Congratulations on the Victory Day may be different: beautiful poems, solemn speeches, touching cards, cute crafts made by oneself. But there is also a special kind of congratulations from May 9, which has long become traditional on this day. We are talking about posters and wall newspapers, without which no one celebrates Victory Day in schools and kindergartens. It may seem that today the poster for May 9 looks like an obsolete echo of the past. But in fact, in posters dedicated to victory, there is something that you will not find in any other form of congratulations. This is a unique combination of visibility (photos of heroes, excerpts from front-line magazines, letters, etc.), gratitude (words of gratitude, moving poems) and creativity. In our today's article, you will find several posters that hopefully inspire you to create your congratulations.

Beautiful poster on May 9 with his hands — step-by-step instructions with photos

This version of the greeting poster for the Victory Day is very simple in design. Basically for its creation we will use paints. But if you want to add the bulk of the poster, you can replace the painted St. George ribbon - this ribbon, glued to the Whatman.

How to draw a ribbon can be viewed here

Materials needed:

  • Whatman
  • a simple pencil
  • eraser
  • paint and brushes
  • photos of the war
  • glue

Step-by-step instructions for making poster may 9:

  1. Mentally divide the chart paper into 3 parts. At the top draw a big inscription " With the Victory Day!". Placed in the middle of a five-pointed star of St. George ribbon drawn or real. And below, departing from the edge of the poster of 10-15 cm, draw a Tulip 4.
  2. Now in the center of the star make the inscription "9th of May". On the sides of the upper congratulatory inscriptions placed small tulips. And flowers under the bottom write "Thank you" and draw a St. George ribbon, razvivayusheysya in the wind.
  3. In conclusion, tape pictures of fighters on the front sides of the stars. It can be as pictures of familiar veterans, and photos of nameless heroes of war. Our simple poster on May 9 — ready!

Cool poster for the May 9 "Victory Day" with his hands — step by step instructions

Our next greeting poster in technique will resemble the first. There will also be pictures of the characters and congratulatory inscriptions, hand-drawn. But in addition, we propose to make this poster on May 9, more informational and interesting, adding a list of hero cities and portraits of Heroes of the Soviet Union. And in the end the poster turned out still touching and do not forget to place a beautiful poem.

Materials needed:

  • Whatman
  • pencils or paint
  • a simple pencil, eraser
  • PVA glue
  • photos
  • colored paper (optional)

Step-by-step instructions for making poster may 9:

  1. The poster will consist of 5 zones, which mentally divide the drawing paper. The largest and most informative is the middle of the poster — it consists of 3 parts. The upper and lower zones will be smaller, about 1/5 of the width of the medium. To start printing from the top the inscription "May 9 — Victory Day!". At the sides the inscription draw a St. George ribbon, folded in the traditional loop.

How to tie a St. George ribbon, see here

  • Then in the upper part of the middle zone we designate a place for a congratulatory poem. It can be decorated with paints or colored paper. We fill it with a beautiful verse.
  • Below do the same rectangular area for the names of hero cities. All this unique title was awarded to 13 cities of the former Soviet Union: the Brest Fortress, Moscow, Leningrad, Odessa, Kiev, Sevastopol, Volgograd, Murmansk, Kerch, Minsk, Tula, Smolensk, Novorossiysk.
  • Now on the right and left of the center of the poster, posted photos of military subjects. For example, portraits of Heroes of the Soviet Union, friends of veterans, grandparents, past war.
  • In conclusion, the bottom two draw of Eternal fire, St. George ribbon and the words "Thank you." Original and informational poster May 9 — ready!photo 6
  • How to draw an Eternal flame, see here