#6 Panda collage

This is my online activity series which was inspired by Violet’s Vegan Comics’ online presentation of Lavender Laine’s story, What’s good for the goose is not good for the Panda.

Here is panda number 6! panda_by_giulal_d58fn9y-fullview

Made by another one of the artists on DeviantArt.com.  Thank you very much to Giulal.

If you want to make this you don’t need any coloured paper because it looks like it’s made from cut out pieces of painted papers.  This panda knows what she’s eating.

 

 

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How to make a collage panda #5

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This is the 5th way to make a panda out of things you might have in your house!  You could use magazines, tissue paper, news papers, junk mail, anything you have lying around.

This collage was created by Kizzpop who I discovered on the website “deviantart.com” and I’d like to thank Kizzpop.  I would have made it myself, but I haven’t had time yet, and I didn’t want to keep you all waiting.

This series of blog posts has been inspired by What’s Good for the Goose is not Good for the Panda by Lavender Laine which I loved, and I discovered on Violet’s Vegan Comics.

I would also like to thank Lavender Laine and Violet’s Vegan Comics.
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I hope you liked it.  And I hope you try it at home!

30 ways to make a panda out of stuff you already have in your house part 4

This is my online activity series which was inspired by Violet’s Vegan Comics’ online presentation of Lavender Laine’s story, What’s good for the goose is not good for the Panda.

Tada!  Here is my latest panda:

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So what I did was I went through some old magazines I had in my house, and I cut out black pieces for ears and eyes and arms and legs, and white pieces for the body.  And I used a piece of photocopy paper to glue my pieces to.

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I found some neat things to make my panda out of, like you can see she’s got a dish of rice for her face, and her body is made from a blouse in a clothing ad.

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And then what I did was I made her eyes and nose by cutting out from a photo of a spaniel!  How cute is that?  She did look a little ticked off, so I drew a happy smile on her with pen.

And I have her trying to decide: Do pandas eat almonds?  Do pandas eat lemons?

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I was originally inspired by Lavender Laine’s story because the illustrations are so beautiful, and she uses all kinds of things like knitting and towels and things to make her collages.  I found myself totally inspired by her work.  I challenged myself to make a collection of illustrations of pandas out of things you find in your home!

I have found that there are lots of things you could make pandas out of, like duvets and pillows and curtains and dresses and sweatshirts and socks.  Please remember to check with all members of the household before taking scissors to upholstery.  Also consider using a camera and making a larger scale image of a panda without needing scissors at all.  Use white clothing and black clothing to make large pandas on the carpet!

For inspiration see the book: What’s Good for the Goose is not good for the Panda at Violet’s Vegan Comics.

 

#3 Panda Collage

As you all know, it is very tricky finding an original  way to make a panda, almost impossible.

So, when in doubt, consult a professional!

So here is my third way to make a panda from things you have around your house!  (Thank you very much Lavender Laine for illustrating this beautiful book!

The third way to make a panda is by using a white towel or flannel, and some black fabric, perhaps from an old pair of socks (ask a grown up before destroying towels and socks) and buttons for eyes!  And if you want to give her some grass to eat, you can make that out of yarn!  But she doesn’t like grass, so you don’t really need to do that.

I hope you enjoyed this post, I’m sorry it took me so long, and I do hope Lavender doesn’t mind me stealing her homework.

No, I haven’t

That’s right, I have still yet to make another Panda.  It just goes to show that I am not creative, and you should stick to your strengths.  My strengths are watching television, sleeping, and blowing bubbles.  And that is why I’m awesome.

If you want to see some awesome Panda collage, please do read this story by Lavender Laine: What’s good for the goose is not good for the panda

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If you need me, I’ll be watching tv 😉

 

30 ways to make a panda – vegan fun activities

I am still working on my third panda idea – this project has been more challenging than I first anticipated.  In the mean time, I have found a great picture of a panda for you all to enjoy while you wait for my next panda picture!

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And if you just can’t wait, you can read Patty Panda’s story, What’s good for the goose is not good for the panda.  Because that’s what got me started 🙂

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30 ways to make a panda out of stuff you already have in your house – part 2

This is the second segment of my online activity series which was inspired by Violet’s Veg*n eComics’ online presentation of Lavender Laine’s story, What’s good for the goose is not good for the panda

Here you can see my process:  I have started with a knitted jumper, and added pieces of plastic bin sack, for the ears, arms, legs and eye, and for the nose I have used a grey button!  I cut these pieces out free-hand, but if you wanted you could make templates, it took me a couple of goes to get each piece the way I liked.

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After this I needed to give my panda  a back ground, because she was floating.  So I used a green blanket to achieve this:

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I hope you have enjoyed my second segment, and I hope you will join in at home with my challenge.