Owl from the leaves with his own hands

Leaves are a wonderful material from which you can make various applications, crafts and herbaria. A variety of shapes and colors of leaves will allow you to come up with many scenes for work. You can make birds, animals, people, fabulous creatures, plants, etc. Crafts made from leaves are more interesting to do with a child. To get started, choose a simple option, for example, an owl.

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Owl from the leaves with his own hands

You will need:

  1. Cardboard;
  2. Leaves;
  3. Scissors;
  4. A simple pencil;
  5. Blister from tablets, toy eyes or buttons;
  6. PVA glue;
  7. Colored paper (black, white and yellow).

Instruction:

  • Draw on the cardboard silhouette of an owl. If you can not draw, you can print the image on the printer, cut it out and translate it onto cardboard.
  • Cut a cardboard owl and cover it with leaves, leaving free space for the eyes, beak and paws.
  • From white paper, cut out 2 circles that look like owls. Pupils make blisters from tablets and circles of black paper. If you do not have blisters, you can make eyes out of buttons or buy toy eyes at a special store. Attach your eyes to the owl.
  • Cut out the beak and legs from yellow paper and glue them on the owl. The owl from the leaves is ready!

How to make an owl from the leaves?

Owl from the leaves with his own hands

You will need:

  1. Cardboard;
  2. Dry leaves;
  3. Wooden twig;
  4. Dried berries (black currant or blueberry);
  5. A simple pencil;
  6. Scissors;
  7. PVA glue;
  8. Scotch;
  9. Satin or lace ribbon.

Instruction:

  • On the thick cardboard, draw the contours of the owl, cut it out. Pick up pieces of paper that fit in size and gently glue to the cardboard owl. Since the dried leaves are easily cut, they can be easily adapted to the shape of an owl. The more leaves you stick, the more magnificent and natural your owl will be.
  • Cut out circles from the leaves - this will be the basis for the eyes. Cut out the same beak and brows from the same leaves, glue them to the owl from the leaves. Owl claws can be made of maple winged crib, glue a wooden twig (this will be the crossbar on which your owl sits).
  • Glue the eyes from the berries to the circles. On the neck of the owl, tie a ribbon beautifully, and attach a string on the adhesive tape on the back - you will need it to hang it on the wall.
  • Such an owl from the leaves will decorate any children's room, and the child will get real pleasure from the procedure of its manufacture.

Original and fast application

Owl from the leaves with his own hands

You will need:

  1. Green cardboard;
  2. PVA glue;
  3. Glue brush;
  4. A simple pencil;
  5. Scissors;
  6. Leaves;
  7. Scotch;
  8. White plasticine.

Instruction:

  • Sketchy draw an owl on a green cardboard: 1 large circle is the body, 2 small circles and elongated ovals - legs and wings. Take a 2 sheet and stick it in the upper body. Do not glue the bottom and side edges of the leaves to the end.
  • Then take another 2 leaves, but in a different color, paste them under the previous ones so that the top edge of the leaves is under the previous leaves.
  • Take 2 small sheets and glue them on the sides so that these leaves are under the previous ones. From above paste another couple of leaves, leaving the upper edges not glued. Thus, collect an owl - it should turn out to be multi-layered, and the leaves should resemble feathers.
  • Paws owls make of red leaves of mountain ash. Eyes cut out of dark leaves and stick to the owl. Pupils follow from white clay, attached to leaf circles. Instead of plasticine, you can take dried berries.
  • Make an owl of ears on the ears and eyebrows of maple tree mats, and cut out a nose from rowan leaves. Your owl is ready. To save the application, paste it with transparent tape and place it in a beautiful frame.
  • If you do not have a frame of suitable size, make it out of bright cardboard, which you can decorate with beautiful beads, leaves or threads.

Taking up appliqué and handicrafts from natural materials reveals a love for nature in children, fosters a careful attitude to it, forms a craving for beauty, develops fine motor skills of hands and imagination. Creating a picture, your child learns to see beauty in the most simple things.

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