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 A is for apple

Fruit Printing

Wondering what to do with your cut fruit?
Try making some fruit prints.

Apples
Oranges
Grapefruit
Lemons
Paper plates
Knife
Tempera paints
Construction paper
Newspaper
Paintbrushes

"Cut all fruits through the center, although you might want to cut some of the apples from the top. Let stand out to dry a few hours; juicy grapefruits especially. You may either paint directly onto the fruit, or dip them in paper plates. The second or third print, after a fresh dip in the paint, shows more detail. The finished prints can be made into such items as hats or wrapping paper.

 fruit printing

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The Biglerville Historical and Preservation Society
and The National Apple Museum
154 West Hanover Street - P.O. Box 656
Biglerville, PA 17307-9442 - Telephone: 717-677-4556

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