Clubs were introduced in Alex’s school a few months back. Each child can join either Dance Club, Book Lovers Club or Art Club. As you know, Alex is into ballet. But at the same time, she is also into arts. So I asked which club she wanted to join. And you already know the answer.
Every second week of the month, all clubs meet. Nakakatuwa kasi uuwi na lang si Alex, may dala siyang finished art products or materials she will use to do something at home. At the same time, nakakapressure siya for someone who is not into arts, like me. But being the supportive mom that I am, I do give arts and crafts a try. It is challenging for me, lalo na ayoko ng may naaaksayang papel, which is one of the major materials in arts and crafts diba. But I am slowly foregoing that principle. Kung saan enjoy si Alex, go!
Recently, an Indian went to their school and demonstrated the Indian Paper Art. She was not able to buy a book because she is no longer allowed to bring money at school (at hindi rin naman malaki ang ibinibigay namin sa kanya before). Her teacher was kind enough to have it photocopied since hindi na bumalik si Mr. Indian Seller. I tried following the instructions from the book but I cannot get it. So before ako maubusan ng pasensiya, may I ask Google na ako. And I found youtube videos. At sabi ni Alex, yung nasa video daw yung nagpunta sa school nila. Ayos ng gig ni kuya. 😀
We’ve watched the videos and tried them. We need more practice. And we also need to find out what kind of paper should be used. We tried Japanese paper but it is too soft. Any ideas?