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Create the final part of our Wolfblood set make and print out your paper characters and presenters for the finishing touch.
...Print out paper characters and create your own Wolfblood stories:
Wolfblood character print out
Wolves print out
Blue Peter presenter print out
Check out all three parts to our Wolfblood make.
Find a box, similar in size to the one you used for part one of our Wolfblood make. Paint the inside grey.
Paint a black rectangle on to the top of your box and stick a yellow moon on it. This will be the view through the window.
TIP: draw round a protractor to get a perfect half-moon shape.
To create the 3D brick effect paint your A4 piece of foam or cardboard with grey paint, using a stippling effect and then lightly stipple the area again using black and white paint.
TIP: Get a stippling effect by tapping the cardboard or foam with the end of the brush bristles.
Cut your painted foam or cardboard into small rectangles.
Then stick the rectangles to the walls as bricks.
Take your small boxes (raisin boxes are the perfect size) and carefully cut lollipop sticks to fit around the box. Use glue to stick them down.
You can create an old wood effect using brown paint or chalk and add extra detail like nails or knots with a fine pen. Once dry, stick the crates to the bottom of your box.
The shutters for the window are made in a similar way to the crates.
Cut two pieces of cardboard to the same length as your window and fold each in half. This will give you two shutters with hinges.
Break the lolly sticks to size and stick them to one half of each piece of folded cardboard, as shown in the picture below. Stick your shutters to the window area with glue.
You can make the bars using cocktail sticks. Paint them red, and stick them together into a lattice, then add them to your window.
Make a light shade out of a pie tin. Cut it into a triangle and stick it to the back wall of your den.
You can even create a lighting effect, by adding a triangular shape of lighter grey paint to the wall.
Add large bricks to your den by cutting polystyrene into rectanglular blocks and painting them with the same stippled effect as the wall.
Add a finishing touch and make the floor look dirty by adding a little sand.
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