Dromenvanger van een bordje!

Dromenvanger van een bordje!

Gisteren kwamen alleen de oudste twee knutselvriendinnetjes om te knutselen . We maakte een dromenvanger van een wegwerpbordje !

Wat heb je nodig:

  • Papieren bordje 
  • garen ( niet te dik ) 
  • veertjes en andere versierseltjes zoals kraaltjes of stickertjes 
  • naald
  • schaar

Hoe ga je te werk :

  • Je begint met het uitknippen van het middengedeelte van het bordje zoals je hier op de foto ziet .
  • Daarna maak je een patroon met garen , met een stopnaald steek je het garen vrij makkelijk door het bordje. Voor jonge kinderen kan je eerst gaatjes maken zodat ze met een plastic naald zelf kunnen rijgen 
  • Daarna ga je het bordje versieren , je kan plaatjes plakken , stickertjes gebruiken of zelf tekenen of kleuren 

  • Vervolgens maak je aan de onderkant drie gaatjes waar je de draadjes met veertjes aan kan hangen. 
  • Ik gebruikte hier ook nog wat gesmolten strijkkralen waar ik eerder mee knutselde , met die strijkkralen klemde ik de veertjes vast , zo werk je het knoopje van het draadje mooi weg 
  • Je duwt de kralen dus over het uiteinde van de veer en het vastgemaakte draadje
  • Daarna nog wat versierseltjes toevoegen en klaar is je dromenvanger 

Het was weer een leuk middagje knutselen !

Greetz Lenie 

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African mask crafting
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