How to make a carriage in a fairy tale
Wheels – two-wire wire. Bent in the shape of the wheel (2 front wheels, I will have more, rear less), joined the edges of the super glue, on top wrapped the joint with adhesive tape for reliability.
Stenched corrugated strips. Sliced along corrugated paper especially, creating the effect of relief, roughness.
From the burlap carved petals, missed for stiffness glue PVA, laid in the bowl, bending edges. After drying, the petals become stiff, and the threads are carefully cut.
From the toothpicks formed spokes, also corrugation. Having made a hole with an awl, between the two veins of the wire, the needle also glued the knitting needles onto the super glue (from the hot glue there would be ugly drops). I put 3 skewers between me, wrapped it with corrugated paper, glued it to the hot glue to the wheel.
On a piece of cardboard began to glue the petals
From the corrugation also shaped the petals, added to the sacking.
To create the carcass skeleton, I wrapped 6 wires with a length of 27 wires. I put them between pieces of cardboard, glued them
A similar manipulation from above.
Downstairs she made skirts of corrugation, directed up and down (she did not take pictures, you can see in photo 3), she made a braid from twine in a circle, decorated with a bow with a bow. Circles of sacking brought order, pasted the bottom and top in places of wire connection.
On what form of wire holds the wheels.
In front of the photo, there is a wire structure on which the “ball” itself will stand. Of the 5 pieces of skewers made a seat, glued to the ledge near the curls (see photo 5).
Because At me the wire not the most rigid have got and sagged under a load of the top part of the carriage, for reliability on a bottom with a wire and a skewer.
She decorated the carriage, wrapped a twine on the wire, it revived the design and diluted the solid black.
Here it is, my dear, without candy flowers. This will remain after eating beauty, on top of a piece of propolis, which inserted flowers, stuck a small length of twine, tied up on top of the “roof”. The threads are cut off, there remains such a construction.
Girls forgot to write how to do flashlights (here in the photo they are not yet). It’s simple: I stuffed 3 pieces of skewers together, at one end I glued a small black closed bud, glued it on top of a petal as an ordinary rose and crosswise inserted a thin wire between the bud and leaves (I had a wire for gerberas) (on the ready lanterns painted the wire black). The other end of the resulting flashlight was glued to the base holding the wheels.