piece of string tied on the two sides of the picture.




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