Fancy an evening at the theatre? Create your own using a cardboard box and Resene paints.
Curtain raiser - instruction sheet
Resene kids art with Mark Rayner - Project 16
Difficulty level: Challenging
You will need: Brown parcel tape, Cardboard box, Paintbrushes, Pasta shells, Piece of cloth, Pieces of wooden skewer, PVA glue, Resene Art Action Metallic Bullion, Resene Lumbersider tinted to Resene All Black, Resene Quick Dry Primer Undercoat, Resene testpot of Resene Fudge, Scissors, Small length of bamboo
Top tip: Don’t be tempted to stand the theatre the right way up until the PVA has dried - otherwise the pasta shells will fall off!
Here's another idea: Create your own stage sets from cardboard and use cardboard dress up dolls as your actors.
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