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Handmade Mother's Day Gift: Colorful Flowers with Coffee Filter

Mothers love every memory and memory that their children share with him. Especially handmade gifts are very valuable and special.

Today, we will make great, colorful flowers with coffee filters for our mothers. How about we do it together? 🙂

Materials:

– Large size coffee filters,
– Watercolor,
– Scissors,
– Hairy rods,
– Vase,
– Salt,
– Glue.

First, flatten your oversized coffee filters. Double the coffee filter that you have flattened. You can fold the folded coffee filter twice more in half. Cut the top of the coffee filter that you fold into the flower edge (as in the image).

Cut the coffee filters into a tray or plastic container. With a dropper or a brush, let your child color the flowers as they wish. Very nice to watch the color mixes intertwine … 🙂

After painting is finished, you can take your colorful flowers to another container. You can place a paper towel on the bottom of your colorful coffee filters during the purge process and leave to dry. Drying can take approximately 3-4 hours.

After fully drying, carefully separate the two coffee filters. You can bend as you like in the image so they can stay together. Take the second duplicate filter and wrap it outside of your first filter. Add some glue to the base between the two flowers to hold each other. Flower leaves can spend on the hairy wires.

Finishing; Add salt to the base of your vase and place the colorful flowers in your vase with the help of hairy wires. Mother’s Day present!

We would like to congratulate all of our mothers “Mother’s Day”.

Remember, Pakolino expects a surprise gift for all of our mothers in our May box. Do not miss out!

Source: http://www.funathomewithkids.com/2014/03/vibrantly-colored-coffee-filter-flowers.html

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