We cut out a triangle from a green sheet of a technical pad, we twist around, e.g. a pencil paper, green napkins in two shades (one after another) and pull off a roll which is creasing during putting it off. We form a shape of a tear and glue it beginning from the lower part.
A tutor prepares first rings from empty rolls of toilet paper. Then we are to put on a bead – a heart of our ring, to a piece of a lace. Then we put a lace through a centre of a roll of toilet paper. We squeeze a roll from one side and glue a piece of paper to it (it is recommended to glue it with two pieces of paper from the top)
We put a bended manila paper on a sheet of paper with a stapler or glue. We mould it to create a crib. Figures may come from colouring books and children can draw figures and colour them. Thanks to it a work will be more original. Figures should be cut out in such a way that their lower part can be bent and glued. A figure will stand.
We need two tree templates from creased paper. Both trees we decorate with sequins and brocade. When a tree dries up we glue it together with a straw inside which is a tree trunk. A ready one we embed into a paper pulp to stabilise a tree. Paper mache can be additionally ornamented with, e.g. brocade and raffia fibre.