Paper Butterfly

An incredibly elegant and airy butterfly in the quilling technique will open up to your child new facets of the magic of paper curls and will strengthen his interest in this kind of creativity. Just show how the butterfly is made in the quilling technique, the master class, and the results of this work will please both you and your baby.

 Butterfly in quilling technique

Butterfly in quilling technique

To conduct the lesson you will need:

several rolls of paper tape of bright colors;

a fork or a usual wooden stick (for kids it’s more convenient to work with chopsticks , one end of which is split in two);

some office glue;

are white

The basis for the work will be the elements in the form of eyes.

Make them simple enough: a plug or a stick is needed freely wind the tape, fix the tip with glue, then carefully remove the curl and flatten it on both sides.

 Roll

Roll

We roll the roll

We flatten the roll

There will be a lot of such “eyes” that they will cover the entire surface of the butterfly.

Silhouette We put butterflies on the sheet with a simple pencil. You can use the template to make it easier for the children. The “eyes” are neatly glued inside the contours so that the free space between them remains as small as possible. With glue, they are fixed not to paper, but to each other.

 Lay out the rolls according to the scheme

Lay out the rolls according to the scheme

elements of the same color, lower elements of the other.

 Wings of different colors

Wings of different colors

When the glue dries, carefully remove openwork coating with paper. Before us are four air wings.

 Remove the paper

Remove the paper

For greater strength, around the perimeter, glue each wing with a strip of paper ribbon.

Wrap the paper with paper

Turn the wing paper

We take the tape of dark color, tightly wind it on a stick. Carefully removing the curl, we seek to offset the internal tours outwards. Should be an element that resembles a half of a hornet's nest or a cocoon.



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