Don’t be frightened! It’s just that David portrays fear while Halloween is coming near.
To frighten away evil spirits we decided to make a jack-o'-lantern.
3 A4 orange paper
A piece of green paper
A piece of black paper
First we make such details from orange paper.
Fold the paper accordion-like.
Divide the paper into 8 even parts, then fold it accordion-like.
Video blogging is our family business. There are 3 of us: myself, my wife Tania and our 7 year-old son David. We do DIY things for kids (but not only for kids). Mostly - paper crafts. Olso we can teach kids colors, shapes, animals and what not. So far we didn't have specific methods of teaching, but now we'll think about it, and I will formulate it later.