We have already offered you several options.creations, including creative ones. But today's master class tells in detail how to make a Easter card with the Easter cake depicted on it and painted eggs. In order to repeat our experience, it is enough to have some simple materials on hand. which can be found in almost every home where a needlewoman lives or there is a child over 3 years old, some free time and a desire to create.
To make a postcard for Easter, you will need the following materials and tools:
thick watercolor paper; color paper;Double-sided tape; red marker; scissors; pastel; pencil; glue gun; packing paper with an interesting pattern; mini decor: beads, rhinestones, ladybug.
How to make a postcard for Easter from paper: job description
Cut out a sheet of watercolor paper blank rectangular shape. Then fold it in half, and fold the lineThoroughly press through with your fingers so that all irregularities and folds disappear. I got a postcard folded 12x9 cm in size. The basis for the card is ready! On the outline of the base with a pencil, draw festoons (or you can use curly scissors). Carefully cut the workpiece on the drawn line. Black and purple pastel crayons tint the edges of the postcard. Cut out the second layer of the Easter card - a rectangular blank of light blue color; let the contour be figured too. And we tint it with pastel crayons. Both parts of the postcard are glued together whendouble sided tape To make the volume brighter, we pre-glue together a few pieces of scotch, and then attach the part to the workpiece. Another option: use bulk glue pads. We make the cake itself. The basis of the cake is a brown rectangle, and the topping is a randomly drawn and cut out “cloud” with “slips” on white paper. Our two-part cake is glued to the front side of the postcard. Use glue or double-sided tape - as you prefer. Cut out three Easter eggs from the wrapping paper with a bright print. Glue them to the bottom of the postcard. From green paper we make a couple of green leaves - and hide them between the eggs. Making a "ribbon". To do this, glue across the eggs a strip of blue paper or a real ribbon. On the center of the strip we glue a small bow. The ends of the girdling tape are cut so that the tips can be hidden behind the contour of the eggs. We make out a cake. On the "glaze" red marker put the dots of different sizes. And after - we glue colored beads and rhinestones. Tip: You can make a cake “just like a real one” if you apply a thin layer of PVA glue on the glaze and sprinkle it with real sugar topping in the form of balls, sticks, stars, etc. The top right corner of the postcard is complemented with a green leaf and a bright detail in the form of a ladybug. As you can see, making a postcard for Easter can be relatively fast, but for sure - it is interesting and easy! Enjoy your creative minutes! Olya Vedutova specifically for the site Previous article: Next article: