A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique

A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique

Flowers, made in Kansas technique, alwayslook unusual and festive. Any girl in such handmade ornaments will attract attention. The technique of performing colors requires a lot of strength and patience, accuracy and accuracy. Otherwise, the work will look unaesthetic. But do not be afraid to try, a little practice and your flowers will please the eyes of others. I propose to make today a bandage - an "Athenian" for a baby, decorated with a spectacular chrysanthemum. I think this work will suit those who already dealt with satin ribbons, for beginners work may seem complicated. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №1 So, we'll have the patience and start! For work we need:

  • satin ribbons 0.5 cm wide, gold and white (approximately 5 m);
  • satin ribbon 2.5 cm in red;
  • beads of red color;
  • glue gun or glue "Moment Crystal";
  • scissors;
  • lighter.

Kanzashi technique is good because it is quite possibledo without glue and hot pistol, because the newcomers may not be at hand. Then a needle and thread will come to the rescue. All the details of the flower and bandages can be fixed with a thread, it will not be worse. We work as it will be most convenient for everyone. Let's start our work with weaving the bandages. We take narrow ribbons with a width of 0.5 cm, overlap one at the other at a right angle and fix it with glue. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo # 2 Now make the eyelets from the golden and white ribbons. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Picture №3 We pass one loop to the other. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №4 A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №5 We tighten and continue to alternate so until the braid reaches the desired length. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №6 For a one-year-old baby, I weaved 44 cm. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №7 When weaving, be careful not totighten tightly the loops, as the ribbons can wrinkle and the product is deformed. At the end of the weaving, we cut the ribbons and fix them with glue. To the edges of the ribbons do not crumble, you need to sing them with a cigarette lighter. So the product will look aesthetically pleasing and will last a long time. On the back of the product, glue the tape with glue. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №8 So the dressing will not deform and stretch. To the edges of the bandage, I glued the elastic band in two pieces and wrapped the joints of the tails of a satin ribbon, fixed it with glue. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo Number 9 So the dressing will be more functional, will beit is better to go to the head. We will postpone the resulting bandage aside and proceed to make a flower. To do this, we take a red satin ribbon with a width of 2.5 cm and cut it into rectangles 5 cm long. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Picture №10 These are our future petals, and the more they are,the more splendid the flower will be. But keep in mind that the fluffiness of the flower depends on its weight. We do so that the young beauty was comfortable to wear it. For a baby, I think that 16-20 petals will suffice. This is pretty fluffy, and not noticeable when you wear it. The most difficult thing is starting to model petals. Bend the rectangle horizontally with the front side up, the fold at the top. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo Number 11 Then cut the scissors angle at an angle of 45 and immediately sing the edge of the lighter, holding so that the edges are glued together. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo number 12 You can use tweezers, but I do itwith bare hands. Now we bend the lower corners to the center on the front side and also scorch, gluing together. As a result, we get such a petal A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo №13 So do with all the rectangles. The petals are ready. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo Number 14 We begin to collect our flower. For the base, we cut out a circle from the same tape and scorch the edges. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo number 15 We begin to glue the petals in a circle, placing them close to each other. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo number 16 A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo number 17 The second row is glued with some shift to the center. We have petals in the intervals between the previous ones. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo Number 18 Now you need to decorate the middle of the flower. You can glue a beautiful button, rhinestones. Today we will decorate the flower with beads - we will glue them with a hot pistol. The flower is ready. A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo Number 19 We paste the flower to the bandage on the side. That's all, effective decoration can be tried on. In such a bandage any fashionista will be irresistible. My girls are ready for the holidays! A master class with a photo will teach how to make a headband for girls in Kansas technique. Photo number 20 Thank you for your attention, creative success!

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