Bunn Hart

Resources needed:

White shower layer, canvas, or cloth (a fresh canvas shed cloth works great)

Bath curtain liner (to safeguard curtain from moisture)

Projector*

Permanent black marker, ultimately a heavy one

Color pens

Color

Fiberfill or cotton balls

Santa cap

Black thought (about one yard)

2 red hand towels or red cloth

*If you-can dra...

If you love to go all-out with your Christmas decorating, here is a fancy, original idea for the bathroom:

Products needed:

White bath layer, canvas, or fabric (a fresh canvas drop cloth works great)

Bath curtain boat (to guard curtain from moisture)

Projector*

Permanent black marker, ultimately a thick one

Color pens

Paint

Fiberfill or cotton balls

Santa hat

Black thought (about one yard)

2 red hand-towels or red material

*If you can bring, you may not need the projector. If you're not artistically inclined, and don't already own a projector, see if you could use one.

Let's get started!

If you're using material instead of a shower curtain, you'll need to ensure it is common shower curtain size, which is about 72' x 72.' Cut the material 73' x 73', fold each side over one-half inch, press into position, and hem each side to make clean edges. Purchase plastic rings (usually found nearby the curtain rods) and sew them to the top for shower curtain rings. Be taught additional info about what are ben wa balls by navigating to our disturbing URL. If you do not have a second rod, pick up a tension rod. They're inexpensive and simple to install.

The next phase is getting a great image of Santa Clause. Try coloring books, storybooks, or online. Once you find a photo you like, blow it through to the projector until Santa appears life-sized. Hang the cloth or shower curtain on the wall or a door with thumbtacks or straight pins, and project the image onto it. Santa's legs should be about 6' from your bottom of the shower curtain. End in the knees and do not draw the rest of-the legs (you'll see why later).

Next, trace the picture having a permanent black marker (set paper behind the curtain to keep marker from seeping through). Fill in the details for Santa's experience as well as other intricat