Here is an ‘another carboy, a little bigger than decorated with straws see, stood in a corner of the basement along with the other three, I removed the straw which was covered and I decided to change its clothes. It served the VINAVIL type glue, a brush, a big bit of the string, another more subtle kind, scraps of jute and rope dyed trimmings.
In a paper plate I poured glue, I elongated with a little water and I began to brush the carboy starting from the neck, make only a small part, then hand it proceeds it passes other glue.
Begin to twist the thick rope around the big bottle, stuck his head under the first turns of rope, pulling for good, do 2 or 3 turns and move the glue also on the rope. Raise up other glue on glass, make other turns of rope and brush over again. One should be careful to approach each turn of the rope with the upper one so that you do not see the window below. Do this until the end of the jug. I’ve got half done, I waited to dry and then the next day I went so I could work more smoothly the underneath flipping. When the jug is completely covered even brush glue the whole string. The PVA glue when it dries it becomes transparent so you can abound.
Let it dry for a few days
I painted all over with a red acrylic paint brick, mixed with a tablespoon of PVA glue.
I did well to dry and I started to prepare the decorations with a thinner string.
I cut 5 pieces of the same size rope, I formed the petals and I glued on the canvas jute them.
After they are dried well I cut all around.
This is the first flower
At the center of the corolla as I glued the head of these pins (I do not know what to call them), first cutting off the tabs.
I then did some more doodles with a thin rope of different shapes and glued them on the carboy forming various decorations.
Before you do all the decorations I glued on the neck and at the center of the carboy belly jute trimmings.
Here it is over! As usual, it took a little patience but the result always pays. How about?