- - acrylic paint, brush synthetic, scraps of fabric, scissors, glue PVA
- - PVA glue, old glossy magazine, scissors
- - ceramic tiles, hammer, tile adhesive, brush mixturegrouting
- - black spray paint, golden enamel, glue, gold cord, or artificial amber beads
Tip 2: How to decorate a pot
So, your attention is invited to one of the options that will help you transform yourself an old pot in a work of art.
You will need a pot of plastic, plaster, various slides, PVA glue, special nail polish, a small brush and a clean cloth.In this case, the slides were used, which were collected on the coast, but you can use everything from shells and finishing stones, or you can go to a pet shop and buy there special colored stones.
better if your slides or pebbles are several colors, in this case, you can lay out the pattern.So when you have decided with what exactly you will be drawing, you need to put it on paper.
Then, when you already know what you will have a drawing you start working on it.First of all you have to stick to the pot main picture, and then background.Be sure to wait until the glue dries, remember that it is laborious exercise may take you several days.
Then you apply the plaster, do not try to apply the putty only stitches.Better promazhte full pot, do not be alarmed if some glass pieces will fall, you can paste them after the plaster dries.On drying putty takes about 24 hours.
Once you have done putty, wait 5 minutes, no more, and then take your cloth and begin to slowly flush with plaster stones.After that, wait for the complete drying putty.
After a day and a half is better to make sure that the plaster has dried up, it starts to get light, you have to cover all the slides varnish.Wait until the paint is dry, the pot and bring to light.Your slides are not real light shine, it came out very nice and the main thing that you did it yourself.
As you can see, in order to decorate the pot, do not need great skills.But perseverance and a good imagination here will not be superfluous.Thus, we can make their own, unique collection of pots from the other.