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| - how to make wet tissue

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-12-03
|  -  how to make wet tissue
The beauty of making crafts with paper is that it does not require special supplies-
The items you need to do the project may already be in your home.
Although there are many recipes for paper paste, the simplest recipes only require paper, water and plain white glue.
In a disposable container, such as plastic
Soup container.
Stir fully and mix the ingredients fully.
If you would like to save some mache pasted paper later in the day, please select a covered container. --
If you like a slightly thinner paste, add more water.
Add more glue to the thicker paste.
To save money, use cheap off-
Not expensive craft glue, but Brand school glue.
Cover your project area with plastic tablecloth or wax paper to prevent paste drops.
In this case, the newspaper is not ideal because the paste may stick your project to the desktop.
Set up an empty disposable tray or pie can in the work area;
If you are working on long pieces of paper, this is convenient for dipping the note.
A shallow bowl of water allows you to rinse off your fingers or rubber gloves if they become too sticky while working.
Paper is another critical supply required for paper and paste.
Newspapers, old phone books, flyers, and spam are all working as paper is thin enough to fit the shape of your project, but not too thin to shed tears easily.
For example, the paper towel doesn't work well for the base layer because it's too thin, but you can use it to add colors as the last two layers of the project.
Length depends on the size of your shape-
For normal balloons, the effect is good with a few inches long.
As for the item form, the balloon is ideal as it can pop up after the paper is dry.
Place the balloon in a bowl or roll of concealer tape to keep the balloon in place.
You can also wrap an object with plastic wrap, such as a flipped bowl, and wrap the paper with plastic wrap.
Unless you use wet paper on the first floor, not sticky stickers, it is possible that the plastic will stick to your project.
Dip a piece of paper into the paste container or pour some paste into the shallow tray if you prefer to go into the paste more broadly.
Pull the paper out and run between fingers to remove the excess paste.
If you don't want glue on your hands, please wear rubber gloves.
Smooth the strap to a balloon or item near the top.
Repeat the process with a second piece of paper and pass through the first piece of paper at an angle.
Continue to overwrite the form, crossing one section at a time, until the entire project is overwritten.
Smooth any ripples or raised paper edges when you see them.
It doesn't matter if the project is too big for you to finish at once--
New paper can be applied on dry or partially dry paper.
After the first layer is completely dry, apply another layer.
Once the second layer dries, gently squeeze the item to understand how hard or flexible it is.
If it feels strong enough, pop up the balloon with a needle and remove the balloon if you use it.
Apply more notes in the Hole area to cover it.
If you are using a bowl or solid form, remove the dry paper from the form and peel it off the plastic wrap.
Trim edges on shapes such as bowls with scissors or craft knives.
Add more layers as needed to get thicker, stronger parts.
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