Rups maken van herfstblaadjes en kalebas.

Er zijn weer leuke en eenvoudige herfstknutsels te maken! Deze keer wordt er een bladerrups gemaakt en een blader-kalebas rups. Leuke uitdaging weer van Ineke van der Linde. Er is ook een stappenplan bij zodat je zelf ook aan de slag ermee kan gaan!

Veel knutselplezier!

Ineke vertelt:

Bovenstaande rups is gemaakt naar aanleiding van een filmpje op social media. 

stap 1: plastic folie op tafel neerleggen. 

stap 2: stapeltje bladeren er op leggen. 

stap 3: folie dichtvouwen en plakken. 

stap 4: folie-pakketje op een groot eikenblad/catalpablad plakken.

 stap 5: voelsprietjes, oogjes en mond er op plakken. 

stap 6: aan 1 uiteinde van satéprikker een kastanje doen (volwassene). 

stap 7: bladeren aan satéprikker rijgen. 

stap 8: satéprikker in foliepakketje steken.

Ineke vertelt: De blader {-kalebas} rups is mijn eigen variant er op, met meer natuurlijke materialen. 

Stap 1: Met een kleine schroevendraaier 2 gaten voor de voelsprieten in de kalebas maken (volwassene). 

Stap 2: eikelhoedje als neus op een mini-sierkalebas plakken.

 Stap 3: wiebel-oogjes op de kalebas plakken.

 Stap 4: takjes in de gaten steken. 

Stap 5: eikelhoedjes bovenaan de takjes plakken.

 Stap 6: kastanje aan uiteinde satéprikker maken (volwassene).

 Stap 7: bladeren rijgen aan satéprikker. 

Stap 8: satéprikker in sierkalebas steken.

Herfstknutselen met natuurlijke materialen 


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