Richmond Family Magazine June 2011 : Page 24

kids can-do All That Glitters What you need: • • • • • GiFT iDEA FOR DAD – THE GOOD EGG What you do: Blue construction paper 1. Fold a piece of blue construction paper in half lengthwise. Dark crayon or marker Scissors 2. Using a dark colored crayon draw an arch (like a rainbow) reaching from the top to the bottom. Gold glitter Bottle of clear-drying glue 3. With the paper still folded, cut along the crayon line. (Older kids might experiment with carefully and slowly tearing the construction paper for a slightly textured edge.) 4. Open, then drizzle glue on one side of the flat paper egg. 5. Fold the egg in half again, press lightly, then open. Now the right side of your egg is the same as your left. This is called symmetry. Peter Carl Fabergé , an artist 6. Sprinkle gold glitter all over the glue on the paper. known for his work with precious 7. Tap excess glitter onto a piece of scrap paper metals and gemstones, designed this and save for later. Imperial Czarevich Easter Egg. The rich blue is made from a stone called lapis lazuli. Golden swirls and curves provide stunning symmetry. this kids can-do craft is presented by… June Is Men’s Health Awareness Month Know the Facts about Prostate Cancer • Affects 1 in 6 men • 2nd leading cause of cancer related deaths • Most common non-skin cancer in men Discussions with your doctor about prostate cancer screening should begin at age 40. 804-288-0339 • www.uro.com Richmond • Mechanicsville • Midlothian • Tappahannock • Colonial Heights • South Hill • Emporia 24 jun 11 richMond faMily Magazine

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All That Glitters<br /> <br /> GIFT IDEA FOR DAD – THE GOOD EGG<br /> <br /> What you need:<br /> <br /> • Blue construction paper<br /> <br /> • Dark crayon or marker<br /> <br /> • Scissors<br /> <br /> • Gold glitter<br /> <br /> • Bottle of clear-drying glue<br /> <br /> What you do:<br /> <br /> 1. Fold a piece of blue construction paper in half lengthwise.<br /> <br /> 2. Using a dark colored crayon draw an arch (like a rainbow) reaching from the top to the bottom.<br /> <br /> 3. With the paper still folded, cut along the crayon line. (Older kids might experiment with carefully and slowly tearing the construction paper for a slightly textured edge.)<br /> <br /> 4. Open, then drizzle glue on one side of the flat paper egg.<br /> <br /> 5. Fold the egg in half again, press lightly, then open. Now the right side of your egg is the same as your left. This is called symmetry.<br /> <br /> 6. Sprinkle gold glitter all over the glue on the paper.<br /> <br /> 7. Tap excess glitter onto a piece of scrap paper and save for later.<br />

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