Flowers are a wonderful gift of nature. They are pleasing to the eye when they blossom in gardens, on flowerbeds, they see arbours, they decorate the interior in vases and wreaths. They are weaved into hair, make boutonnierees and decorate with flowers bracelets. Delicate snowdrops and lilies of the valley with a forest clearing, luxurious roses from the garden or a bouquet of camomiles in a vase will give bright colors, will revive any room and become an excellent gift. Unfortunately, their age is not long, beautiful flowers wither, their beauty fades. Therefore needlewomen have learned to create flowers with their own hands. They are tied up, folded from paper and cloth, made of beads and molded. Very popular is the excellent plastic material for modeling - polymer clay. It can be baked and self-hardening. The latter category also includes cold porcelain. Charming bouquets of flowers created from polymer clay, indistinguishable from the real ones, will please you all year round. A bouquet of chamomiles. You will need:
- Self-hardening plastic of white color;
- Roller for polymer clay;
- Cutter petals of chamomile;
- Latex glue;
- Paints, green and yellow (better oil);
- Set of stacks;
- Scissors (suitable manicure);
- A piece of tulle;
- Mold or weiner for sheet;
- Round nose pliers;
Before you start creating chamomiles, you need to paint part of the clay in green and yellow.
Take a piece of wire for the stalk and cover it with a layer of green plastic.
Bend the round eyebolts with a loop on one edge so that it does not look down, but to the side.
Staple the stem.
Roll two small balls of green and yellow clay. Flatten them in flat cakes and put them together.
With the yellow side to press the tortillas through the tulle, this will give the core of the daisy the necessary texture.
Trim the uneven edges.
Roll a piece of white clay in a file.
Cutter cut 2 pieces for each flower.
Stack the veins.
Use the needle to make the edges of the petals ragged and jagged.
Fasten one part of the petals on the stem.
Measure the core. If necessary, adjust its size.
From the second part of the daisy, cut out the petals.
One edge to make in the form of a thin rod.
In staggered order, attach the resulting petals.
After drying, glue the core.
If desired, slightly shade the petals with pastels or acrylic paints.
From the green plastic roll a ball. Flatten it and give it a cup-shaped shape. Fasten the petals at the bottom. This is sepals.
The texture of the sepal can be given by scissors.
Roll out a small piece of green clay in a cake. Roll it in the veneer or on the mold and slightly correct with scissors. It's a leaf.
On the base of the leaf, apply glue and attach to the stalk.
Create similarly a few chamomiles.
The bouquet is ready. Bouquet of peonies and roses. Required:
- Polymer clay of white, red and green colors;
- Mold or weiner for sheet;
- Tape tape;
- Pins with transparent heads;
- Basis for the buttonhole;
- Ribbon for decoration.
Self-hardening polymer clay dries up in the air, so during work it is covered with a damp cloth. A flower of a peony.
Stir thoroughly white and a little red plastic until smooth.
Divide the plastic into 20 pieces of 1 cm in diameter and 12 pieces of 1.5 cm in diameter.
Roll the drops out of all the pieces. Roll each drop of the finger on the palm of the larger end, form a concave petals with a thin end of the drop - a leg.
Glue a large pair of petals to the large, small to small so that one petal is slightly offset to the side.
Secure all smaller blanks in the form of a fan.
Collapse it in a spiral.
Large workpieces are glued to this spiral with a convex side.
Mash plastic of white and green colors, do not mix thoroughly until uniform, let the stains remain.
Make a drop and roll it over the universal mold sheet.
Combine a little pink plastic that has remained from the flowers with red, do not knead evenly. Form a ball about 2 cm in diameter.
From a piece of green clay, which is left from the leaves, to form small cakes, roll them out with a finger and glue the buds. 3-4 pieces each. for each bud. This is sepals.
How to mold a rose from polymer clay is shown here. Assembly. All leaves, buds and flowers are glued toflorist wire and leave until completely dry. Wrap the tape wire and the base of the buttonhole, to attach to it all the flowers, buds and leaves. Wind the resulting leg with a ribbon, cut the wire to the desired size, fix the tape. Touching spring crocuses. It will take:
- Polymer clay of white color;
- Oil paints (yellow, green, purple);
- Floral wire;
- Plastic spoons;
- Cutter for petals (can be replaced with a baking dish);
- A piece of corrugated paper;
- Special rolling pin;
- Artificial grass.
Before work, paint part of the plastic in different colors or for convenience, you can immediately purchase a color.
Roll out a piece of clay and cut out the petals. For each flower 6 pcs.
On corrugated paper or on a glass kitchen board, to give the petals an invoice to roll petals.
Dry the petals in plastic spoons to make them bend.
Cut the wire into pieces of the necessary length and wrap them with a tape tape.
Roll out the layer of clay yellow.
Cut into triangles (3 pieces for each flower).
Cut the fringe of the base of the triangles and screw into tubes. It's a stamen.
From small pieces of clay yellow to roll a drop, but make both edges obtuse and thick (one more smaller another).
On a thicker margin, press the longitudinal grooves with a stack or toothpick. This pestle (3 pieces for each flower).
Cover the stem with a thin layer of green clay.
Stick stamens and pistils to the stem.
Paste the petals in two rows in staggered order.
To blind crocuses of different colors, to dry.
Add artificial turf and bouquet is ready.