This afternoon, V was inspired to make Artzooka 3d cards that she saw on the show. The kids have been OD’ing on TV all summer. That’s okay – it’s summer anyway. They won’t be getting this much TV when school starts so, sige laaaang…
Look at what V made from scratch, inspired by Artzooka, a program on Nickelodeon that features cool art projects.
The cards are actually called mouth pop-up cards, and I found this video that illustrates how they are made.
To make Artzooka 3d cards, you will need:
At least 2 pieces of colored art paper (V used construction paper here)
coloring materials (crayons, colored pens, colored pencils)
googly eyes (optional. You can instead draw eyes, or make cutout eyes, like V did.)
A pink alien, probably from Venus?
Bruce the shark and all his sea-creature friends. There’s a crab there somewhere that Nate drew.
The Duckie… before I stewed it in beer… I guess…. 😀 Hahahahaha!
Making these Artzooka 3d cards, along with another one (a dog!) she sent as a birthday card for a cousin, kept V busy one whole afternoon. Actually, these 3D/pop-up creations make great greeting card ideas.
V based the alien design on the Artzooka episode. The duck and the shark, however, are her very own designs.
So you see? TV isn’t bad all the time. 😀