Sunday, 18 March 2012

"Henna drawings on my hands" by Aida , class 6D

Hi visitors!
This is my hand, has got Henna paintings on it.
Henna is a plant from wich the leaves are collected, dried and crushed to make it a thin pole. It is a large plant of small white flowers that grows in warm climates, so we can find it in countries in Asia, Africa and the middle East, including India, China, Morocco and Egypt.
I love it.
First is dark brown, and then, it is light orange, it's fantastic, but first you must wait about 1 hour.
It takes you about two minutes if it is short, but sometimes, it takes a long time, for example when people get married.
Some of my classmates did it, but some didn't, we don't know why they didn't want to do it, because it's a very good experience.
If you want to create a collage like this visit Picnik.
 Bye, see you on the next post!