R2D2 Star Wars Character Art Project
Today on Craft Play Learn we have the most fun line study based on the Star Wars droid R2D2. R2D2 is a loveable droid and one many Star Wars fans will enjoy creating.
Line Studies are super fun and really can allow kids to have a lot of fun whilst practiving their fine motor skills and coloring in.
Enjoy this free R2D2 template and get crafty with the kids. Don’t forget to check out our other line studies here on Craft Play Learn. We have a few Star Wars themed ones as well as plenty of holiday and seasonal line studies for Halloween and Christmas. Enjoy!
Supplies Needed For This R2D2 Character Craft
How To Make This R2D2 Art Project
Download and print out the R2D2 template ready to create this fun and easy line study.
Draw lines (or any pattern you wish) in each of the closed areas. Follow this step until the entire paper has a pattern in each area. Be sure to draw in different directions for a unique look.
This fun Star Wars activity helps kids learn dexterity by having to stay in the lines.
Color the line study with crayons, colored pencils, or markers.
Experiment using different patterns and colors!
Once finished, you may trim off the excess white border and glue onto a sheet of colored
cardstock to make your R2D2 design pop.
Download Your Free R2D2 Printable Here
First, line a cookie sheet with Parchment paper (or use silpat) and drop Tablespoons of Parmesan cheese onto the Parchment paper, about 2 inches apart, in little bunches, and sprinkle with Italian seasoning.
Place the cookie sheet in the oven at 350 degrees for about 10 - 15 minutes, or until the Parmesan starts to turn golden brown.
Remove the cookie sheet from the oven, and let cool.
These are the Parmesan croutons for the soup, so make as many as you like, depending on how many you're serving. (I made 2 croutons per bowl of soup served).
Next, rinse the Cauliflower, and break it into florets. Chop the florets into small pieces.
Chop the sweet onion, and place the Cauliflower florets, onion, minced garlic, chicken broth, garlic salt, and seasoned pepper in the Instant Pot.
Stir well, and place the lid on the Instant Pot, until it beeps and locks.
Make sure the pressure valve is set to SEALING, and press the Manual button, and set the time for 10 minutes.
Let the Instant Pot build the pressure, cook the soup, and then naturally release the pressure.
When the IP beeps, and goes to the OFF setting, make sure the FLOAT VALVE is down, and all the pressure has been released, and then remove the lid.
Stir the soup, and using an immersion blender, blend the soup into a smooth creamy mixture.
Add the sour cream, and about 8 ounces of Parmesan cheese, and stir well.
When ready to serve ladle the soup into bowls, place two of the Parmesan croutons in each bowl, and drizzle a little oil from the Sun dried Tomatoes, on to the top of the soup.
Top with crumbled bacon, and green onions. Serve, and Enjoy!
Soup may be kept in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 5 days. You can freeze the soup for up to 60 days.
If you're not familiar with the FLOAT VALVE, OR PRESSURE VALVE on your Instant Pot, read the manufacturers directions to learn where they're located, and how they work.
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