This is a very involved art project and requires a lot of teacher
First a copy of the cornucopia is placed (not glued)
on a piece of poster board. Then plastic wrap is wrapped around the picture and secured with tape on the back. The child uses permanent markers to make the picture on the plastic wrap. Each line is then drawn with a black Sharpie marker. ( Original Saran works best)
Remove the plastic wrap, take out the copy of the picture that is under the wrap.
Crinkle aluminum foil and wrap it around the poster board. (The cheapest kind works best here.)
Now secure the plastic wrap back in place, and the bright colors show up beautifully against the foil.