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Materials: - card stock. Cotton balls -Colored chalk -Black construction paper -Silver Sharpie Directions: 1. Fold cardboard in half and draw half of a lightbulb shape ( center of the lightbulb going down the fold). 2. Use Sharpie to draw a wire on construction paper. Draw the base of each lightbulb. 3. Place your stencil and outline with colored chalk. 4. use cotton ball to brush the chalk away from the stencil.
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A good idea for decorating the Christmas tree. Economic and ecological, it is not suitable to collect bulbs and put them to use. In this case the function will make Christmas ornaments. It's not hard, just have to paint them colors or if you want them a drawing, in this case have drawn some funny penguins.