A Craft With Flakes - Decorative Plate

05/08/2014, 16:31

This hand-made craft is easy to make and will be interesting for even the smallest children. It is very original, and decorating is a real process for the development of fine motor skills.

Prepare:

  • paper plate
  • gouache
  • PVA glue
  • oat-flakes
  • semolina
  • corn flakes
   

 

The stages of this hand-made craft are quite simple: paint a plate with gouache and let it dry. When it is completely dry, apply PVA glue on the edges of the plate and sprinkle it with oat-flakes. Draw a pattern with glue on the center of the plate and sprinkle it with corn flakes. Remove extra flakes.

SSprinkle the additional pattern of PVA glue with semolina. In intervals between patterns you can stick peas. When finished, you will have a beautiful creation!

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