Crafts from paper in stages. Do it yourself for beginners
Crafts from paper - the most popular kind of needlework. And constantly there are original approaches to it and branches of this creativity - kirigami, papercrafting, and others, I can not even all, perhaps, list. Today we will focus on the simplest hand-made paper, for beginners. I collected photos, in which the whole process of creating this or that craft is depicted step by step. Looking at such detailed photos of master classes, even children can cope with the task. So, we will prepare paper of different colors, glue and scissors. Beads and other materials can also come in handy for making our creations complete. Useful for many crafts - homemade daddy for different notes, children's drawings or for printed recipes: Schemes of snowflakes, as without them: Volumetric crafts - snowflake master class: Fur-tree with own hands: Sweets: You can fold a bow from the paper, and decorate them with gifts: A large starlet, you can decorate the ceiling / wall / door in the children's room: In my opinion, a very nice hack: a basket of paper - photo in stages: Bookmark for your favorite book for beginners: Angel with your own hands: Step-by-step origami grandfather Frost: What a pretty pussy will come from a roll of toilet paper: And this, it seems, is a little rabbit for beginners: A whole farm with different livestock of paper for playing with children: Paper decoration for your home or how to decorate a wedding with your own hands: Summer Idea - beautiful flowers made of paper by your ownhands. The flower grower from me is useless, therefore I can not write you the names of the below-mentioned flowers, but I can only say that they turn out to be very much even believably similar to the real ones. It's easier for beginners to do handmade crafts when you see photos in stages: My son Yarik and I were very much inspired by the dataideas and went to make, while our youngest is sleeping)) Good luck to you in your creative impulses. Do it, and do not be embarrassed and do not be upset if your first crafts do not turn out to be particularly marketable, everything comes with experience!