The vacations are round the corner and there needs to be some excitement every day. One imaginative way out is to make beautiful things out of waste material.
The things you need:
An old broomstick Adhesive Blade Thermocol sheet Black chart paper Scissors Pencil, eraser, ruler and sharpener Step 1: Stick the black chart paper on the thermocol sheet.
There are times when you want to give a special gift to a friend or family member and want them to know that you took a great deal of trouble to make it yourself. On days when you feel like that why not try making flowers that always bring a smile to the sternest of faces!
Make a Toy Periscope [Illustrations by Shinod AP] Imagine going to watch a match starring your favourite teams and then not being able to see it properly. This could well be the case if you are seated at an uncomfortable spot.
Come Diwali, Dussehra, Christmas or the New Year people always hang torans above the doors of their houses. Toran is a bit of decoration made with leaves or flowers or even paper. Nowadays, toran are also made of plastic.
I remember making paper boats as a child but after their first voyage they could never be used again. Then somebody told me about the boats that would always float. At once the idea appealed to me and I tried making the unsinkable boat.
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