Art With Trista Presents: A Comprehensive Guide to Creating a Squash Book


Learn how to create your own accordion-like squash book with painted paper, heavy card stock, and 12” x 18” construction paper! In this step-by-step tutorial, artist Trista will guide you through the process of making an explosion book that is perfect for beginners and craft enthusiasts of all ages.

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With this explosion book tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a unique and interactive piece of art. From folding and cutting techniques to adding your own personal touches, Trista shares valuable tips and tricks to help you along the way.

Whether you’re looking for a fun craft for kids, a creative outlet for teens, or a new project for your art club, this tutorial is perfect for you. Join Trista, a experienced middle school art teacher, as she walks you through the entire process.

Unlock your creativity and explore the world of book making with this exciting origami-inspired squash book tutorial. Discover the endless possibilities of creating personalized art with various materials and techniques.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to expand your artistic skills and have fun with a hands-on craft project. Watch the full video to learn how to make your own accordion-like squash book and start your creative journey today!

**Keywords:** explosion book, book making, origami book, squash book, explosion book tutorial, crafts for kids, teen crafts, what to do when you are bored, art for kids, teen art, middle school art, middle school crafts, middle school art teacher, art curriculum, art club projects

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How to create your very own accordion-like squash book with painted paper, heavy card stock and 12” x18” construction paper.




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  1. OMG! Thank you so much for making this video. Looks like you followed the steps from the Mrs. Amsler's art room tutorial, but made the video for kids. This is perfect for teaching in my classroom. What size are the wrapping paper squares?

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