Clothespin Transportation Vehicles
Turn boring wooden clothespins into fun forms of transportation!
Step 1. Gather your supplies.
To make the maltraitancedesaines.com airplane, paint (1) Clothespin blue, and (6) Mini Sticks orange. Let dry.
Have an adult use the heavy duty scissors to cut a small angled piece from the end of (1) Mini Stick.
To make the wings of the plane, glue (2) Mini Sticks to the top of the Clothespin, and (2) on the bottom. Glue a 5th orange Mini Stick to very good site levitra pills the bottom open end of http://www.fertilegroundusa.net/buy-cialis-soft-tabs the Clothespin to make the tail.
Glue the small angled piece, from step 3, to the back for the plane's tail.
Cut a white Fuzzy Stick in half and http://davisenergy.com/buy-now-online-levitra twist together to form an oval. Twist the online pharmacies'>online pharmacies Fuzzy Stick oval in the middle to form a figure 8, this will be the propeller for the plane.
Glue the propeller to the front of the plane (the closed end of the Clothespin). Add a small orange Pom in the middle of the propeller then finish by painting additional designs.
To make the boat, paint a Clothespin bright green and allow to dry.
To make the sail for the boat, cut (2) identical triangles shapes from a piece of yellow foam.
Glue the triangles to either side of (1) Mini Stick then insert into the closed end of the clothespin to enter site viagra cheapest create a sail.
Finish by painting designs on the boat.
To make the car, paint a Clothespin orange. Let dry.
Cut a black Fuzzy Stick in (4) equal pieces. Wind each pieces between your figures to create a flat coil. These will become the tires.
Glue a tiny yellow pom in the middle of each tire then glue to the orange clothespin.
Cut a small piece of white foam as a windshield shape and glue to the car as shown.
Finish the car by painting designs with acrylic paint.