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Worldwide, the dove is a symbol of peace. Use a straw tip to paint a unique mosaic-looking dove.
Draw a circle or other shape with a Erasable® Colored Pencil on posterboard. Cut it out with Crayola Scissors. Outline a dove and/or other symbols of harmony such as rainbows or olive branches in the circle. Plan different colors for your dove, background, and other details.
Cover your craft surface with newspaper. Put several dollops of paint on a paper plate. Dip the tip of a straw into the paint. Blot it on the plate to wipe off any excess paint. If there is a bubble, gently blow to pop the bubble.
Gently press the straw on the posterboard. Lift to produce a circle. Continue this process, using a new straw when you change colors, to create patterns with circles. Air-dry your painting. An option would be to outline your symbols with a Crayola fine line marker.
Punch a hole on the top of the circle. Tie ribbon or yarn as a hanger. Display your dove to remind others about why peace is so important.
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