Soon will come the long-awaited light orthodox holiday - Easter. All are preparing for it, as well as any other holiday, but the needlewoman as always rich in fiction.
Even Easter They are masters of very beautiful things of all, that only found in their bins.
I offer you the Easter vase in papier-mâché.
You will need
- - Balloon-
- - vazelin-
- - toilet paper-
- - a thread-
- - PVA glue-
- - water-
- - igla-
- - stationery knife-
- - salfetki-
- - kistochka-
- - Acrylic paint belaya-
- - acrylic lacquer.
We inflate a balloon and tied it. Then we take the Vaseline and daubed them with all the surface of the ball. Then he pulls on the toilet tissue layer 3, and then fix it with a thread.
Now it is necessary to dissolve PVA glue with the usualwater, and in equal proportions. The resulting mixture is beginning to coat the ball, wrapped in toilet paper. Once done this procedure should be re-wound on it has three layers of paper and secure it with thread. Then just daubed new layers of toilet paper.
Make a stand for the future of the vase. This requires a hand wound on the toilet paper at about 10 rpm. So we should form something like a nest.
We put the resulting nest on a blank piece of paper and paste it into our bowl.
Then again we take toilet paper and begin herexactly from the middle winding our ball spirally in such a way to capture the future stand vase. Such layer must be 3. After wrapping paper fix thread. Further, forming his hands leg crafts. All cover with another layer of mortar. Winding and applying the adhesive composition of the need to alternate three times.
On the wet surface of the ball to put a napkin, folded in half, and then re-apply the adhesive solution. Thus we paste all future bowl and leave it to dry for 2 days.
Take the needle and pierce it with the help of a balloon, and then extract it.
Cut a hole in our product using thestationery knife. Please cut it out just in a circle, then you can improvise a bit, for example, make a jagged edge artifacts. So it will look like a broken shell. Stained vase paint, then cover it with several layers of acrylic varnish. Easter vase in papier-mache ready!