2. Show some sample photos of kimonos and ask the students to draw their own. After it has been designed in pencil, they should trace all the lines with a black marker.
3. Distribute oil pastels and encourage use of bright colors.
4. Have the students cut out their kimono and mount to another paper (this helps get rid of any smudges).
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