On the Victory Day, May 9, it is customary to give veteranscarnations. Many people prefer to buy flowers in the store, but there are also avid handymen who do not allow themselves to miss a chance to make something with their own hands. Just for fans to spend hours and minutes in their creative workshops, I want to share not a difficult master class, how to make a carnation as a present to a close person from corrugated paper (just like this, simple paper napkins can be used in this craft). If you have kids, make a craft yourself - carnations made of paper with them, it will also be a good reason to tell them about the Victory Day celebration in the Second World War, which is celebrated annually on May 9. You can take papers of different natural colors, so that the work is bright and smart. We need several sheets of paper, scissors, thread or wire. First, we put 3-4 leaves on top of each other. Let's combine them in the form of an accordion. Center it with a thread or wire. Now you need to bend the resulting accordion frompaper in half and trim the edges, as shown in the photo, so that the handicraft later became like a carnation flower. If you have special zigzag scissors, then use them to make your work natural. Then we will unfold the flower and make the carnation lush petals. Here is such a smart gift you can make a veteran of paper with your own hands. See our crafts for May 9th.