❣DIY Fairy House Lamp Recycling TRASH❣

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❣DIY Whimsy Fairy House Recycling Plastic Bottles❣

DIY Whimsy Fairy House Lamp Recycling Coke Plastic Bottles Hello, in this tutorial I show you how I made a whimsy fairy house lamp using two coke plastic bottles, tin foil, paint, hot glue and paper clay. This is a great way to teach children about recycling and also stimulate their creativity and imagination. Tools & Materials: Das modelling material - http://amzn.to/2r5FEHY Tin foil - http://amzn.to/2sOcY7K Watercolors - http://amzn.to/2rcBmTi Acrylic paint - http://amzn.to/2s8KaIZ Lights - http://amzn.to/2t1oRqQ Hot gun - http://amzn.to/2sO7EkF Fruit carving knife - http://amzn.to/2seNzqP I first cut the large bottle in three pieces. I glue the top and bottom pieces to the small 0,5 l bottle. I place the small bottle a little higher so it looks like a little tower. I cut the leftover cylinder plastic in two smaller pieces and glue them in the front and in the back of the house. Next step is to build the rest of the house using tin foil and hot glue. This is a fast way to achieve a basic volume that will be the base for our paper clay. Using tin foil I built the roof cones, the chimneys the door arch and the flat roof above the entrance. You should now have the general shape of your fairy house. Cover everything with paper clay. You can work in one layer or, if you are a beginner you should work in two layers, one for covering the surface and the second one for the details like windows, door, wood texture, bark, mushrooms, door steps, curly roofs. When making the windows keep in mind it will be a lamp so you should draw as many windows as you can so the light will come out nicely. After the paper clay is dry you can easily add more details using tin foil and hot glue, like I did for some of the windows. The roof tiles should be placed starting from the bottom of the roof and working your way up. Let everything dry. I used watercolors and acrylic paint for painting because I like working in layers and be able to change if I don't like the way it looks. In the end you can seal the paint using some matte spray varnish. I placed some battery LED lights under the house. I recommend you use soft lights that will gently illuminate your windows so it looks like a real house. DON'T USE HOT LIGHTS! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: "Accralate - The Dark Contenent" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100341 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Popular Videos: DIY Enchanted Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rToLsZ2M1-Y DIY Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XfylbVpZXA DIY Boot Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kojz9tNglAc DIY Mushroom Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY6BeBg1eiw ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So like, comment and subscribe to my channel for more videos https://www.youtube.com/c/CreativeMom?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with me on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/CreativeMother https://twitter.com/DiaCreativeMom Let me know what you think in the comments section below! Thank you!

❣DIY Log Fairy House Recycling a Plastic Bottle❣

DIY Log Fairy House Lamp Recycling a Plastic Bottle Hello, in this tutorial I show you how I made a log fairy house lamp using a plastic bottle, tin foil, paint, hot glue and paper clay. This is a great way to teach children about recycling and also stimulate their creativity and imagination. I start by drawing the sketch of the house. I visualize how will the 2,5 liters plastic bottle fit in the design and draw the shape of the fairy house around it. After I have the sketch of the fairy house ready, I start cutting the plastic bottle in four pieces. Then I glue them together in place. Next step is to build the rest of the house using tin foil and hot glue. This is a fast way to achieve a basic volume that will be the base for our paper clay. Using tin foil I built the hill under the house, the tree bark, the chimney, the roof cones and a branch. I also designed some stairs in front of the door and two mushrooms as pillars on each side of the door. After I have the general shape of your fairy house I can start covering everything with paper clay. You should work in two layers, one for covering the surface and the second one for the details like windows, door, wood texture, bark, mushrooms, door steps. When making the windows keep in mind it will be a lamp so you should draw as many windows as you can so the light will come out nicely. After the paper clay is dry you can easily add more details like I did for some of the windows. Let everything dry. I used watercolors and acrylic paint for painting because I like working in layers and be able to change if I don't like the way it looks. In the end you can seal the paint using some matte spray varnish. I placed some battery LED lights under the house. I recommend you use soft lights that will gently illuminate your windows so it looks like a real house. DON'T USE HOT LIGHTS! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tools & Materials: Das modelling material Tin foil Watercolors Acrylic paint Lights Hot glue gun Fruit carving knife ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Popular Videos: DIY Enchanted Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rToLsZ2M1-Y DIY Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottles - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XfylbVpZXA DIY Boot Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kojz9tNglAc DIY Mushroom Fairy House Lamp Using Coke Plastic Bottle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FY6BeBg1eiw ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So like, comment and subscribe to my channel for more videos https://www.youtube.com/c/CreativeMom?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with me on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/CreativeMother https://twitter.com/DiaCreativeMom Let me know what you think in the comments section below! Thank you!

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❣DIY Fairy Garden Log House Jar❣

DIY Fairy Garden Log House Jar In this video tutorial I show you how I made a medium sized fairy log house using a regular mason jar, tin foil, hot glue, paper clay and acrylic paint. It’s fun to make and you can use it as a decoration, secret hiding spot, or you can even turn it into a lamp by adding some battery operated LED candle lights. I will use mine for my fairy garden along side my other jar houses. Materials and tools: one empty jar with lid, aluminum foil, air dry paper clay (here is my video on making your own AIR DRY PAPER CLAY https://youtu.be/_Ef-U6aZEoI ), hot glue and watercolors. (A lot of you asked me if you can use polymer clay on this kind of projects. Of course you can use polymer clay but for bigger jars like the ones I used in this video you will have to use a lot of polymer clay and the whole project will become expensive. You will be able to save a lot of material using thin foil but still, I would recommend you to use air dry paper clay.) Choose a jar and clean it with hot water and soap. Think about the shape of your fairy log house. I used cardboard and tin foil for the tree bark. I glued them together using hot glue. I also made a chimney and a branch using a wire and tin foil. When I was satisfied with the basic shape of my log house I made the door and started applying clay. You can work in two layers if you don't think you can make the texture from the first layer you apply. If the clay doesn’t stick to the previous layer I recommend you to water the areas you want to work on. Also keep a water container near by to wet your hands and working utensils when they get sticky. Use water to achieve smooth and shiny surfaces. Paint the fairy house in the desired colors. You can use acrylic paint or watercolors. If you use watercolors for this step I recommend you seal them in the end with varnish or regular hair spray. I painted the lid using different shades of nail polish until it looked like some tree log rings. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Popular Videos: DIY Smurfs Mushroom House Jar - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdsupGjxCMU DIY Fairy House with Attic using Two Jars - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehZTdlyvSC0 DIY Faux Stones & Wood - Fairy House Jars - DIY Fairy House https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rMevG_i9uU How to make an AWESOME Fairy Tree House https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hP-KSxuYLCI ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So like, comment and subscribe to my channel for more videos https://www.youtube.com/c/CreativeMom?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with me on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/CreativeMother https://twitter.com/DiaCreativeMom Let me know what you think in the comment section below! Thank you!

❣AWESOME DIY Fairy Tree House❣

Awesome DIY Fairy Tree House. This is a detailed diy fairy tree house project so make sure you have CC on for english step by step instructions on how to make a fairy house. In this video you can learn how to make a fairy house for your fairy garden. Besides learning how to make a fairy house you will also learn how to make an old fairy tree. You’ll only need some tree branches, copper wires, some oakum, hot glue, tin foil, craft foam, wood glue, a piece of styrofoam and lots of imagination and creativity. I’ll put a link to my step by step instructable so you can make one too. I know there are alot of videos on how to make a fairy house but I tried a different approach. If you have any suggestions about a new project, please, comment in the comment section below. Step 1 Fasten a copper wire around a piece of wood and insert them into a styrofoam block. Use a cutter to make the hole in the styrofoam. Glue the wood inside the hole using hot glue and polyurethane foam. Step 2 While the foam hardens connect the branches you selected for this project with pieces of copper wire. The wires should be somewhere around 20 cm. Step 3 Transform your styrofoam piece into a hill. Use a saw, a wire brush and a cutter for this process. Don’t worry about styrofoam’s bumps. We’ll fix those later. Step 4 Start building your tree using the wired branches and other pieces of wire (I used different color for these wires so you can see them easily) Step 5 Add thickness to the lower side of the branches using tin foil. Step 6 Cover the foil and part of the branches with oakum and wood glue. This will strengthen the whole thing. I used some pigment in my glue so you can easily see what I’m doing. Step 7 Start building your tree house. Draw the walls, the floor and roof using branches. When you are satisfied with the general shape glue the branches together with hot glue. Don’t rush into cutting the branches short just yet. You can cut them later when you decide they don’t add any beauty value to the house. Be creative and don’t use only straight lines (fairies don’t use ruler and compass) Step 8 Start adding the actual walls. Use craft foam sheets, marker, scissors and hot glue for this step. Draw the wall lines on the sheets placing them “inside” the house. Start with the walls, and finish with the roof. Draw each line adding a 2 mm offset, making sure not to cut to much. Try to establish where the windows will go before gluing the walls. It’s harder to cut the holes after you glued the walls in place. When gluing the walls make sure you glue on the inside so you don’t have dripping glue on the outside. The roof doesn’t have to be perfect because we’ll cover it with tiles later on. Step 9 Beautify the tree using oakum, copper wires and hot glue. You can modify the aspect of your tree so it advantages the little house. You can make it thicker, older looking, with big gnarled roots and hollows. You can also add now some window details, door, pebbles on the walls and chimney. Step 10 Add a layer of plaster, resin or wood glue for hardening the surface. Step 11 Adding the tiles. Use stripes of craft foam and hot glue for this step. Partly cut the paper at relatively equal distances. Use your thumb’s thickness as a spacer. Place the tiles starting from the bottom and working your way up the roof. Again add a layer of plaster, resin or wood glue for hardening your new tiles. Step 12 Paint your house with the desired colors. Make sure you cover all of the craft foam sheets. We chose a more realistic look, but you can use brighter colors if you feel like it. It depends on where you want to use it. Step 13 In this final step we add a layer of wood glue (the one that becomes transparent when dry) on the styrofoam piece. Make sure you don’t touch the tree. Throw dry sand while the glue is still wet. In the end your styrofoam should look and feel like a sandy rock. All you need to do now is find a nice place to position your new tree house and make lots of nice pictures. My Instructable on how to make a fairy house - http://adf.ly/1RRVTM So like, comment and subscribe to my channel for more videos https://www.youtube.com/c/CreativeMom?sub_confirmation=1 Connect with me on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/CreativeMother https://twitter.com/DiaCreativeMom Thank you!

Hi, in this video I show you how I made a fairy house lamp recycling some cardboard from an old box, egg cartons, pizza boxes, toilet paper tubes and two plastic bottles. The only bought materials I used are the colors, the hot glue and the P.V.A. glue. It took me about ten days to finish, including the drying time.
I had a vague idea of what I want to create, I brought all the materials I thought I'll need and just went freestyle with them.
I started by cutting the bottom of one of the bottles. I then made a hole in some piece of cardboard and got the bottle through it. I glued them together and starting from that unusual shape I added pieces of cardboard piece by piece until I had a little house. For the bottom of the house I used some old newspaper to make a big volume that I later covered with pieces of egg cartons. Those are great for rock textures. I added the other plastic bottle on one side of the house as a little tower or balcony. After I had my shape ready I draw some windows and cut them away using a cutter. I glued some pieces of plastic in place using the rest of the plastic bottles. On top of those I glued some window frames made out of some toilet paper tubes. I also glued frames on the plastic bottle balcony.
The paper clay I made is a very simple recipe. Take two 30 eggs cartons and tear them apart in a plastic container. Pour hot water over the broken pieces and using a spoon make sure they are completely under water. Wait for the water to cool down and start tearing the cartons in even smaller pieces. Wait for another half hour or so and break it even more. When you have a homogeneous paste, using a sieve separate the carton from the water and squeeze the water out as much as you can(is better to have less water at this point, you can always add more if needed). Place the material in a different container and add four spoons of P.V.A. glue. Mix it well and after this step you should have a paste that is smooth enough to apply on your projects. I use my knife for that but you can use any modelling tools you have available. As a tip, don't make more than you need so you don't have storage and mold problems later.
I applied the paper clay using a knife and a spoon. I can say that it's not the most user friendly clay but it is super strong once it's dry. I was able to cover the whole shape and even made some wooden textures for the door and the porch. It has a fibrous consistency but I really am ok with that as it will help me later with the coloring and the patina. I never want a smooth surface.
I made staircases and a handrail for the porch. I also wanted some cool roof texture so I covered the whole roof with tiles made out of the cardboard from the pizza boxes. Those were just the right thickness.
Painting the house was fun. Remember I told you about the texture? Here's how it works. I cover the house in a dark color first. Then I add a very bright color or even white but only to the surface of the texture. So I get a nice contrast. On top of that bright color you can add other colors. Stones for example have different colors all around.
I placed an LED flashlight under the house to get a cool effect in the dark.

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