Always valued and valued are not expensive gifts, butmade by hand. We propose to make an unusual airplane from ordinary cardboard. They are quite suitable for young children and do not require the purchase of any materials in the store, since any component of the crafts must be in your home. Since we have a male and a military holiday, we also need paraphernalia to match the aircraft and tank. It's especially touching for dads and grandfathers when children or grandchildren donate their crafts specially collected for the occasion of the holiday. And for the child, in turn, this is pride and joy for a thought-out and skillfully made gift. Aircraft We take a box of matches and A4 cardboard. We have it blue, but you can have any other color. In order not to be confused in size, and the plane turned out to be beautiful, we will measure distances along a matchbox. On the cardboard we draw two strips wide with a matchbox, then one strip along the sheet with a width equal to the thickness of the box and 2 strips of the same width, only the length with this same box. Now take a thin long strip, bend it in half and glue the ends to the center of the box from above and below. The edges of both large strips are slightly roundedscissors, and stick the strips to the box so that they are, exactly in the middle. The wings of our aircraft, with the tail part, have turned out, but so far without a tail. Then we also round off one small stripends and glue it on the bend of the future tail. The last strip is folded in half, and then again in half each half and glue it to the tail part. It remains to cut and paste the propeller. It is cut out of paper in the form of a cross, which also gently round the edges. The propeller is attached to the nose of the aircraft. And the aircraft itself is decorated with a pattern or such pasted flowers or asterisks. Our plane is ready! Such a gift-craft can be presented to the grandfather, the Pope on February 23 or on May 9.