Quilling mimosa for beginners

For small children, just starting their acquaintance with the technique of "quilling", you need to select such options of work that will help develop and strengthen interest in a new kind of creativity. A good example is a sprig of mimosa. Quilling in this composition is represented by the main element - roll, the practice of which will be useful for every beginner.

 Quilling mimosa for beginners

Quilling mimosa for beginners

An unusual base gives special interest to this craft: instead of the usual cardboard or paper sheet, a compact disc is used here.

To make a beautiful mimosa using quilling technique, prepare in advance:

  • forked at the end of a wand (toothpick, match), a special (factory) slingshot for quilling, or any wooden stick with a rough surface;
  • brown and yellow paper strips;
  • green corrugated paper sheet;
  • unnecessarycompact disk;
  • good (fast-curing) stationery or transparent polymer glue;
  • stick for its application;
  • scissors.

Getting Started!

Putting a CD on your work surface.

 Unnecessary disk

Unnecessary disk

Take a brown paper strip in your hands.

 Strip of brown paper

Strip of brown paper

Crossing waving around the central axis, we give it a volume.

 Twist

Twist

Glue several such bulky strips onto a disc. This will be the basis of mimosa twigs.

 Arrange branches on the disk

Arrange the branches on the disk

Take a yellow strip of paper.

Yellow strip paper

A yellow strip of paper

We twist it onto a stick, forming a roll.

 Screw the strip on the strip alochka

We twist the strip on the stick

Fix the tip of the strip with glue,so that it does not unwind.

 Glue the tip

Glue the tip

The roll should be quite bulky and dense.

Roll ready!

The roll is ready!

In the same way, we make many rolls with which we cover the branches pasted on the disc. The quilling mimosa for beginners is good, which makes it possible to perfect the ability to roll paper curls.

 We spread the flowers of mimosa on the disk

We spread the flowers of mimosa on the disk

The tips of the branches, like flower heads, are covered with rolls on both sides.

 Mimosa branch in the technique of quilling

Mimosa branch in the technique of q opening

Cut green leaves from green corrugated sheets.

 Green leaves

Green leaves

We cut the edges of the leaves to make them resemble mimosa leaves.

We cut the leaves

We cut the leaves

Glue the leaves to the floral sprigs.

 Mimosa with leaves

Mimosa with leaves

We have the real mimosa!

 Mimosa in quilling technique

Mimosa in the technique of quilling

Quilling, made with your own hands by a child under the guidance of an adult, in this case will seem This is a complicated and fascinating activity, and eventually the child will surely show a desire to master the process of making more complex paintings.



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