Spiralen van kralen:

Met mijn knutselvriendinnetjes maakte ik vandaag spiralen van kralen !

Wat heb je nodig:

  • klosje bloem bind draad of ander dun ijzerdraad.
  • Kralen 
  • schaar

Hoe ga je te werk :

  • Knip een stuk ijzerdraad af 
  • Rijg kralen op het ijzerdraad
  • Buig het ijzerdraad in een spiraalvorm 
  • Maak er een touwtje aan vast om de spiraal o te hangen 

Deze is gemaakt van strijkkraaltjes, maar met elke soort kraal krijg je een ander effect !

Mij knutselvriendinnetjes vonden het een goed idee om mijn fietsenhok een beetje kleur te geven , daarom hingen we de spiralen buiten aan het fietsenhok !

Beetje kleur en fleur ! Ik hou ervan 

Greetz Lenie 


Ook iets leuks geknutseld , deel het op yoors

Word lid en beloon de maker en jezelf!

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