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Конкурс электронных газет «Unusual Hobby ». Découpage is a Family Tradition and my favourite hobby...

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«Unusual Hobby »

(конкурс электронных газет)

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учащаяся 8 «А» класса

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учитель английского языка

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Ревзина-Титова Александра Геннадьевна




Витебск, 2016

Внеклассное мероприятие по английскому языку

Конкурс электронных газет «Unusual Hobby»


                 Découpage is a Family Tradition and my favourite hobby...

               

Цель: повышение интереса к английскому языку.

Задачи: 

  1. Развивать языковые, интеллектуальные и творческие способности учащихся.

  2. Закрепить речевые образцы, грамматические структуры, лексику.

  3. Воспитывать чувство товарищества, коллективизма, взаимопомощи и ответственности.


Summary

Découpage is a Family Tradition and my favourite hobby...

When I was little I remember my grandfather taking hours over his favourite hobby, découpage. I didn't know what it was then, all I knew it was an intricate and delicate process that took hours to do, with pincers, varnish, glue, paper cut outs... and a steady hand. What he created was nothing like I’d ever seen before (or since, to be honest); huge creations, often full of little stick men, all looking larger than life…

If découpage is a new concept for you, I will explain what is it mean.

"...the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf and so on. Commonly an object like a small box or an item of furniture is covered by cutouts from magazines or from purpose-manufactured papers..," Why do I do it..? Possibly years of watching for grandfather’s work on his projects sank deep into my psyche, only to pop up at this random point in my life! I'll now show you how I made these earrings with a step-by-step pictorial, this time I'm going for the brooch option...

This How To works...

...whatever you decide you want to make, will also dictate what you need to buy; they're called 'findings' in the trade, things like brooch bars, earring posts, metal combs... you'll also find glue and clear nail polish (in place of professional varnish) useful, if you're doing it the way I do!   Let's say - for argument's sake - you haven't just taken length off a floral dress, and you're starting from scratch... choose half a metre of a floral print fabric that catches your eye (it should be more than enough for the purposes of one project), then find the motif you'll be making into a brooch, or earrings, or corsage, or even hair slide... and check it appears more than three times in the length you're buying...  You'll notice a few of the following shots have a green cutting board as the backdrop - it's new..! I'm excitedly using it for the first time! That and the knife..! Obviously you can use scissors, and there's no need for a cutting board at all... The next part's fairly obvious - what you want to do is layer up the motif you've chosen. It would be a good idea to try things out, and have enough material to make mistakes, but if that isn't the case you could do a dummy run with a nifty bit of tracing and tissue paper. If you're anything like me you'll just go for it and see what happens! I love roses (full stop) and so I have no problem working with that sort of detail; but in short - when you're doing this kind of decoupage, what you're looking to achieve is a layering up of images that bring out the most prominent part with the final piece of fabric... does that make sense..? It could be you choose to layer-up three or four 'motifs' in total, and you may choose to curl the edges on the edge of one of the layers (curled down, or up and I did with the rose petals... easing upwards while they're still wet with nail varnish so they set that way). What would this be good for..? LOADS OF THINGS! With the possible exception of a floral satchel, that would just be daft... I mean, who wants to look at two contrasting floral prints??



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