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Wood Burning Fire Prop - I made this the last minute for my son's school play. Gather paper towel rolls & cut them in half. Using your hot glue gun, carefully glue the rolls one over another as in an actual log pile. Then paint & draw the wood realistically with a brown marker. Use your card stock (red, yellow & orange) & draw the fire's silhouette, then cut it out. Glue them back to back as shown in the picture above. I used a small wood dowel to sustain (glue) the fire in an upright…

Wood Burning Fire Prop - I made this the last minute for my son's school play. Gather paper towel rolls & cut them in half. Using your hot glue gun, carefully glue the rolls one over another as in an actual log pile. Then paint & draw the wood realistically with a brown marker. Use your card stock (red, yellow & orange) & draw the fire's silhouette, then cut it out. Glue them back to back as shown in the picture above. I used a small wood dowel to sustain (glue) the fire in an upright…

Wood Burning Fire Prop - I made this the last minute for my son's school play. Gather paper towel rolls & cut them in half. Using your hot glue gun, carefully glue the rolls one over another as in an actual log pile. Then paint & draw the wood realistically with a brown marker. Use your card stock (red, yellow & orange) & draw the fire's silhouette, then cut it out. Glue them back to back as shown in the picture above. I used a small wood dowel to sustain (glue) the fire in an upright…

Wood Burning Fire Prop - I made this the last minute for my son's school play. Gather paper towel rolls & cut them in half. Using your hot glue gun, carefully glue the rolls one over another as in an actual log pile. Then paint & draw the wood realistically with a brown marker. Use your card stock (red, yellow & orange) & draw the fire's silhouette, then cut it out. Glue them back to back as shown in the picture above. I used a small wood dowel to sustain (glue) the fire in an upright…