Hurray a Baby Embellishment with a kitchen roll


Jippie, a baby is born!That is of course a big party, and the party also includes a bit of crafting. To craft something festive with children with the Baby theme it is sometimes a bit of a search. Therefore here a small craft to make for children. They are 2 color and cutting plates that you can use to paste around a kitchen roll. This way the stork stays beautiful, and you probably have an empty kitchen roll in your house! You don't even need glue, just some 2 satin sticks, adhesive tape and then some colors (e.g. Crayola wax crayons) and scissors. That's it!

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Save the images from below, then you can print the 2 images on A4 paper from the saved folder. Preferably print on slightly thicker paper, e.g. 100-140 grams. That is not necessarily necessary but then the whole thing is a bit heavier! Color the prints as you like and possibly write the name of the baby in the pennant. Don't you have the baby's name yet? Then write BABY in it, or HOERA or something.

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First, cut out the rusks, leaving the other upper part of the sheet whole. With that you can paste the role. By cutting that part in half, you can paste the roll in 2x. Except for a particle at the bottom, but you won't see any of that later. Simply attach the paper to the back of the roll with adhesive tape.

If you prefer not to have hearts, take a plain white or colored sheet to paste around the roll, as a background.

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First, stick the lower part, and then paste the upper half over it so that the hearts turn out whole.

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Cut out the stork and the other subparticles. Stick a wooden satay stick on the back of the stork as shown in the photo and only stick (with adhesive tape) the stick near the belly. Also, stick the baby in cloth to the stick. On another stick you stick the two hearts as well! Stick the banner at the top of the roll and also attach the bow with a piece of adhesive tape.

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Slide the rusks between the storks and the stick and attach it with adhesive tape. A little further (5cm) you also stick the stick with the hearts at the back of the rusks. Now roll the rusks loosely around the kitchen roll and attach it firmly to the back with adhesive tape. Now it can easily stand up!

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If the decoration is in place, it will look like this... but you can of course put it upright, e.g. on the windowsill, in front of the window, in the nursery or on your desk. Because, of course, everyone can see and hear it:

Hurray, a baby has been born!

And to make it even more festive, below are some nice decoration tips:

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