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DIY Pattern Paint Rollers

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DIY Pattern Paint Rollers CIY Video Poster Frame
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Create custom print rollers out of cardboard tubes and household objects, then roll the pattern roller for paint onto totes, picture frames, and more!

Supplies:

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PATTERN PRINT ROLLERS CRAFT KIT: Features 6 Washable Paints, 4 Paint Brushes, and 1 Washable Glue Stick.

Craft Kit supplies pictured above. Additional supplies may be needed.

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Steps:

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DIY Stained Glass Step 1

1 Ask an adult to cut 2 paper towel rolls in half, creating 4 smaller rolls.

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DIY Stained Glass Step 2

2 Wrap the first roll with rubber bands.

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DIY Stained Glass Step 3

3 Coat the second roll with glue stick and attach bubble wrap around it.

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DIY Stained Glass Step 4

4 Coat the third roll with glue stick and roll a piece of lace around it.

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DIY Stained Glass Step 5

5 Remove the backing of foam shape stickers and adhere to the fourth roll.

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DIY Stained Glass Step 6

6 Pour paint onto a disposable plate, and use paint brush or foam brush to coat tubes in paint.

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DIY Stained Glass Step 7

7 Roll out tubes onto your gear to create unique, patterned effects!

CIY Staff Tips:

  • Have an adult cut the paper towel rolls. Adult assistance required.
  • When applying paint to the rolls, work in a light, dabbing motion. This will ensure that your roll is not overloaded with paint, allowing your designs to be clear and crisp.
  • Before rolling onto your gear, try rolling onto scrap paper to practice.
  • Experiment customizing picture frames, tote bags, cards, and more!
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