Diy Moederdag kaart met verborgen boodschap


Vandaag een leuke kaart die voor moederdag of vaderdag gebruikt kan worden! 

Maak een kaart waar een verborgen boodschap ik zit, waarbij de hartjes verdwijnen als je aan de tag trekt.


Telescope crafting of kitchen roll and toilet rolls
When I saw the beautiful picture book Armstrong, I only wanted one thing: tinkering a telescope! And of course one that you can really look through, so you can look at the moon, just like the mouse from the book. With a kitchen roll, 5 empty toilet rolls and gold corrugated cardboard, you make a stargazer as you see here. You want to know how to craft him? Look below, get started and watch the moon with your own star-viewer! Armstrong Torben Kuhlman / The Four Windlines A small step for a mouse...Themes: space travel, rocket, persevering America, 1954, a small mouse discovered through its telescope that the moon is a sphere of stone, not a hole cheese as he and the other mice have long thought. When he hears that a mouse has ever flown, he decides: “I will be the first mouse on the moon!” An exciting story with a short history of space travel in the back. SPECIMEN Supplies:1 Kitchen roll, 5 toilet rolls, 1 sheet of gold corrugated cardboard, 1 styrofoam ball, 3 long satestokjes, 4 wooden beads, piece of aluminum foil, paint lead color (e.g. Creall Top Deco acrylic paint), glue (e.g. Creall Hobby glue), 4 pins, scissors, pieces of painting tape. Handy are 2 clothespins and a puncture pen. Method: Slide 2 toilet rolls over the kitchen roll and glue Make 2 rolls a piece narrower by cutting a piece away and then sticking it again with painting tape. Painting tape is easy to paint over, ordinary adhesive tape does not Cut 1 roll and cut the corners around. This will be the holder of the tripod Paint all parts, so the long viewer, the 2 smaller rolls, the holder and the 4 wooden beads Cut strips from the gold-colored corrugated cardboard and glue them to the viewer. With clothespins you squeeze it together so that the glue can dry well without having to hold it for a long time. Glue the bead in the middle of the small roll and glue it on top of the long sleeve For the tripod: Cut out a piece of the styrofoam a little hollow so that the roundness of the holder fits well Wrap aluminum foil around the ball Prick the ball to the holder with 4 pins. Prick the holes with a puncture pen Now prick the 3 legs into the ball so that the tripod stands firmly Glue the 3 beads at the bottom of the legs If you look closely through your telescope, you might see the moon mouse, its space capsule or a flag on the moon. Want to know more about the first mouse or first human on the moon? Take a quick look at the book and experience an astronomical adventure! The reading corner has made a reading video with this book! Watch the teaser here: The most beautiful fish of the sea - crafts - Read more The Color Monster Crafting of Popsicle Sticks - Read more The Color Monster sorts his feelings - tinkering - Read more Joupy the Small Seal - Crafts with Paper Plate - Read more Mail: ilse@deknutseljuf.nl - The Craft Teacher Ede Crea with Kids 2-12yrs /Website: Crea with Kids 0-12 yrs - Crafts for children 0-4 years - Crea with Kids BSO 4-12 years / Crea with Adults - logon /register with Yoors (free and without obligation) #telescoop #knutselen #armstrong #prentenboek #keukenrol #boekknutsel #knutseltip #devierwindstreken #torbenkuhlmann #naardemaan #reisnaardemaan #muis #avonturen #creall
Frank Zappa
Biography Within rock Frank Zappa was considered a diverse talent. He was a brilliant guitarist, an unsurpassed band leader and an incomparable social satirist. He started in the 1960s as the leader of the crazy avant-rock pioneers The Mothers. His subsequent solo work included everything from jazz rock to orchestral pieces, always brought with the humour that was Zappa's trademark. He succumbed to cancer in 1993 but the astonishing fertile workaholic left behind an awesome oeuvre. Genius is a word that is too often used in pop music, but it definitely relates to Zappa. Zappa.com - Frank Zappa would have turned 80 years old on December 21, if he hadn't died on December 4, 1993, almost 27 years ago, at 52 years old.. And while we're working on numbers: the newly released album The Mothers 1970 (four CDs) is number 116 in its catalogue. The fact that production has not stopped after his death is due to the efforts of the heirs Zappa, who has been doing good works since the death of Zappa's wife Gail, with son Ahmet and Joe Travers, the manager of Zappa's legendary vault full of recordings, as driving forces. In the house he once inhabited, his complete oeuvre is stored in a separate wing. The impact of almost 53 years of Frank Zappa. More than a human life can actually contain. Director Alex Winter was given access to the personal archive of the musician, provocateur and 'experimentalist' Zappa (129 min.), who breathed his last breath after an eventful life and career in 1993. Reworked version of an episode of TROS TV Show Op Reis from 1991 - the longer original version can be found here, this version was edited just after the death of Frank. In this episode Ivo Niehe visits eccentric pop musician Frank Zappa in Los Angeles. In addition to singer Frank acts as an investment advisor on American television and as a mediator between American businessmen and entrepreneurs from the Eastern bloc. In his studio, based in his home in Hollywood, he takes care of all the music and recordings himself. CLUSTER 1993 Frank Zappa TV Special (1991) - The tragic true story of Frank Zappa Frank Zappa took creative risks that few musicians would consider. He also wrote experimental classical music and gallaced all over the world. But Frank Zappa's life wasn't always rosy. His upbringing was rocky and his family life was also hard. Here's the tragic story of Frank Zappa..