Applications for March 8 with their own hands
In many countries of the world, all women, regardless of their social status and age, are happy to celebrate on March 8. And people surrounded by a fair sex are eager to make this day even more pleasant for them. So, husbands congratulate their wives with flowers, brothers of sisters - with small surprises, and babes make their appliqués for their mothers and grandmothers by March 8 with their own hands. At the same time, gifts made independently, deserve the greatest respect, because the child puts all his soul in them.
Materials and Tools
Before you start making any crafts or appliqués by March 8, you need to collect all the necessary tools and materials for yourself with your hands. Among the most important is the need for cardboard, preferably white and color, scissors, a simple pencil, colored paper, standard white sheets, glue and napkins for wiping hands and products. If you plan to produce bulk children's crafts by March 8, then in addition to the listed materials, you will need wire or wooden skewers for flower stems, green tape, plastic cups of yellow and red colors, corrugated paper of several colors - green, brown, yellow, red, purple.
Of course, the child will not use all of the above materials at the same time, but it is important that they are on hand in case he wishes to make several handicrafts for a gift to his mother.
"8" for crafts: template
Since we are talking about various applications, postcards and other handicrafts that are prepared by children for their mothers, grandmothers and aunts as presents on March 8, it is simply impossible to do without a template for making the main figure of the holiday. For this purpose, it is best to use ordinary cardboard, and then circle the workpiece on the contour, putting it on a sheet of colored paper, directly during the manufacture of the application by March 8. The patterns of the eights do not have to be in the hands of each child, they are quite a few for the group.
For the manufacture of "8" it is necessary to fold the cardboard in half, on one side of it from the edge where the bend passes, to draw half the figure, which should consist of the outer and inner contours. Next, cut out the template and align it. Thus, we get the figure eight, which will facilitate the further work of children during the making of the applique by March 8th with their own hands. Cut out already from a colored paper the figure-eight can be bandaged with a ribbon in the middle, so that the finished article looks more interesting. This figure can be glued to the postcard, and to vases with flowers, and to many other crafts by March 8.
Chamomile for postcard
Camomiles are one of the most delicate and beautiful flowers, which is why they are perfect for making appliques by March 8th. Templates for them the child will not be difficult at all, because every kid has repeatedly seen this flower.
For the production of chamomile, you will need on a white sheet of paper, folded in half, to draw a flower with a lot of long and narrow petals, it is important that they do not come in contact. Then cut the chamomile on the contour, having received two blanks. Such chamomiles will need five, preferably of different sizes.
Folding postcard to March 8
When glueing on the postcard, chamomile will need to be stacked on top of each other to give the flower a volume. In this case, the finished application will have a more original appearance by March 8. The postcard also provides for the presence of a figure eight, cut from the bright paper in the above-described pattern, 5 yellow circles to form the middle of the flowers and 5 leaves cut from the green paper.
Next, a sheet of colored cardboard should be folded in half, glued to the top of the figure eight, next to it from different directions, slightly covering it, chamomiles, and to them already - leaflets. In order for the postcard to look more interesting, the edges of the middle and leaves should be cut with a pair of scissors.
Volumetric paper application
Due to the fact that in early spring all the flower beds in our latitudes are "gray", the "March 8" application made of paper, represented by three-dimensional colors, can be an excellent choice. To do this, from colored two-sided sheets you need to cut out a lot of petals, round at the top and pointed at the bottom. Similarly, the leaves should look like, only for their manufacture should use green paper. For stems, corrugated paper flagellates must be twisted.
Each flower should consist of 5 petals. In order for them to look three-dimensional, each of them should be folded in the middle at the base and glued, and then placed in the appropriate order on the base and glued. Middle of the flowers draw a contrasting paint. Stick stems and leaves, pre-fold them in a manner similar to petals. Here's the application for March 8! A postcard with three-dimensional flowers is sure to please the mother or grandmother of a child, and will not require too much effort from him.
A branch of mimosa: a crease of corrugated paper
An excellent presentation for the mother can be a baby-made applique made of corrugated paper, a twig of mimosa. To do this, you need to draw on the cardboard of any color, except green and yellow, a simple pencil draw contours of the branch. In order for children to do this, you can show them a picture of the plant or draw it on the board.
Further from the corrugated paper it is necessary to cut out a three-centimeter strip in length corresponding to the length of the drawn branches. Strips should be twisted in the form of a stalk. Then each of them on one side, spread glue and fix on the contours of the drawn branch. You should start with the main one, and finish with the smallest ones that are present in the application by March 8. With your hands on, you will need to cut out of the paper yellow squares of 4x4 cm, which need to be rolled into balls. It will be mimosa flowers. Each ready-made ball must be spread with glue on one side and glued to a branch, forming a composition.
What kind of mimosa without leaves? After all, then the unfinished application will be "March 8". The senior group of the kindergarten will easily cope with this task. After all, all you need is to cut wide leaves, make their edges jagged and glue the branches at the base. At the final stage, you need to make a frame. To do this, it is necessary to cut out two-centimeter stripes from pasteboard relative to what is the main background, colors, and paste them along the perimeter of the finished image.
The artwork for March 8: a bouquet of lilies
Children's crafts by March 8 can be presented in the form of not only flowers glued to the base, but also whole bouquets placed in a vase. Some of the most interesting and easy to make are lilies. In order to get the petals of this flower, the child needs to place his palm on a white sheet of paper and use a simple pencil to traverse it along the contour and then cut it. It is assumed that the bouquet will consist of three flowers, respectively, such parts will need three. To obtain the middle of the lily, it is necessary to cut out a long strip of yellow plastic cup. It should be narrow in the middle and expand to the edges.
From the green colored paper you need to cut long and wide leaves. For each flower you need 2 leaves, that is, there must be a total of 6. To obtain the stem, wire or wooden skewers should be wrapped with a tape tape.
Folding lilies in a bouquet
So, let's start assembling the bouquet. At the upper end of the stem, it is necessary to fix the middle of the lily with glue and wrap around it a palm print cut from white paper. If you want to get a magnificent flower, then these prints will need two. A little below the middle of the stem, it is necessary to paste the leaves on both sides. As a vase, you can use a plastic cup, turned upside down. Ready lilies should be stuck in the bottom of the glass. Thanks to this, the craft will be stable and can always please the look.