How to make nightlight for children’s room
nightlight for children's room
We offer you a nice idea of ​​manufacturing a nightlight for a child’s room in a Winnie the Pooh with balloons. Mishka offer blind from salt dough, and the ball is made of thread and glue (previously we have not once described the process of making such balloons)
To produce a nightlight for the nursery, you will need:
FOR THE BALL:
– Balloon;
– 3 spools of thread + PVA glue;
– A large needle;
– Wire, black electrical tape;
– Lighting small + cartridge under it, plug wire.
FOR Winnie the Pooh:
– salty dough;
– Paper, foil;
– Toothpicks,
– Gouache paint and varnish.
Nightlight for the nursery step by step:
Pierce tube with glue and insert the thread ( picture  2). Then wrap the bead thread (photo 3). As a result, you get the appearance of a “cocoon”, leave for a few days to dry (photo 4).
nightlight for children's room
Pierce the ball and remove the residues (photo 5).
nightlight for children's room
Make two balls of newspaper (for the torso and head) (photo 6). Wrap them with foil (photo 7). Now spread the dough, and for the best bonding between the balls you can use a toothpick or a piece of wire (photo 8).
Just shape of the orbit (eye deepening) (Photo 9). Make a muzzle (photo 10). Mouth with nose and ears (photos 11-13).
nightlight for children's room
Secure yourself the edge (photo 18). Next, create the slides, flatten, try, remove the excess. This will be the most interesting point in the work, because the bear appears the mood and character (photos 19-21).
nightlight for children's room
Make paws on the principle of body manufacturing. Newspaper wrap foil (Photo 22). Clung to test and insert toothpicks (Photo 23). The paw to slide wire, which is attached to the lamp cartridge (photo 24).
nightlight for children's room
Secure the wire holder (wrap the wire around – chuck will be as if inserted into a ring of wire), cut into a “cocoon-bowl” hole required to accommodate the bulb with holder and sew the thread to the frame wire. Next, connect the wire and the wire together by wrapping them with electrical tape (photo 25). The wire remains inside the legs, holds the empty top (photo 26).
nightlight for children's room
The ball can turn unstable, so the circle at the bottom need to add stiffening using toothpicks. You can also consider a successful design of the ball.
nightlight for children's room
nightlight for children's room
Nightlight for “Winnie the Pooh” children’s room is ready!
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