Paardenbloem pluizenbol knutselen met wattenstaafjes


Vandaag maken we een mooie paardenbloem. Deze is is bedacht door Ineke.v.d.Linde  gastouder.

Ze maakt het met de volgende benodigdheden,  die hiernaast op de foto al staan.

- Karton in de grootte die je wilt { of een canvasdoek}

- Wattenstaafjes

-Schaar

-Glas m.b.t. vorm

- Creall blauw,wit en geel acrylics verf

- Oase

1. Knip de wattenschijfjes in korte stukjes zoals hieronder

2. Steek uit een vorm oase een cirkel met bv. een wijnglas

3.  Verf het karton of canvas in een lichtblauwe kleur {verf mengen blauw met wit}

4. Plak het uitgestoken ronde stuk oase met goede hobbylijm of lijmpistool op het blauw geverfde doek. 

5. Schilder er een steel met bladeren bij.

6. Begin in de buitenste rand met het insteken van de afgeknipte wattenstaafjes. Doe dit met zodanige tussenruimte dat de 2e rij er precies boven tussenin past. Steek daarna het bovenste vlak vol. Verf er wat gras bij.

Wat lijkt dat mooi!!!

 

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Het ontstaan van de paardenbloem.

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