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TREAT JAR STEP # 1 : After inserting the line drawing of Monet into plastic jar and taping it still , Luke traces the image using an opaque pen . You can also trace letters , images of bones & paws etc .
TREAT JAR STEP # 2 : With line drawing traced and the paper removed , David fills in the color of Stanley and the lettering with opaque markers .
TREAT JAR STEP # 4 : Luke holds Monet , Nina Joy holds Luke ’ s finished Treat Jar and her own Shake Can and David holds Stanley and his treat jar . Great job everyone !
TREAT JAR STEP # 3 : After filling in image Luke is applying sticker letters to lid and sticker jewels to jar . You can also apply bling ribbon and embellish any way you want .
SHAKE CAN : Nina Joy Harney demonstrates how to create a shake can ! STEP # 1 : Using a large brush paint soda can with ACRYLIC PAINT and let dry . Suggestion : paint more than one can as children love to apply stickers . STEP # 2 : Sticker letters are applied . Parent lay out letters to spell SHAKE for toddler . STEP # 3 : Drop in glass rocks or pennies . STEP # 4 : Parent cut duct tape and child covers hole on top of can .