To work, you need the following components:
- Whatman paper (or a piece of wallpaper);
- blue gouache;
- a brush (or a piece of foam);
- a sheet of white paper;
- double-sided colored paper in pink and green;
- thermal gun;
- a simple pencil;
- a twig of a tree.
From a sheet of white paper we cut out a stencil of a flower with round petals.
On this stencil we cut flowers from pink double-sided colored paper. There should be a pair of them.
On half of the flowers, bend the petals forward. The second half remains unchanged.
We glue a flower with bent petals with a thermogun onto a flower with straight petals.
We make 6-10 colors.
From green double-sided paper, cut out oval-shaped leaves and slightly bend one of the corners.
Glue flowers and leaves on a tree branch. They are securely fixed with a thermal gun.
Whatman paint gouache with blue paint using a brush or a piece of foam.
Here is a wall newspaper. We glue the text information on the paper (the place on the photo is indicated by blue paper), and in the middle of the flowers we place photos on the topic.
Original, interesting and unusual. Such wall newspapers are often posted by kindergarten teachers or teachers in schools.
Flowers can be cut out of white paper, they will look no less attractive.
If you have corrugated paper, then the leaves from it will also fit harmoniously into the work.
To fix a twig on a Whatman paper, you can use a needle and a black thread. So she will keep even more reliable.
On the empty space of whatman paper you can glue miniature flowers cut with the help of a figured hole punch from the remains of colored paper.