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Frankenstein and Mummy Treat Pot

 

Supplies  For Frankenstein Treat Pot
3” Clay Pot (77942425)
Patio Paint
          Mistletoe Green (30000050)
          Wrought Iron Black (30000025)
          Sterling Siler (30000039)
White Fine Point DecoColor Paint Pen (77659367)
Black Fine Point DecoColor Paint Pen (77659409)
2 qty. 20mm Moving Eyes (30055160)
2 qty. ½” Wood Furniture Button (77612846)
E6000 (77525881)

Tools
1” Foam Brush (10109)
Paintbrush (small or medium size) 

Optional Items
Removable Tape (30047920)

Supplies  For Mummy Treat Pot
3” Clay Pot (77942425)
Cheesecloth (77650903)
Cloud White Patio Paint (30000018)
2 qty. 20mm Moving Eyes (30055160)
Delta Ceramcoat Paint
            Antique White (77626291)
            Dolphin Gray (77627851)
Tacky Glue (77609875)
Black Fine Point DecoColor Paint Pen (77659409)
E6000 (77525881)

Tools
1” Foam Brush (10109)
Paintbrush (small or medium size)
Scissors
Ruler 

Optional Items
Removable Tape (30047920)


Directions  for Frankenstein Treat Pot

With the Mistletoe Green Patio Paint and foam brush, paint the lower exterior portion of clay pot (below rim) and allow to dry. To paint Frankenstein’s hair, use the paint brush to outline the face and neck with the Wrought Iron Black Patio Paint. Use the foam brush to paint the interior, rim, and outlined hairline also with the black Patio Paint. Allow to dry.

Use the Sterling Silver Patio Paint to paint both wood furniture buttons silver and let dry. Position painted knobs on each side of the head and glue with E6000. On the face, position both 20mm moving eyes in the top center and adhere with E6000. You may use the optional removable tape to help hold the furniture buttons and eyes to pot while it dries.

For the facial details, use the black fine point paint pen to draw in the nose and mouth below the eyes. Use the white paint pen to draw “stitches” on Frankenstein’s temple and below the one of the eyes opposite of each other.

Fill with treats and enjoy!

Directions  for Mummy Treat Pot

With the Cloud White Patio Paint, paint the entire pot (both interior and exterior) using the foam brush. Allow to dry.

Measure and cut a 14” piece of cheesecloth. Cut into 2” strips. If cheesecloth frays, rips, or is cut crookedly, it’s okay. Place your wrapped strips on pot and be sure to crisscross them like a mummy. When you are satisfied with the placement of a strip, use the paintbrush to apply tacky glue where you want your strips first, then glue down your cheesecloth strips. Keep layering and wrapping strips until you have 2 remaining strips. Decide where you want your face to be placed and cut a small piece of cheesecloth off of one strip and roll into a ball and glue with the tacky glue. Use one of the remaining pieces to wrap over the nose and around the pot. With the last remaining strip, wrap around the top rim, but be sure to leave a 5” tail to dangle down near the side of the face.

Once the tacky glue is dried, accent your mummy wrappings with dabs of Antique White and Dolphin Gray Ceramcoat paint. This helps “age” your mummy and give it some depth. Use the E6000 to adhere the eyes above the nose. You may use removable tape to help hold the eyes while the E6000 sets. Use the paint pen to draw in the mouth below the nose.

Fill with treats and enjoy!

 

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