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Obama Symbol Paper Plate

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Help your child join in the excitement and celebration of our new President with this easy and cheap President's Day craft idea.

obama plate


Materials:

  • Paper Plate
  • A copy or pattern of the Obama "O" logo
  • Acrylic paint in red, white, and blue
  • paintbrush

Instructions:

  1. Draw the Obama "o" pattern on the paper plate. The middle part of the plate should become the white of the O inside the outer ridge.
     
  2. Paint the top portion of the outer ridge blue and the horizontal stripes red and white like the American flag.
     
  3. Allow to dry completely. Have your child learn a few facts about President Obama. Discuss with them the historical importance of his election to office.

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Nov 17, 2014

Keep out of politics or take my name off your list.

 

Nov 17, 2014

Great Idea. It'll transfer nicely to my toilet seat cover.

 

69 Ratings

Nov 15, 2014

Sigh...I see even here on a crafting site, the teeth-gnashing, hair-pulling hysterical types have to try to ruin it for everyone. I completely understand not liking a president, I couldn't stand President Bush but seriously, there are MANY more important things to get upset over. Really!

 

Nov 14, 2014

O, that's an "O"? I thought it was a big ZERO. I'm ALL for American Pride, Stars and Stripes, Red, White and Blue...THIS however, with it's "personal political" bent is absolutely disgusting. I am yet another that would NEVER do or share this "craft" with a child or a classroom.

 

Nov 14, 2014

This is such an important emblem due to President Obama just being the first Black American President. My grandchildren are learning so much about the importance of this phenomenon in school. And will celebrate President's day at school.

 

Nov 14, 2014

It's an abomination that this is even on here! I think most of us don't expect a political agenda to to be pushed at us when looking at a craft site. I also would never share this with my child.

 

Nov 14, 2014

It's an abomination that this is even on this craft site! Pushing a political agenda doesn't belong here. I would never share this with my child or any others.

 

Nov 14, 2014

Please stick to straight crafting, apolitical, non agenda oriented. I don't think a president who lies and pushes his own agenda deserves special treatment. Keep the crafts patriotic not political. Thank you. I would never make this nor share it with children.

 

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