A bouquet of flowers from corrugated paper on March 8 with their own hands

Gifts for March 8 with their own hands the children always make with pleasure, trying their best to please their beloved mother, grandmother or sister with their product. These people play a very important role in their lives, which is why making gifts for them becomes a matter of special importance for kids.

You can take part in preparing for the holiday day, having a small master class for March 8 - for children such assistance will be simply invaluable: they will learn to create simple but cute crafts, and based on this ability they will be able to make a gift that seems most appropriate to the occasion.

 A bouquet of flowers made of corrugated paper on March 8 with your own hands

A bouquet of flowers made of corrugated paper on March 8 with your own hands

For example, if you teach kids how to make tulip bouquets of corrugated paper,they will be able to congratulate such a bouquet of a dear person or create a more complex composition based on it.

All you need for work is sheets of green and red corrugated paper and scissors. Instead of red paper, you can take any other bright enough contrast paper, for example, orange or yellow.

At first we show kids how to cut a fairly wide strip from a green sheet.

Corrugated green paper

Corrugated green paper

Then we bend this strip in half (lengthwise) and invite the kids to do the same.

 Fold in half

Fold in half

Now, use scissors to cut the edge that goes through the fold. This easy, at first glance, task may require considerable patience and perseverance from children.

 Make cuts on the fold

Make cuts on the fold

If everything is done correctly, a green corrugated harmonic turns out.

 Cuts

Cuts

Gently, over the cuts,we turn this harmonica into a roll.

 Roll up in a roll

Roll up in a roll

Turned off

Folded

Fix the bundle with a thin strip of the same green paper, tightly tightening its ends and tying them with a double knot. You can use a thin thread or a piece of wire.

 Tying our bass underneath

We tie up our bass underneath

Turning the bundle into a base flower bouquet, bending aside its cut ends.

 Spreading the leaves

Spreading the leaves

Now we cut the heads of tulips out of red paper. To immediately make a few heads, fold the paper accordion. Babies can draw heads on paper.

 Paper Tulips

Paper Tulips

Insert these heads into the base of the bouquet - are obtained tulips with leaves and stems.

 We start sticking tulips

We start sticking tulips

To make the bouquet stronger,you can fix flower heads with glue.

 Bouquet of tulips

Bouquet of tulips

Our master class has come to an end!

A gift for March 8

A gift for March 8

With our own hands, we turned pieces of ordinary corrugated sheet into a lush, saturated with colors, spring a bouquet that any woman will be happy to receive, depending on age.



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