Poppy Bouquet Card

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I created my Mom a card with a bouquet of paper poppy flowers inside. First, I made a triangle for the bouquet, and colored it. Next, I drew poppies onto red paper and cut them out. Then, I used markers to design the middle of the flowers to make them more realistic. Also, I made, colored, and cut out leaves and stems. After that, I connected the leaves, to the stems, and glued that to the flowers and glued the bottom of the stems to the bouquet. Later on, I glued the bouquet of flowers to the card. Next, I designed the card and drew balloons and confetti. It took me about two hours to finish this beautiful card.

Painted Galaxy Stapler

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I first made the base color for my stapler with a dark purple acrylic paint. I decided to only paint the top half galaxy. After I painted the base color for my stapler, I used sparkly nail polish to make the stars. Then, I created a small milky way on the side with base nail polish and added sparkly nail polish. After that, I coated the whole thing in clear nail polish. It took me about one hour to finish the galaxy stapler. I also made galaxy staples to match the stapler.

The Magical Unicorns

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I needle-felted the first unicorn using the colors, white, pink, light blue, and purple. The second unicorn used the colors, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. I started making the body, then the head, then the legs, and finally, the wings and horn. Each unicorn took around 4-6 hours to make. After I made each unicorn, I lightly sprinkled it with glitter powder.

Blue Banner Birthday Card

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This card was made for my Dad’s birthday. The background is painted blue and purple because they are my Dad’s favorite colors. I cut triangles to make the banners and I also cut string and curled it. I then attached the banners to the curled string. I put silver lines in the background so it could represent confetti. My Dad loved my hand-made card.

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