quarta-feira, 24 de setembro de 2008
segunda-feira, 15 de setembro de 2008
Cut a round head shape from thin cardboard. Then, cut a triangle from bright cardboard for the fairy�s body.
Cut two bright paper triangles for hair. Then, cut curves along the bottom edges and round off the points at the top.
|Glue the head onto the body, and glue the hair onto the head so that the pieces touch at the top. Then, draw a face|
|Cut a square of pink net for the fairy�s wings. Then, cut a long piece of bright ribbon to hang the fairy from|
|Scrunch the middle of the netting and tie it with one end of the ribbon. Then cut two long pieces of ribbon for legs.|
Turn the body over and tape the wings onto it with the long piece of ribbon pointing up. Tape the legs on too.
To make the arms, bend the bumpy part of a drinking straw and cut it so that both ends are the same length.
Press the bumpy part of the straw onto a piece of poster tack. Then, press it onto the back of the fairy, just about the wings.
For feet, thread beads onto the fairy�s legs and tie knots below them. Then, press a sticker on her hair and hang her up.
little party bags
YOU WILL NEED
Decorations and buttons
Cord or ribbon
NOTE: You can make the pattern larger or smaller; shorter or taller.
Cut out the pattern and make the folds on the dotted lines and the slits to make the tabs.
The tabs will be at the bottom of the pattern (the bottom of the bag).
Put a small amount of glue on the underside of tabs 1 and 2.
Fold the bag and adhere the small tabs 1 and 2 to the centre longer tab 3.
Run a thin line of glue on the underside edge of the remaining long bottom tab 4.
Glue tab 4 to the bottom of the bag.
Run a thin line of glue along the outside of tab 5 (running the height of the pattern) and glue the bag shut.
You can glue bag handles to the inside top of the bag on each side, or punch holes and thread the handles through. You might instead like to try cord, ribbon, string, twine or wool.
And finally, decorate the front of the bag with button blooms.