Every mom could notice for her babysuch a feature that he rather quickly get bored of purchased and cleverly arranged toys. But the most ordinary thing, which has absolutely no value, can captivate the attention of the child so that he can not be torn off from the toy afterwards. Have you ever wondered how to create such an interesting subject with your own hands? Know, the options are incredible set. And this master class will help you in making a rattle for your beloved child. This toy will be made fromnatural wood, so you can be completely sure of its strength and the safety of your child. But for its manufacture it is necessary to prepare a certain list of initial materials. In advance, look for a wooden ball-billet, wand, small balls, strings and threads, acrylic paint, screws with rivets, putty on wood, a large drill bit, drill, sandpaper and glue gun. After all the materials are found, start making. The first thing to do is to drill a hole in a large wooden bowl. It should be such a diameter that you can insert a wooden handle. Its depth is at least 1 cm. After the hole is ready, glue the handle with an adhesive gun (you can use any glue on wood). When the glue is completely dry, pinch the hole between the parts. Next, screw in our ball two screws with small rings. Arrange them symmetrically for a more beautiful kind of our toy. Now proceed to coloring the rattle. Choose colors and patterns completely at your own discretion. Then take small balls and make of thembeads, drilling holes on through. If these are not available, you can look for finished beads in handicraft shops. These details should also be painted. Now tie the finished beads to the rings, screwed into the ball, using decorative threads or laces. That's how we made a bright wooden rattle. If you include your imagination, then eachparents will be able to make their own masterpiece for their favorite crumbs. Superfluous it will not and will even stand out among the many bought. And this is all because you put a piece of your soul and all your love into it. Surprise and please the child with your own creations.