One of the most favorite holidays for womenis an international women's day, which is celebrated on March 8. All girls, girls, women look forward to pleasant congratulations and, of course, presents on this day. What can surprise your beloved grandmothers, sisters, moms and aunts on this joyous spring day? And to make it absolutely not difficult, and in our case also practically for free. Postcards for March 8, which you will prepare for this momentous day and do it yourself, will be able to cheer up and charm any of your favorite women. What is the plot to choose when manufacturing suchsurprises? Of course you need a purely feminine theme - it can be delicate bouquets of flowers, elegant hats and shoes, handbags and a dress, and for caring business grandmothers you can make cards with aprons or colorful cups. You can use lovely butterflies in your works or decorate a postcard with beautiful lace and satin ribbons. Choosing scenes for your gifts, you can completely rely on your own taste but take into account the weaknesses and passions of your relatives or girlfriends - those to whom your greeting cards are in fact intended. If you decide to make your postcard fromcolor paper, it is not difficult to make a bouquet of sunny daisies. Take as a basis color cardboard. Bend a sheet of cardboard in half, giving it the shape of an opening card. On the central part, paste colored paper so that the rim of the cardboard becomes a kind of frame for the postcard. From not thick cardboard or yellow paper, cut out three circles for the middle of the daisy, and from the white ones themselves are flowers with long petals, as it should be with daisies. Form for the flower form so that when the middle is glued to the flower itself, the petals can be slightly bent and thereby give the card a volume. Stick the petals to the postcard is not necessary, only its middle. From the green cardboard, cut out three long strips for the stems. They also should not be glued to the very end, let their lower part remain a little sticking out. Camomiles and their stems form a bouquet and paste on the postcard slightly at an angle so that one of the flowers with its petals slightly protrudes beyond the edge of the postcard from the side where it will open. Now take the paper of the same color as the background itself and cut out a small rectangle from it. You paste it in the center of the bouquet on the stems and write congratulations on it, perhaps it is better to make it with white acrylic paint. From under this rectangle, unglued parts of the stems will also have to stick out. The edging of the rectangle is also outlined with white paint and thus beautifully isolates the inscription on it. On the background draw hearts, you can have different shapes and sizes, and just above the rectangle you glue a ribbon bow or other material that is available. The postcard is ready, now write in it the most intimate wishes of yours and can safely hand over to the person to whom it is intended.