Tuesday, 26 June 2012

MeMeTales Readathon - StickFiggy Thumbprint Art #readforgood

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Yesterday I shared the first part of our StickFiggy activity as part of the MeMeTales Readathon today here is our second project...



StickFiggy Thumbprint Art! 

I was so impressed with how StickFiggy creator Jane Marshall conveys so much personality and character in her illustrations we thought we'd have a go at home. I got the kids to make some thumprints in black and yellow ink, then when they were dry I added some arms and legs and big cheeky grins...



I had planned to put them together in a book and get Vin to narrate a story to go along with them, but he was very insistent we didn't write on them! Instead I think we will send them as postcards to some of our friends and keep the friendship theme going.



You can check out the details of the Readathon here and get your copy of the book for free this week here: 






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Disclaimer - I did not receive any reward for this post - this is something I support and encourage you to sign up because it's ace! I am a writer for the MeMeTales Blog, you can check out my first post with them on 4th July.

2 comments:

  1. So cute!! We read that book the other day. I love your idea of the fingerprint pictures with it.

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