On the eve of New Year's holidays, I really want tostock up beautiful and unusual decorations for the New Year's interior, the stores have a huge assortment of New Year's decorations, but how do you want to create something unusual and unique with your own hands. In this master class, it is described how you can create original pendants for your New Year's spruce, while spending a minimum of materials and effort. So, for work we need the following materials and tools:
- PVA glue;
- Universal adhesive Titan (Titan Wild);
- file (multife) for paper;
- a small bowl;
To begin with, we draw a five-pointed star on the foam. Now in all corners of the star we fix the toothpicks, just sticking them into the foam. Pour PVA glue in a bowl. We immerse the segment of the thread in the glue and soak it well, so that the glue covers the entire string. Fix the thread around the toothpicks, so that it lies on the contour of the drawn star on the foam. Next, we need another piece of thread, which must also be impregnated with PVA glue. We will place this thread inside the asterisk, laying out an arbitrary openwork pattern. When all the thread is laid on the foam, forming an openwork star, we will sand its surface with PVA glue and leave the sprocket until the glue dries completely. When the glue finally dries, gently remove the toothpicks from the foam. Now you need to separate the threads from the openwork starlet from the foam plastic, you need to do it very carefully, so as not to break the shape of the star. We shift the star to a file, and fill it with universal glue. And again leave until the glue dries completely. Glue Titan dries quickly enough, so after 15 minutes you can carefully separate the asterisk from the file. Now let's make a loop for our star, with which it can be hung on the Christmas tree. For a loop you will need a piece of thread, about 20 cm long. We tie a thread on one of the vertices of the star. The openwork suspension-star is ready and it can take its place on New Year's fur.