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Cheerful Colourful Flowers
Materials
  • Watercolours cool and warm palette
  • Water bowl
  • Brush
  • 3 Pieces of A4 coloured paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Black marker
  • 3 Toilet rolls
  • Glue
Step 1

With the pencil draw three big bold flowers with thick stems so they are able to stand up in your vase later. Copy the flowers in the example. 

Step 2

Experiment with outlining the flowers with the black marker or just with paint – either way is okay. 

Step 3

Finish off painting your flowers and set aside to dry. 

Step 4

Take the toilet rolls and measure the width on the coloured paper. Draw a line and cut to size. You should have three pieces cut which will be used to cover the toilet rolls.

Step 5

Decorate the pieces with the black maker with some patterns. When you are finished glue the paper onto the toilet rolls.

Step 6

The flowers should be dry now, so cut the flowers out and pop them into your vases you just made.

Put them in your room and you will have flowers all year round.

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