Christmas tale of cardboard, glue and garlands. Incredibly beautiful
In the New Year I want to surprise passers-by and make a truly original piece of jewelry that can be put on the window. There is a simple and inexpensive way to create a real fairy tale on your windowsill.
Alternative to standard paper snowflakes, which can be performed together with children. Just stock up on everything you need.
You will need:
- Heavy paper (for those parts that will be glued to the windows)
- Thin cardboard (for volume parts, on the windowsill itself)
- Sharp scissors
- Stationery knife
- Glue stick
- Hole puncher
- LED garland
- Scotch tape or light electrical tape
Draw sketches of houses and trees. You can come up with their design yourself, or use ready-made stencils.
Here are some options that are easy to redraw simply by attaching a sheet of paper to the monitor:
Transfer the drawing to cardboard.For those parts that will be glued to the glass itself, you can use the pattern itself. Cut the houses with sharp scissors along the contour, and make holes in the windows with a stationery knife.
For convenience, apply a ruler. Then the blade will make even cuts.
Be careful and careful. All work is best done on a wooden or plastic board.
On the cardboard part, you need to leave some distance from the bottom edge to make a stand for the whole structure.
Fold the edge, forming a kind of stand.
We lay a garland of LEDs between several compositions.
You can add to this magical city details of natural wood. Then the composition will look even more interesting.
This design can be used not only to decorate your own window. Suggest an idea at work!
It looks great combination of applications on the windows and figures located on the windowsill.
Light gives the figures volume.
You can embody the idea in very simple forms, or wipe at true masterpieces!
Have a nice Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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