Tuto kids: an autumn mobile

Tuto kids: an autumn mobile

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Maeva is a graphic designer and illustrator, and makes adorable decorations with origami. We had already invited him on dé for his tutoring of jellyfish in plastic bottles. Today she returns with another great DIY idea for children, a nature mobile to create from treasures picked up in the park.


You will need: - news: 739807 brushes - paint - glitter - thread - a walk in the forest or in the park to collect feathers, leaves, pine cones, acorns, and a branch (and all what will inspire you!).


1. Start by painting / glittering your different treasures: you can use different paints to give a wild side, or just one if you want a more refined result. For glitter, simply sprinkle them over the paint to avoid using glue.
2. Cut several different lengths of wire. You can then decorate them by threading pearls at different levels (tie a knot after the pearl (s) to keep them in the right place).
3. Hang the different elements on the branch thanks to the wires.
4. Add a last wire at the top to hang it up and admire your mobile in the woods which comes alive at the slightest breath.


And There you go ! A poetic and natural mobile that children will love to make, from treasure hunts to painting the elements.
Thanks to Maeva for her creation! Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your nature mobiles on our Facebook page, and find other ideas on our Pinterest!


  1. Amsu

    Yes you are a talented person

  2. Saewald

    Let me help you?

  3. Edan

    This simply matchless message ;)

  4. Haji

    Excuse, I have thought and have removed the idea

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