The pagan origins of Valentine's day ~...

The pagan origins of Valentine's day ~ Lupercalia ~ Lupa

Lupa (Latin for “she-wolf”; plural: Lupae) can refer to: a female wolf (Canis lupus).

Sacred She-Wolf of Roman legend, nurse of the foundling twins Romulus and Remus.
Lupa' s temple harlots wer...

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Making autumn piece of clay with children
We have already seen how to turn a large autumn leaf into a beautiful bowl withself-hardening clay. The soft white,air-drying, modeling clay from Creall is well suited for this. The grain of the leaf creates a nice effect. Also with children you can make these nice prints easy. Especially nice when it rains outside and the wind blows hard!With a clay roller or a rolling pin, evenly flatten the clayPut the sheet on it and cut out the shape with a molding spatulaCarefully remove the leaf and place the clay leaf on a balloon to dry.Use a cocktail stick to write the name of the maker on the sheet (=bottom).After drying, you can paint the clay molds with acrylic paints. Metallic colors are totally super! Or use sweet unicorn colors or bright cheerful colors. Of course, it does not have to be just brown:)Paint some acorns and caps and possibly make some rose from leaves. Collapse and fold leaves together with a little dexterity and wrap them with flower-binding thread. For children this is too difficult! But without a folded rose, the dish is also nice!Decorate the bowl nicely with atealight and ready is yourhomemade autumn decoration!The clear step-by-step photos have been submitted by Dear Joos . She has been a welcome parent (guest parent) for almost 20 years and is often creative with her babysitting children. She regularly has inspiring ideas that she would like to share with us.Liesbet from Creatief met Toddlers also made beautiful clay beads, together with the children. She also likes to share her photos below!Collect a few leaves from the garden and let the leaves dry for 1 dayGive your toddler a ball of clay and a rolling pin. (Help with flattening the clay)When it is beautifully flat, your toddler can put a leaf of your choice on it. Soft over rolling again.Cut off excess clay and place them in a bowl to get the shape of a bowl.When it's dry, your toddler can paint them.Autumn leaf - shell of self-hardening clay - The Craft Teacher EdeRead moreFather's Day Craft Tip: Funny Memoclip Monsters of Clay - The Craft Teacher EdeRead moreIdeal for these leaves projects is this soft, white modeling clay, which dries in the air and hardens by itself, without baking it in the oven.This Do & Dry Clay is advantageous for sale, online in the Creall Shop ( CLICK HERE ). There you can buy many more fine Creall products, such as paint, wax chalk, clay, chalk, glue and other handy hobby materials. Your order will be FREE HOME RELVED from 25 euros!Tip: When you order the voucher codecreametkids, you'll even get a pack of Creall Do Dry included for FREE! The voucher code is valid until the end of 2021.Mail: ilse@deknutseljuf.nlDo you want to post a comment, ask something or give a like?Sign up first (free) here at Yoors: - Free registration with Yoors#herfst#herfstbladeren#kleibladeren#herfstdecoratie#herfststukje#blaadjesvanklei#bladvanklei#kleien#boetseerklei#boetseren#bladerenvanklei#knutselen#creatiefmetkinderen#herfstknutsel#kleischaaltjes#peuterknutselen
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