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Monday, 20 May 2013

The 3 letter pig

Today will only be a short litte post since it's a holiday in the Netherlands and the girls are at home. But I wanted to share this little "art project" (which is so simple it doesn't really deserve that name) because it is fun and simple and involves letters. Using letters, you will be making a pig.

You probably know this one, but if you don't, you'll be surprised how funny it is. Of course, it is even more fun when done on paper, but Paint is not that bad, either! So, here we go!

First, you need to draw a capital "E". Like this:
This will be the nose!
Then, add a capital "M", just above the nose. Like this:
The "M" will make the ears!
Now, the pig needs some legs. So, to make the legs, add 2 sets of capital "W's", like so: 
And now you have the legs!

And, the last thing you need a small e to make the cute little pig tail! See here:
And now the pig has a tail and you're almost done!

Now the only thing left to do is to connect all the letters!


Add an eye, and you're done!

I kind of think this is a very very cute pig, and so easy and fun to do! Enjoy! 



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9 comments:

  1. I so love it! What a great idea - and so easy.

    We will be doing this with my kids.

    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    1. You're very welcome and I'm glad you like it! It's so easy that I am surprised that I wasn't getting all angry comments: "Why are you sharing this, everybody knows it!". Have fun!

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  2. Love it! Will definitely be trying this one

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    1. Please do, it's the easiest thing ever and I am glad I could share something for you to make with the children. Have fun!

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    1. Hello, and thank you! It is indeed very clever and simple, a project after my own heart!

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  4. Fun! Thank you for linking up that the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #5! I think my soon to be 5 yr. old will enjoy doing this. :)

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  5. This is adorable! Thank you for sharing at the Creative Kids Culture Hop!

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    1. Hi Leanna, glad you like this! It is absolutely simple and everybody can do this! Thank you for allowing me to link this for the Creative Kids Culture Hop!

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