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Flower garland for the children‘s room

Flower garland for the children‘s room
45 min Easy

Make your own flower garland and add a dash of colour to your children‘s room!
The Noris junior coloured pencil is not only perfect for small children‘s hands and comes in a variety of brilliant colours, but they can even be applied with water. So there is no limit to creative flower design.

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Step-by-step tutorial

Print and cut out the flower template.

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Paint the templates with Noris junior coloured pencil. One flower consists of 3 blossoms on top of each other in different sizes. If you want more variety, you can also paint the flowers in different colours, patterns or with colour gradients.

Now the flowers have a watercolour effect. To do so, wipe over your painted blossoms with a damp brush.

When everything is nice and dry, use a pencil to roll the tips of the flowers a little to let them protrude a little from the flower underneath.

Now always stick 3 petals together in the middle. Apply the glue only in the middle to allow the flower tips to float freely.

Make several flowers from different colours and shapes this way.

Now attach the flowers to a string with small wooden washing pegs and decorate them.

Material overview

What you need

Additionally required:

Pritt glue stick, White paper (80g), Flower template, Water cups, Small clothes pegs, Cord

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