Barbie Doll Pond and Waterfall

Supplies Needed:

  • mod podge

  • plastic

  • scissors

  • rocks

  • paintbrush

  • hot glue

  • tissue paper (green)

  • blue food coloring

Step 1: cut a square of plastic*

*adult supervision required

Step 2: cut a smaller rectangle of plastic

Step 3: glue some of the rocks in a circle on the plastic square

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Step 4: on one corner, glue rocks to the desired height

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Step 5: mix Mod Podge and blue food coloring on a scrap of plastic or in a bowl

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Step 6: take your paintbrush and swirl the mod podge onto the plastic in the circle that is made of the rocks. You may need to do multiple coats.

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Step 7: take the rectangle of plastic that you cut earlier and paint it with the Mod Podge/ food coloring mixture being sure to paint it in a vertical direction

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Step 8: glue it onto the pond as shown below

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You are done! Be sure to like, comment, follow, and share with your friends, family, and classmates.

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