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This Toddler Rubbing Plates Instructable is by iLoveToCreate blogger Jennifer Perkins of Naughty Secretary Club! Since it has been too hot to go outside most days this summer ...
Placemat Pen Aleene’s Quick Dry Glue Scissors Crayon Paper
The first thing I did was to cut my placemat into 4 small squares. I used a board book as my size guide.
If you are a great artist you could free hand an image onto your place mat squares, but alas I am not. I traced some very basic images ...
The next step is to go over your image with glue. I opted for Aleene’s Quick Dry. I also did two coats to make sure my image was ...
Allow your glue to dry completely.
Using your new rubbing plates is the fun part. Lay your plate on a flat surface. Cover your plate with a sheet of paper. Using a crayon with ...
Presto! Your image appears on the paper and your toddler is entertained in the air conditioning! This Toddler Rubbing Plates Instructable is by iLoveToCreate blogger Jennifer Perkins of ...
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