Bouquet of sweets
Every day, our children demand from us, parents, a lot of patience, love and ... fantasy. True, all our “costs” are more than compensated by happy smiles, sincere hugs and strong kisses that our kids generously give us. Nevertheless, the question of organizing an interesting and cognitive leisure, almost always remains somewhat ajar - a new day, a new leisure, new ideas. What to do today? I propose to make a bouquet of sweets, which will become a sweet and absolutely charming gift for both beloved grandmother and for the best girlfriend of your child. Or maybe the baby sympathizes with the teacher in the kindergarten? So why not devote an hour of free time to create a lovely gift? To create bouquets of sweets with your own hands is a pleasure, especially if you do it with the child. Tasty, beautiful and rather unusual, and original gifts, whatever one may say, is excellent. In our case, moreover, also entertaining) So, in order to create a sweet bouquet with our own hands, we will need very little:- corrugated colored paper of three colors, in our case white, green and purple (you can use any paper for the bouquet wrapping, If only she was easily bent and took the desired shape);- ribbon;- sweets in the form of truffles;- tape;- stationery glue;- scissors;- thin sticks (here you can use, in principle, anything- the frame is visible in the finished form. It will not); - threads. I will cut out the leaves for our future flowers and postpone them for a while: then, we will start directly to the most interesting moment - we will make flowers from sweets. We attach the candy (in our case in the form of a truffle) to the stab wand using tape as follows: Next, cut out a small strip from white paper and twist it in the middle: then we will “put on” the obtained petal on the candy with a twisted middle upward. The lower part of the petal is carefully attached to the stem with a white thread. It turns out something like a pocket. This is our first white petal of the future flower: in the same way we create the required number of petals: the flower cup is ready. Now pay attention to the stalk. With the help of stationery glue, we glue the green leaf cut out in advance, and we wrap the stalk itself with colored paper (after lubricating with glue): we make the required amount of candy flowers: and collect them in the bouquet: it is completely simple, fascinating, entertaining, and in the final result, and in the final result, and ultimately also delicious! Be sure to make this sweet craft with your child. True, sweets may need a little more than it was planned at first about how to make a bouquet with our own hands from real colors we spoke earlier. You can also attract a child to this "adult" lesson, telling him about combinations of colors, colors, shapes and textures. As a result, you will receive another idea for an interesting and cognitive joint leisure, and your baby will feel important and significant, because your mother asked for his help in a real adult business! mostbek skachat
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