The weather is very changeable at this time of year. Two years ago we suffered from the hotness in the classrooms. It was about 30, now just 12-15 degrees. We planted some flowers into our Erasmus flower beds but they are growing very slowly. So we decided to do something for Mother’s day. Here are the results: sponge paper tulip and a flower made of thread and chenille wire, it is carnation. Follow the pictures and you can DIY!
About the author
Julianna Baloghne Szigeti
I am a teacher of Russian, Geography, History and English.I have been teaching for 39 years.I live in a little Hungarian town in the Eastern part of Hungary.I am married,I have a son.This project is my second international project.I am a keen eTwinner.My school is a primary one in the centre of Berettyóújfalu.