Make 3D ice cream cones and cupcakes that are inspired by iconic pop artist Andy Warhol, and the "Here's The Scoop Party Invitations" project found on the Joann's website.
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Step 1: Materials
Here's what you'll need to make these non-edible artworks...
- a large piece of plywood
- acrylic paints
- sponge brushes
- paint brush
- painter's tape
- small buttons
- hot glue gun
Step 2: Prepare the Plywood
First, prepare the plywood for painting by dividing it into 4 rectangular sections with a pencil. Then, outline the sections with a few thin pieces of painter's tape.
Step 3: Paint the Plywood
Now, paint each section of your plywood a different color. The colors that you choose will be the contrasting colors of your small buttons.
Step 4: Make the Ice Cream Cones and Cupcakes
Now, lightly sketch an outline of an ice cream cone and cupcake, 2 for each section. Then, grab your buttons and make 2 ice cream scoop shapes on two of the painted sections using a hot glue gun. Then, paint cones and cupcake wrappers, again 2 for each section, with matching colors.
Step 5: Display
Now, it's the perfect work of art for your wall or a gift for someone! Sweet!