What motivates us to believe in miracles and waitmagic during the New Year holidays? Of course, children's pleasant memories of how the whole family gathers at the table to celebrate the coming of the New Year, and then - the Nativity of Christ. But, in order to recreate such an atmosphere, our parents have always tried to equip all the necessary attributes: they prepared a festive table, decorated the house with various toys, and prepared gifts.
Origami New Year's grandfather frost - how to make jewelry yourself?
Santa Claus is the main symbol of the New Year andthe most coveted character that children around the world are waiting for. Making up lists and letters to be sent to the old grandfather in a red fur coat, we try to follow all the rules to please him. Children are engaged in the design of postcards, and adults in the meantime - are thinking out new ways of decorating the house. For you, a special version of a unique decoration with your own hands is presented, with the help of which you can realize the modern and unique grandfather of frost. Santa Claus figurines and necessary materials The technique of origami is a modern waydeformation of paper in the desired objects. Techniques of modular origami prefer the connection of different particles - modules into one composition. This master class will tell you about the way to create a large Santa Claus under the Christmas tree, which will make your holiday even more unforgettable and beautiful.
- Prepare sheets A4
- It is necessary to take 17 sheets of blue color to create 211 modules
- Let's take also 13 sheets of white for 207 modules
- It will take one pink sheet to create 17 modules
Forming a Snowman Let's start our work. First, you need to divide the A4 sheet into 16 particles. We will get the shapes of rectangles, with which we will create the basic components in the form of modules. Next, we make the module itself. To do this, prepare a rectangle sheet and bend it into two parts, using the placement along. Further, the sheet is bent across, after,an average line is indicated. After, it is necessary to put the workpiece angle to the top and bend the edges, using the middle. Next, turn the module to bend the bottom part on top of it. We make angles folding. They need to be bent using the shape of a small trefoil. The corners respectively bend to the inner part. Further, our work is bent into two parts. The form of the module is obtained. Work on the face modulesfarther. To do this, you need to take five white modules and arrange them according to the layout of the photos. Next, we assemble the chain into three rows in the form of white modules. Next, we close the chain in the shape of the ring and turn the ring out. Then, three rows are filled with blue modules. The seventh row is the beginning of the beard of the future Father Frost. After, two white modules are made inside, the blue ones are arranged in the same way. For the eighth row, you need to attach three modules of white color, then we form blue modules. The eighth row is fixed with the help of three modules of white color. Then the blue modules are fixed. On each row, the number of white modules increases by two. After, for the eleventh row (beard and hermiddle) a red module is inserted, which will be the mouth. After, on the twelfth row, we make a set of white modules that are dressed over the beard as well as usual. For the thirteenth row to the red module, we dress white on the long side, and also two pink color modules with the short side. Using the fourteenth row, we put on six pink color modules with a short side. End and finish of the snowman In the fifteenth rowWe use eight modules in pink color, and also we use 17 modules of white color. 16 and 17 row we use a white module with a short side to form a cap. After that, put on the blue module, which is worn through the short side. Then, the blue modules are dressed, also with the short side in the outer part. Three white as well as 5 blue modules. Glue the eye and insert the nose! The snowman is completely ready! Now our New Year crafts can be placed somewhere near the Christmas tree, or used as a gift for a loved one!