- Thick box cardboard
- Oil pastels
- Paddle pop sticks
- Black Marker
With the pencil draw three tulip shapes onto the cardboard and cut them all out.
Take the different coloured string that you have chosen and wrap the cardboard cutouts, remembering to tie a knot at the back to prevent it from unravelling.
Next glue the paddle pop sticks to the flower tops.
Now to make the garden. Draw some zigzag lines along the top of a long piece of cardboard to make it look like grass and cut along the line.
Using the oil pastels colour the cardboard to give the grass some life.
Take the paddle pop tulips and poke them into the edge of the cardboard where it looks a bit holey. They should stay and look like they are coming out of the grass. You could glue them on if you like as well.
Now you have a self standing tulip garden to pop on a shelf or bookcase.
Tips to keep mind and body healthy.
More time at home means more time to spend in the garden. Whether it’s a balcony garden or traditional.
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