Decorate the autumn photo shoot - and justwalk in good weather! - will help the crown of leaves. Autumn leaves are so bright and attractive that it is tempting to take them in hand and maybe make something. And if the air is still warm, teach your daughter how to make a crown of autumn leaves with your own hands quickly and easily.
How to make a crown of leaves: what you need
And we need nothing at all: a few beautiful maple leaves. And at home, you can use and an awl - it is very convenient to pierce holes, which will then enter the stalks of fallen leaves.
Crown of leaves with their own hands: a master class
Leaves for the crown is better to choose about one.size. To create an accessory for a doll or child, give preference to miniature leaves. So, fresh, beautiful autumn leaves in front of us. Take any of the leaves and bend as shown in the photo. With a stalk of the second leaf or an awl we make holes. Immediately pass the stem of the second leaf into the holes. We move both leaflets as tightly as possible. This becomes possible if the holes are not made too large. We bend the second sheet, following the example of the first - we bend back the bottom of the sheet. We continue to string and fold leaves, forming the canvas of the future "crown". Stringing leaves until we reach the required length. We wrap the canvas with a ring and insert the stalk of the first leaf into the last leaf in a familiar way. That's it, the hand-made leaf crown is ready! The front of the crown can be decorated with a small leaf of maple. Of course, such an accessory is a decoration for one.day-night And the next day the leaves will hurt. But let's rejoice at the current joyful moment and catch the last warm rays of the sun and enjoy the bright colors of generous autumn. Moreover, tomorrow new leaves will fall. And you can make another crown of leaves! And if you want to capture the beauty of autumn in a more durable way - at your service. Beautiful, unusual and useful for the development of fine motor skills. Eva Casio specifically for the site Workshops on needlework Previous article: Next article: