The technique of tsumami-kanzashi that came to us from Japanmastering more domestic needlewomen. Traditionally, Kanzas are made from silk natural fabrics, but no one forbids the use of cuts of any fabric materials that fall on your eyes. The most popular are organza, crepe-satin, satin and rep. Here the main role is played by the ideas of Kansas. For those who only make the first steps in Kansas technique, we recommend using satin ribbons. They are easy to sing and cut, they are practically not subject to deformation. The only obstacle that can arise before you is the search for the necessary shade and ribbons of the same color, but with different widths. The number and colors of beads, beads, rhinestone,Pajetok and accessories are determined by your taste; the only thing to remember is the sense of proportion. We present a master class for making an airy and pretty flower of "marshmallow" by our own hands. The creation of such a product is impossible without the following tools and materials: • a lighter or a candle; • needle; • two ribbons of different shades 25 mm wide (from satin or rep); • Threads; • scissors. Beginners are advised to use lengthslength of one meter or one and a half. If you plan to make a ribbon of ribbons 50 mm wide, then the length of the ribbons should be two or two and a half meters. In this important role plays your skill and the effort to carefully fold the ribbon. If you are afraid that the length will not be enough, then take the ribbon straight from the bobbins. Course of work. 2 pieces of tape are connected inverted inside with a flame of a candle or a lighter. But first decide for yourself the following question: if you want, so that the arrangement of the picture at the bows was along the perimeter, like ours, then put a ribbon with a picture of the front part to you; if the layout of the picture is planned on the inside, then turn the ribbon so that it is located from you. Then it is necessary to put the ribbon in the area of the spike on the right side. In the case of using a ribbon 25 mm wide, measure from the joint area approximately 55 millimeters. If the width of the tape is 50 millimeters, measure 105 millimeters. The right angle bends down the line we measured, at right angles. The resulting corner folds repeatedly rightto the left and, in the end, an isosceles "triangle" from a ribbon of a different shade is obtained, as depicted in the photo. Further, the tip that remains is pivoted back. Using the thread and the needle, fix the upper right corner together with the tip. Then the ribbon is taken (the main part of itconstantly keep on the left side) and bends down at right angles. The main part is folded upwards, thereby aligning the bottom part. After this, the ribbon is wrapped with the leftsides to the right at right angles. In order to finish the next petal, you should complete the creation of an isosceles triangle. For this purpose, the main part of the tape folds from right to left and is passed through two lobes. If you look at it from below, you will get approximately the following picture: Using a thread and a needle, we fix the following"Triangle", similarly with the first time. The left side of the main ribbon bends down again at right angles. After that, the main part of the "working" ribbon bends upward. Again the tape is wrapped at a right angle. The main part of the ribbon should be on the right side. To form the next isoscelestriangles it is necessary to wrap the main part of the ribbon in such a way that it is located between two triangle-petals: the first and already formed. It should look something like this: Now, using a thread, 3 petals are fixed. Similar actions are carried out with a ribbon of 25millimeters in width, about fifteen to sixteen times. With a 50 millimeter tape - somewhere eighteen - twenty times. Otherwise, the blanks will look rather scant. After forming the necessary number of petals, cut off the unnecessary part of the ribbon and scorch the edges. We pull the thread of the petals and connect everything into one. To this end, the tip, which was spoken at the beginning, must be pasted into the petal, finishing the bow. We have reached the final stage. We turn the bow over the face, straighten it all outpetals and get down to the design. Erasers, pretty hearts, and bows are made! From the ribbon 25-millimeter width were gum. Of the 50 millimeter ribbons made a bezel. And remember, your fantasies are not limited.