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The following is a step by step tutorial of how to make a print using a carry-out box. This is a craft appropriate for grades K-6 but could ...
Carry-out box Brayer Tube of Paint (acrylic works best) Pencil Scissors Plate or similar smooth washable surface Paper
Cut a square from the smooth side of your carry-out box. Make sure the surface is free of logo embossing or other marks that may show up or ...
Using the pencil draw the design you wish to print onto the surface of the foam square you just cut out. A duller pencil works best and is ...
Squeeze a small amount of paint onto your plate and roll it out using the brayer. It only takes a small amount of paint to create a smooth ...
Roll paint over your design using the brayer. This process may require several re-loading of the brayer with paint. Be sure the entire surface of the raised areas ...
Once your square has been covered with paint, place the paper you want to print on gently on top of square. Apply light pressure by rubbing the area ...
Peel the paper off of your square to reveal your print. Be careful not to slide paper while removing from square. Your square can be re-loaded with paint multiple ...
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