Tuesday, 6 August 2013
Monday, 24 June 2013
This super cute teddybear can be made within one day! And most part of it is drying!
Follow my steps below and you should have your own unique teddy bear made it doesn't
have to look like my one ,make yours any structure you want :)
The steps below are very detailed! SO you can even just look at the pictures!
1.You will need some wool (I was using 50% acrylic and 50% wool)
2.Cut yourself some of the string that you need for your bear (keeping in
mind it usually requires more than you think because the wool
3. Cut the sting into short parts such as mine in the picture below.........
4.Split the cuts off wool with your fingers so that there is no particular shape.
5.Find a glue that takes long to dry and make sure that its a type that hardens clear!
(I used UHU universal glue)
6.Apply glue to the wool and mix make sure that there is enough glue but not too
much there must not be excess glue along with the wool
7.This part is VERY messy your hand will be covered in glue. Grab some of your
gunky mixture and mold it into rough shapes of your teddybear body parts. My
technique of molding was to grab how much i need fold in the sticking out hairy
strands , then fold my piece into shape and roll it off a dry surface to shape :)
8. Your parts will most likely be hairy like mine below but that will all be fixed!
9. Leave your parts to dry fully (Halfway through drying you can always mold your
parts a bit better as it is easier)
10. After your pieces have dried cut off the parts sticking out such as what I'm
doing in the picture below.
11.you will have all your dry parts and YOU can now stick them together! or what
I did was i made the paws and legs movable its really your choice! You can also
add decoration to your bear give him a scarf!
12.Add the snout (if you made one)you can sow on the mouth like i did and draw
on the eyes or glue them!
13. You have your own unique bear!
Saturday, 23 March 2013
Here are some more pictures reffering to what i also did .
|Adding a bit of furniture and making sure its to scale im very bad at making objects at the right scale /:|
|Making the curtains that was fun used alot of hairspray though.|
|Its starting to look like a bedroom now!!!! i remember i couldn't stop looking at it!|
In September i started a project! where my plan was to make a room box! upon deciding that it will be a bedroom i headed straight in my plan was to have everything made by me from scratch.
My theme was based around a floral like cottage that's not too old in style :)
Once i had my roombox made i really went for the easiest floor to make (out of lollipop sticks)
very painful and boring process i might say haha
One of the reasons i was ready to make the room fully handmade was because i had collected soo many ideas over time :) ...and i don't like the fact of cheating by putting in things you bought haha
after i had varnished my wood i added the wallpaper and then i went on to give the room some character ^.^