Making a bonbonniere
It often happens that there is no place to put various trinkets. You have to pack everything in bags or put everything in one place, where you will not find anything. And how wonderful it is that we have our hands and our imagination to make useful things on our own. Here such a nice bonbonniere can serve for storing various small things, and possibly candy (in French, this is exactly what it is for) .Starting a master class, decide which color scheme you would like to make a bonbonniere. Prepare the materials and then proceed, following all instructions. For work we will need: a cutting mat or any hard surface that you can’t ruin, PVA glue, glue brush, clerical knife, pencil, metal ruler, eraser, glue " Moment Crystal ", masking tape, drawing paper, binding paper (2 mm thick), 100% cotton, synthetic winterizer. You will also need a stack and a spatula. In this case, the stack is plastic, but you can have wood or metal.When doing this work, you can get by with just a stack, but the spatula helps a lot to do everything quickly and accurately.Next, you need to make blanks from binderboard with certain sizes. You can make the size of the bonbonniere at your discretion. The main thing to consider when calculating the thickness of the cardboard.Mode with a stationery knife, firmly pressing the metal ruler to the cardboard at the cut point.With the help of “Moment Crystal” glue we glue the parts of the walls to the bottom of the bonbonniere from the side.
Prepare the inside of the lid. Glue the drawing paper and fabric of the desired size on the outer part of it. We fix the finished part with the “Moment Crystal” glue to the inside of the cover, fixing it well.
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