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Masti Ki Patshala Workshop

Done a craft workshop at one of the very fine child psychology care center here in Hyderabad at  Masti ki Paathshala. Kids learned with full enthusiasm and interest.I would like to share the brief of tutorial taken there.Hoping that it will help the visitors.

Took five-day workshop :

2 days took to basics


Kids tried their hands on making part of this Quilling  alphabet chart for remaining three days :)

Summary:

Learn the art of rolling, shaping and gluing paper along to make lovely footage.

Objectives:

Students can study paper quilling and therefore the art of rolled paper. they're going to additionally investigate patterns and forms found in nature.

Historical:

Students can bring up paper quilling. tortuous paper rolling work was a hobby within the eighteenth century.

Creation:

Students can produce a piece of quilled art.

Appreciation:

Students can learn to understand the art created not solely by them, however by others likewise.

What You Need:

paper device (optional)
scissors or a cutting implement
construction paper (various colors)
glue
string
cardboard


What You Do:

1. Discuss paper quilling and its history (see resource above)
2. Shred paper in device … kids like to facilitate.
3. You could instead cut paper into skinny strips – regarding 1/2″ wide
4. Give kids some of the paper and allow them to follow creating a good roll.
5. Children will build a little fold at one finish of the paper, and roll it all the thanks to the top.
6. Encourage your students to jettison of the spiralled roll little, therefore there's little area between the turns of the roll.
7. The rolls is secured with glue.
8. Rolls is spherical or oval in form. spherical rolls is pinched at either finish to create petal shapes.
9. You can build several alternative shapes by pinching the appear totally different areas.
10.You can glue shapes along to create flowers, insects, animals … etc.
It is vital to assemble the rolls on the cardboard in order that the spirals area unit visible, not the sting of the roll.
11. Students may also droop rolls from bits of string (a mobile perhaps?) or glue them to a pin back or pin.

Tips:

1. Work that's a lot of delicate in nature is finished slim 1/8″ strips of dilutant paper. This paper is rolled on a pick and pinched into elaborate shapes.
2. You can keep the quilled work trying recent by spraying it with a combination of glue and water — eightieth water — two hundredth glue. you'll be able to use hairspray likewise. (Make certain you check a tiny low piece of paper 1st to ascertain if the colours bleed before you spray the whole piece.)










Quilled Ganesha




Monsoon Masti



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Rainbow theme Monsoon Craft

Fish Paper Weaving Craft


Weaving paper is great for fine motor skills and with warmer months approaching we though it’s a great time to make this fish paper weaving craft (and we also have a printable template for you).


Dive deep into the ocean and do some fine motor skill practice while you are making this cute ocean animal craft.
We love to inspire creativity and hope that this idea will spin off to become many different creations, but we also know that sometimes a template is super helpful, so we created one (well two) for this craft too.
You can just use the paper strips to make this craft or you can first color in the template to make this woven paper craft even more vibrant.
Ready? Let’s make this fish craft!








Supplies Needed:
  • Rainbow colored paper
  • Googly eye (or make one out of paper)
  • White or black card stock paper
  • Scissors/glue
Start by cutting strips of the colored paper (using the long side). Cut out the shape of a fish with card stock paper and fold it in half. Use a scissors and cut slits close together not going too close to the bottom and mouth.Weave the colored pieces of paper through and trim the top and bottom to look like fish fins. Add the extra scraps around the body and add yellow ones on the tail. So cute!







The art of Gift Wrapping


    Gift Wrapping: Gift wrapping is the act of enclosing a gift in some sort of material. Wrapping paper is a kind of paper designed for gift wrapping. Gifts may also be wrapped in a box. They may be held closed with ribbon and topped with a decorative bow (an ornamental knot made of ribbon).