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Hi, I’m Silvia!

Here are some original ideas to put together for (and also with) your children. These fun creations made with paper are designed to add a light-hearted touch to a room at home, customise an object, or surprise young and old alike at a birthday party.
You can decorate a cake or a greeting card, add life to a white wall or old dark shelf, and turn anything that needs a touch of colour and creativity into a unique item. All you need is a bit of manual skill and lots of imagination!

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To make the bunnies, you'll need red acrylic tempera, cream-coloured and pink cardboard, a permanent black marker, a pencil, a felt-tip pen, an eraser, a glue stick, scissors, paper cups and white glue.

Step 1: draw ears on cream-coloured cardboard and the inner area on pink cardboard, then cut them out.

Step 2: using the felt-tip pen, draw a humorous face and paint its cheeks with the red acrylic tempera.

Step 3: use the felt-tip pen to apply a little white glue to the ears, then stick them onto the edge of a paper cup, and press for a few seconds.

Your bunnies are now ready!

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And for a joyful, unusual Easter, you can make these cute little bunnies from paper cups. In only a few steps, you can turn the things you use every day into fun creations you make yourself.

A tip: have your kids draw the face of the bunnies to add a personal touch to each little animal!

A suggestion for a game to play when lunch is over: hide a chocolate egg under one of the bunnies and have the kids find it!

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If you want to stand out, instead of the usual bunch of flowers, try giving a coloured paper bouquet you made yourself. You'll see what an impression you make! It's a simple gift idea with great effect.

It can be an opportunity to spend some time with the family on a rainy day or to take a short break from work... there's always a good reason for becoming children again!

"I am Silvia! I worked for over 10 years as an illustrator of school books and children novels. Now I work as illustrator, graphic designer, crafter and papercut artist. I am a self-taught photographer. I am a mum to 2 little brats :-)".

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