Crafts for May 9. A three-dimensional postcard on the Victory Day with your own hands.
Today we plan to make a beautiful three-dimensionala greeting card made of paper dedicated to the Victory Day holiday. May 9, 70 years ago, our grandfathers and great-grandfathers heard the news that the Great Patriotic War (WWII) had finally been completed. We have won in these brutal battles and battles with numerous losses for our Motherland, but to this day we remember and honor the heroes and veterans of the Second World War. I personally urge you, dear readers, to remember the exploits of our heroes, to congratulate all the familiar and unfamiliar veterans who passed the war, to give them flowers and homemade gifts in memory of what they did for us. I, like many of you, like to do handmade crafts on different holidays. In this article I want to share a master class on making a three-dimensional postcard for Victory Day on May 9 as a gift to my grandfather or grandmother. This will be a simple hand-crafted article that does not require you any special effort and cost a lot of time. Everything is done very quickly, we need color paper, any glue and scissors. How to make a greeting card on May 9 with flowers and St. George ribbon. Fold a piece of paper in half, then each half, too, add up, as shown in our photo gallery:Do the cuts and turn the resulting pieces in the opposite direction:The first part of the greeting card for May 9 is ready:The second part is glued to the first:Next, we cut out the flower and St. George ribbons (2 pieces):In this way, we will have a ribbon, bend it in half:We connect all the details:We have a very beautiful and simplea three-dimensional greeting card for the Victory Day on May 9. Such cards can be made by children in kindergarten in the senior and middle group. Also see handmade gifts.