By Lorine Mason
Wood Shaker peg shelf
- Two 3”
Rigid Wrap® plaster cloth
- Delta Ceramcoat®
acrylic paint – red, white, terra cotta
- Fine point
markers – red, black
- Beacon® Kid’s
- Foam brush
- Plastic knife
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1. Paint wood shelf red.
2. Using plastic knife cut Styrofoam® balls in half.
3. Cut Rigid Wrap® into 1” strips. Dip in water
and cover 3 rounded halves of the Styrofoam® balls. Let
4. Paint 2 halves white and the other terra cotta. Let dry.
Use markers to draw ball markings for a soccer ball, baseball
5. Glue completed balls to shelf. Let dry.
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