Take two small boxes and a selection of Resene testpots and you’ll soon have these fabulous funny feet.
Resene kids art with Mark Rayner - Project 133
Difficulty level: Challenging
Make funny shoes
Another idea: Dotted pattern
Top tip: Place some scrunched up newspaper inside the funny feet to keep them firmly in place while you’re wearing them.
Cut a foot hole in the top of each box, as shown – you might need a grown up to help with this bit.
Stick the top of each box down using a few pieces of sticky tape – again, you might need a grown up to help with this bit.
Apply one coat of Resene Quick Dry to the top and sides of each box and allow to dry.
Paint the top and sides of each box with one coat of Resene Get Reddy. Once this is dry, apply a second coat and allow this to also dry.
Paint a border around each of the holes, as shown, using Resene Lochmara.
Paint on the laces using Resene Kermit.
Paint lines to mark out the heels and the sole edges, as shown, using Resene Black. Now allow all the paint colours to dry.
Paint the bottom of each heel and the sole edges with Resene Dizzy Lizzy and allow the paint to dry thoroughly. Now get walking!
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