Craft March 19, 2020
A DIY CRAFT DECOUPAGE LIGHT BULB BIRDS
I never discard lights. I generally keep them in a holder by my specialty supplies, sitting tight for motivation… like the day I chose to make these flawless light birds.DECOUPAGE LIGHT BULB BIRDS
On a blistering summer night in 2010 I was lying in bed, unfit to rest, contemplating thoughts in my mind. I realized I needed to make winged animals from a lot of lights, yet it was the strategy I was pondering over.I additionally thought about how to adorn them, similar to when I made my light heavenly attendant.
These excellent light flying creatures are so brilliant and look extraordinary swinging from the roof! Figure out how to decoupage light winged animals with tissue paper.
white shower paint
white art paste and water OR Mod Podge
orange displaying earth or blend red and yellow as I did
cardboard egg container to use as a stand
acrylic create paint: white and dark
Sharpie markers I utilized hues to coordinate my tissue paper for the eyelids
Clear acrylic splash sealer or coating
plumes hues to coordinate your tissue paper
craft glue weapon
little silk blossoms or leaves discretionary
Splash the bulbs with a layer of white shower paint. It doesn’t need to be great. It’s simply to make a white base to decoupage onto with the goal that the dim spots from the screw top won’t be hard to cover. Permit to dry.
While the paint is dry, move little bits of demonstrating mud between your fingers and make cone shapes.
Tear or cut tissue paper into squares. Blend equivalent measures of white art paste and water to make your decoupage blend. Utilize a paintbrush to apply a little decoupage blend onto the bulb, at that point get a square of tissue paper utilizing the paintbrush (the wet fibers will adhere to the tissue paper, getting it) and delicately place it on the wet bulb. Utilizing a light touch, brush the tissue paper with decoupage.
Coat as a significant part of the light as you can, at that point let dry totally before surrendering the bulb to do the opposite end.
Turn the bulbs over and decoupage the opposite end. I utilized around 3 layers of tissue paper, yet I fundamentally simply continued covering until I was content with the inclusion. Let dry.
Paste the mud snouts to the level finish of the screw tops.
Utilize the handle end of a paintbrush dunked in white paint to include the eyes.
Then again, you can utilize a Sharpie marker to draw on the eyes. Shower the bulbs with acrylic sealer and let dry.
Tie a long bit of angling line around the bulb and craft glue set up. Paste plumes on as wings, tail and a tad on the head.
Use toothpick to include the blacks of the eyes and let dry. At that point utilize the opposite finish of the toothpick to speck on a little piece of white to the dark. You can likewise include eyelids utilizing shaded Sharpie markers. In a portion of the flying creatures, embed little plastic leaves or silk blossoms into the dirt snout.
Tie a long bit of angling line around the bulb and heated glue set up. Paste quills on as wings, tail and a smidgen on the head.
Use toothpick to include the blacks of the eyes and let dry. At that point utilize the opposite finish of the toothpick to spot on a little piece of white to the dark. You can likewise include eyelids utilizing shaded Sharpie markers. In a portion of the flying creatures, embed little plastic leaves or silk blossoms into the dirt mouth