Onomatopoeia Words
Find 3 colors of paper OR use white paper and color later!
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Draw a background shape. Loops or zigzags work well.
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Stack 2 colors. Cut your shape from both papers at the same time.
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Move the papers apart slightly to give a shadowy, 3D effect.
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Write your onomatopoeia word with a pencil. Space out the letters.
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Trace around your letters with marker or pen. Overlap and connect them.
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Determine the direction of light. Give a 3D effect by making the shadow side thicker and darker.
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Cut it out. 😉
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Carefully erase pencil lines.
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Glue or tape the layers together.
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Optional: add Ben-Day dots like artist Roy Lichtenstein might!
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Use as a bookmark, wall plaque or add a magnet to the back! 🧲
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There are hundreds of onomatopoeia words to choose from! Have fun!
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Here’s a good one to use for Mother’s Day!
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Miss y’all!
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