How to make flower from sea shells
 
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
For me it took: Frame fotogravy glue “Titan”, the thread (green “ROSE”, yellow “LIRA”, brown yarn for branches, canvas, shell Donax Sinosus (the name should not scare you :), they can be replaced by other small shells), soft wire, scissors and clearcoat.
 
flower from sea shells
Begin with the stalks.
Yellow thread (10 cm) for the midway, green (two strands 30 cm) weave stem.
 
flower from sea shells
On the yellow thread to tie a knot and secured with two needle on the pillow. Green threads weave a chain of 4-5 cm from the loop nodes. Stop here will not detail, the same chain have leaves (must be all clear).
 
flower from sea shells
The extra threads are cut. Tips cropped yellow filament secured by an adhesive to form a ball. Stems are ready.
 
flower from sea shells
Then glue the petals around the midway …
flower from sea shells
I continue … it was for me the piece of work 
 
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
I have to get ready for the bottom row of flowers. If the stem length would be too big, it will be easy to cut.
 
flower from sea shells
I do twig. I form of wire frame and wrapped with brown yarn …
 
flower from sea shells
I began to make out the work. For background use canvas, glue a twig and a lower number of flowers.
 
flower from sea shells
Something like this…
 
flower from sea shells
To avoid missing volume, the glue “cushion” of green threads.
 
flower from sea shells
I fill the top row of flowers, without stalks (just the yellow middle, with petals). Submitting buds of two shells.
 
flower from sea shells
Here’s what happened …
 
flower from sea shells
. Leaflets
are fixed thread: thread for the middle leaf 50 cm and two threads at 60 cm.
 
flower from sea shells
On both sides of the horizontal rep weave knots.
 
flower from sea shells
Double flat knot in the middle of the leaf …
 
flower from sea shells
 After the second series of horizontal and flat rep nodes node adds an extra 60 cm thread (on both sides).
 
flower from sea shells
Next, double flat knot.
 
flower from sea shells
I continue adding additional threads to weave Brides rep nodes + double flat knot.
 
flower from sea shells
To sheet was completed, several rows (two or three) of the horizontal weave Brides rep nodes, eliminating the thread from the previous bridy.Shirina sheet comes with waning. I get …
 
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
Then again looped knots on the four strands of …
 
flower from sea shells
Cropped extra threads (tips can hem or glue.
 
flower from sea shells
Gets ready to leaf …
 
flower from sea shells
Make out the work, leaves fixed with glue. Now we have to cover the shell with varnish and you’re done. I get …
 
flower from sea shells
Ready.
 
flower from sea shells
PS At the request of Lenchik79 (explain Photo 20) …. decided to add more photos to a different color scheme. I think. the main node in weaving … so you should pay more attention to him.
And so … is the result of Photo 19.
 
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
Next, the upper thread (yellow) – the main, her rep weave horizontal units blue thread
20a Everything is in order …
 
flower from sea shells
I do loop 20b …
 
flower from sea shells
20c is tightened and get …
 
flower from sea shells
20g and another of the same unit …
 
flower from sea shells
20D tighten and get …
The same components only in mirror image, weave with the other hand. These nodes are mobile, these mobile units can be of slightly lower a little with yellow yarn to Brida of them took almost a horizontal position immediately following Brides weave indented from the previous one. Hopefully Teter whiter clear.
Next photo of MC 21, 22 ….
 
flower from sea shells
flower from sea shells
Well that’s all for today and   I hope I have not tired you   , thank you very much for your attention  ! .If Have any questions … ask, be sure to answer. I would be glad if MK is useful to someone  ..

flower from sea shells

courtesy: stranamasterov
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