Finding Dory Craft With Pattern
When Finding Nemo was released in theaters summer 2003 I was pretty excited, seeing that movie for the first time was probably one of my most memorable theater experiences. Finding Nemo had left such an impression with it's clever cast and endearing plot, not to mention some of the hysterical quotes I still find my self repeating.
I'm just as excited for Finding Dory and I thought this Dory craft would be a nice summer activity to do with my niece and nephew when they come to visit.
You can download my pattern file here...
I made my Dory with these cutouts, but you can get creative and make your own patterns if you'd like.
Step 1. Download my pattern file and cut out all of your shapes. I recommend using white cardstock to print on.
Step 2. Cut up some blue tissue paper into about 1 1/2 to 2 inch squares. Bigger pieces for little fingers and smaller squares for older kids.
Step 3. Pour some glue into a paper plate and use the mini roller to apply glue to the body. Next start glueing on your tissue paper. Don't forget the circle for the cheek!
Step 4. Add the rest of the details to Dory.
Step 5. Create the dorsal fin with a long piece of tissue paper.
Remember to "just keep swimming"!
I'm John, an artist and art educator. The Art Dream is here to spark creativity and inspire the little artist inside of you!
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