How does aluminum foil tinkering work?


What has #aluminiumfolie , wire, and glue and cardboard with each other? You can use them together in a special craft.What do you need for it? ::To begin with, cardboard. This could just be an old box/lid you still have at home. Or you can get a box at one of the supermarkets.

Step 1:Determine the size of your craft and cut out that size with craft scissors. If the cardboard is thicker, let an adult cut it out with a stanley knife.

Step 2:You choose an image of, for example, a coloring page. {You can also think of a drawing yourself!} You can draw these on the cardboard. You can fill in this image with a glue gun on the lines. As a result, the lines are filled which gives a relief. The second option is to start sticking wire on the lines with glue. So that also gives relief. So much for the image.

Step 3:The entire image. so especially between the lines, are smeared with white craft glue. The image is filled to the smallest corners.

Step 4:cut out a piece of aluminum foil. Carefully apply this to the pre-glued cardboard with the picture. Pressing is best done if the foil is properly on the image. You do this by emotionally looking up the lines with your fingers. Do this with a sort of stroking movement with your fingers so that you pull out the foil in terms of relief and rub the gaps nicely smooth. Work excess foil from the sides to the back. {glue} If you are satisfied then the image can dry.

Step 5:Now you have a beautiful image in foil and you can now color it. What are you using for that now? You can use Edding Markers/ Hey, Sharpie permanent markers to start coloring. Give your own idea in terms of color to the image. If you have made a kind of surface distribution as an image then it is nice to combine the colors.

Now it's still a lot of fun to get some ideas.. get inspired and get busy with this fun craft!

Below are 2 submitted ideas made by the grandchildren of Trees Refude. You see one before and one after picture:

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This image is a beautiful play of lines with various sizes of faces. This can draw yourself as an image.

Source: ourartlately.blogspot.com

Here is an image where you mainly make long lines that branch out every now and then.

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A variation of lines, shapes and figures.

Source: Iris Green Eyes

A total of works from a class that has also worked out with this fun craft.

Source: afaithfulattempt.blogspot.com

A kind of zentangle way of filling the image.

Source: letslassothemoon.com

With this fish some extra structures have been used under the foil. So you can also use some rougher fabrics or some kind of net.

Source:Teach Kids Art

Many ways and yet each again unique!

Source: plastiquem.blogspot.com.es

And so an image can look like if you have completely colored it.

Source: pagingfunmums.com

You can make all kinds of shapes. Use your imagination and see what you can make!

Source: kids-finelines.blogspot.com

Submissions-photos of crafts with aluminum foil:

From Anouk Troost I had received this nice elaborated craft of aluminium foil. She made these with the children with coloring pages of group 6!

Sofie has submitted this submission, a nice aluminum glasses with transparent “glasses” Nice hear Sofie!

And this super nice contribution from Anneke de Vries.This is her story about Owls:

On cardboard with a pencil draw an owl, then with glue gun over the lines. Then lubricate with prittpen and then gently put the aluminium foil over it. Using the back of a pencil, make the lines of the glue gun visible and finally lubricate it with shoe polish. It was a multi-day project, but the kids loved it! They hung in class for 5 weeks


And this nice contribution by Esmee Vlaar:

“Trophies, made during the Olympics”

Bianca Terlouwfrom: Everything Kids sent these nice aluminium foil works in. She tells us, “Art with aluminum foil. “ This is done on a culture morning with group 1/2. First apply glue on a cardboard, stick threads on the cardboard and stick the foil as smooth as possible. The second time at the culture morning they were dried and could be colored with permanent markers.

All Kids-Bianca Terlouwagain sent nice aluminum foil crafts in. She tells about this: With group 4 tinkered with aluminium foil. First glue wires and/or pieces of gauze over a cardboard, foil on top of it and then color with permanent markers. Such nice results!



Miss Marjanhas made this fun Christmas decorations.. beautiful isn't it?

You can see how she made this on her site step by step!

FromJufmarjan.nl

Wilma Kostersent this work in made by a child at the BSO.

A good tip are these water-resistant markers fromHey, Sharpie- Yes.

Look at them here.

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