Natural material and clay: DIY crafts
Natural material and clay: DIY crafts
Autumn crafts in the garden of natural materials and clay - create with children!
Handicraft of plasticine and natural materials: mushrooms
You will need:
- clay (you can use several colors, mixing them - as in the photo);
- several pine needles (in order to make grass);
- dried berries rowan to decorate the "glade", which will be a mushroom or mushrooms (optional).
Roll out a little green plasticine, mixing it with blue - the flat cake should be flat enough, but not very thin. Put the acorn in it vertically, with the sharp end down - this is the leg of the fungus.
From above, stick a piece of clay mixture of light colors - it should be more than the top of the acorn and quite thick (just slightly crush the plasticine ball for this, but do not roll it).
On top of this clay, attach the chestnut with the shiny side up, so that the grayish, rough part appears on the clay.First, it’s better to stick chestnut, and secondly, it looks prettier.
Now decorate both the mushroom and the meadow on which it stands. You can leave it as it is, and you can turn it into an amanita by sticking a few small flattened balls of white clay onto a chestnut tree. There you can stick a couple of berries of mountain ash.
Make a grass - stick some pine needles into the plasticine from which the glade-stand is made, right under the acorns. Needles should stick out unevenly, at a slight inclination, like randomly growing grass.
Then press into a plasticine a few berries. You can make a second mushroom - smaller or larger, so that they grow nearby. Forest clearing with a mushroom ready!
Crafts made of natural material: owl
For one owl you will need:
- 1 chestnut;
- 4 acorn caps;
- 2 “wings” from maple seeds;
- 2 dried red berries (any, you can take, for example, mountain ash);
Put two acorn caps very close to each other, with the slots down, and put a little clay on top of each. From above, on clay, vertically place the chestnut - so that the gray, rough part of the nut was in front - this is the tummy of an owl.On top of the chestnut put another rolled cake of clay, slightly larger than the top, so that it hangs down - this is the place for attaching the wings and at the same time the head.
The wings will be from the "wings" of maple seeds - just gently stick them into the clay so that the wide end looks out, and the entire wing is not tightly pressed to the body, but it is not too bristling. You can slightly take him back.
This owl doesn’t have a head as such (and in a real owl it often “merges” visually with the body) - just fasten the last two caps with notches in the plasticine left on top, and in these notches, glue the rowan berries (eyes in the sockets).
Handicraft of plasticine, chestnuts and leaves: butterfly and caterpillar
For these crafts you will need:
- at least 4 chestnuts;
- 2 dry maple leaves;
- “Wings” from maple seeds for horns / feet.
In order to make a butterfly with natural materials, stick together all the chestnuts with clay - the last one will be the head of the butterfly, on which you need to make a face (eyes and smile) from the same clay.Horns from the maple seeds are fixed on the head on the clay, and then glue the wings from the maple leaves to the sides of the body. It is best to fix the wings on the cuttings, stretching them through one of the clay supports of the body segments.
And for the caterpillar you need to do all the same, only replace the wings with legs - from the same "wings" of maple seeds placed between the body segments. There should be a pair of legs on each segment.
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