Bijen knutselen - lieve bijtjes van chenilledraad


Vorig jaar had ik er al een gemaakt. Maar onze kat, had hem al vaak te pakken gehad. Op een of andere manier is onze kat dol op chenilledraad figuurtjes. Ook de chenilledraad spinnetjes die ik had waren favoriet. Steeds pakte ik het bijtje af, legde ik het weer ergens neer en paar dagen later zag ik hem  toch weer lopen met mijn bijtje. Een beetje verfrommeld is hij ervan geworden, dus niet zo mooi meer om te fotograferen.. 

Vandaag heb ik, naar aanleiding van de Nationale Bijentelling daarom maar 3 nieuwe en frisse bijtjes gemaakt, het was zo gepiept! Dus 3 bijtjes heb ik al geteld, en zal ik op mijn bijentelling formulier invullen :)

Werkwijze:

  • Neem 2 chenilledraden, rol ze om een pen en schuif het van de pen. 
  • Prik de kraal aan het lijfje. Dat kan met een beetje lijm, maar het blijft ook zonder lijm gewoon zitten. 
  • Prik de voelsprieten in het bovenste gaatje van de kraal.
  • Vorm vleugels van 1 zwart chenilledraad en draai het 1x tussen het lijfje door
  • Plak oogjes, teken neusje en mondje met een watervaste stift.


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