Here are some easy templates to go along with the more difficult "Moon Landing on Digital Nebula" art piece.
Your child is more than welcome to experiment with any of the templates below.
Our best advice is this: choose one of the moon options and then one of the nebula base sheet options. Either trace and color or just color the moon template. Then, cut your finished moon out and glue or tape your moon onto the nebula base. If you selected the nebula base sheet where you trace the lines out, use either a sharpie or a thicker pen/crayon/pencil to carefully trace your nebula.
We have also included a great coloring page option for younger children who like the look of the moon nebula but find the tracing more difficult. Feel free to frame and/or hang your work up to show off!
- black pen or sharpie or crayon or pencil
- colouring pencils or markers
- glue or tape
- the less white paint you add to your moon, the more mysterious it will look once you've cut it out;
- the smaller the acrylic moon, the larger and more detailed the ink nebula will look!
For older children/adults
Moon to cut-out and glue for coloring or for tracing/coloring
Nebula base sheet for tracing or complete (simple) or complete (difficult)
For younger children
Moon Nebula colouring page here