People began to make crafts for a very long time. The first were clay, ancient people plastered it with wicker baskets, increasing their strength. Over time, clay crafts learned to burn, pottery was gaining momentum. Now modeling crafts has become a popular hobby everywhere. They create not only dishes. Mold jewelry, decor items for interiors and much more. Not only natural clay is used. In the modern world, there are many other plastic materials: polymer clay, plasticine, gypsum and dough. The molding from the test will be considered in this article. It would seem that any dough is plastic, so instead of patties, you can dazzle a flower, a picture, or anything that comes to mind. However, there is a special dough for modeling. Such a dough can be bought at the store by needlework or done by yourself. For him, you need very few ingredients that are in every house, and as a result you will get a beautiful and original thing. Candlestick made of dough for modeling. A warm golden flame of candles at all timesserved as a symbol of comfort. Gentle radiance is suitable for a romantic dinner, and will simply create a pleasant atmosphere in the autumn evening. Candlesticks are needed for candles. Not only for fire safety purposes. They can be an excellent element of the decor of the room. Make the original candlestick of the dough easy and simple. They will necessarily decorate your house or become a wonderful gift for a loved one. Candlestick suggested in this lesson on modeling can be done with children. Dough - an environmentally friendly and safe product. To prepare it you need to take:
- Flour 1 part;
- Salt 0.5 parts;
- Water 0.5 parts (approximately).
Because the quality of flour is different,the amount of water is approximate. It must be very clean and cold. Salt is necessary not large and pure (without dark inclusions and impurities). The dough should be steep and at the same time compliant, it should not stick to the hands. It can be stored in the refrigerator for about 2 - 3 weeks, tightly wrapped in food film.
- Rolling pin;
- Cocktail tube;
- Cookie shape (round);
Roll out a piece of dough 0.7 cm thick. The size of the layer should roughly coincide with the size of the future candlestick (be slightly larger). Pipe to make holes on the entire surface of the workpiece. You can come up with a pattern or arrange them haphazardly. To the tube is not lypal, tear the dough layer with flour or starch. The dough mold is necessary for excisionbottom. In this master class it is round, but nothing prevents you from taking a square, oval or any other. Simply the simpler the bottom shape, the easier it will be to attach the sides to it. Measure the circumference of the mold. This will be the length of the billet blank. In height, you can choose any number that you like. From the stratum cut both the details of the candlestick - the bottom and the sides. Rectangular workpiece roll up the tube and carefully connect the edges. Connect both parts. Bake the candlestick at a low temperature. Enough is 10 minutes. Leave in the oven for the time it takes to make the artwork completely cool. The candlestick is ready. Usually decor items are napkins, lanterns, candlesticks or vases. And if you like the sea? And you want to decorate your house with decorative elements in the marine style. For this, it is not necessary to drag a heap of heavy cobblestones from the beach into the house. They can be made with their own hands: to mold from dough. Such lightweight decorative elements can be used in various photo sessions for needlewomen, for example, as a background for jewelry, candlesticks, aroma lamps or simply decorating a house. Stones from the dough are easy - do not scare to drop or give the child a play. To create them, you need to take:
- Flour 1 part;
- Salt 0.5 parts;
- Glue PVA 0,5 parts;
- Water 0.5 parts;
- Cosmetic clay (different colors).
The last ingredient will give the stones the necessary coloring. Clay is sold in pharmacies in cosmetic departments. Now you need to knead the dough. To do this, mix all the free-flowing constituents, add glue and pour in a little water. The dough should not stick to your hands. If the dough does not turn out to be steep, add the clay to the desired consistency. Now you need to dazzle future stones. If they are planned as aroma lamps or candlesticks, then at this stage of modeling it is necessary to make a notch. It remains only to dry the billets at room temperature. Finished crafts can be painted or varnished, but even in the original form they look great. If you want a more textured stone, you can add a dry paste to the dough from the spilled coffee. It turns out a more rough and original stone.