Master class on making red flower in Kansas technique with photo and step by step instruction
The Atlas is an amazing material, from itnot only festive clothes are created, but flowers that look gentle and natural. This master class describes how to create from satin ribbons an excellent flower that will suit dark hair, aloma along with. To create a flower, prepare:
From tapes it is necessary to cut squares identical onsize. Since the width of the tape is 4 cm (or 38 mm), the size of the blanks will be 4 by 4 cm. The number of red elements should be 18, and black 9. Another one will need a flap to create the base, a flower will be glued to it from one side on the other hand, a barrette. To create red single irregular petals of a rounded shape, the workpiece must be bent, as in the photo. The next step is the bending of the corners to the bottom right corner. Then twist the workpiece so that the element is folded in half, but facing outward. The forceps should be tightly clamped to the base of the future petal and held in this position. Scissors cut the bottom of the petal to equalize all the layers. Use the lighter to scorch the base of the element. The flame should warm up all layers of the satin, and due to the fact that you hold the tweezers in a compressed state, all the layers are soldered. Create 9 identical petals. They are required for the second layer of the flower. The main petals in the flower are two-layered. They are more difficult to make, therefore, the process of single-layer petals is first described, in order to "fill a hand" on them. For these petals, bend the black workpiece along a diagonal fold. Then bend again to form a four-layered element. Then from the red workpiece fold the rounded petal according to the algorithm that was written above. The red element is embedded in the black workpiece so that it occupies a central position. Lower the petal, cut and carefully weld over the flame. Double petals sew on the edge in therounded flower, and glued to a round base, it must be prepared in advance from the satin (diameter of about 2 cm). Then paste the single red elements between the large double lobes. Turn the work over and use a hot-melt adhesive to fix the clamp on the base, with which the flower can be placed on a dress, belt or pinned to strands of hair. A charming flower in Kansas technique comes to any solemn image.