Sculpt a Christmas wreath
You will need: • Clay Craft Soft Clay by DECO clay • glue • leaf mold • beautiful beads (stamens) • artificial spruce branch • branches with berries • wreath base (oasis) • decorative ribbon
|1. Divide the clay into widths. Roll out a drop from the ball and attach it to the mold. It turns out a red leaf, which will be the petal of the flower.||2. For poinsettia you will need 3 small, 3 medium and 5 large petals. Take the stamen beads and attach the petals around them - from the smallest to the largest.|
|3. Glue each flower to a small piece of wire and let it dry for 24 hours.||4. We take the basis (floral oasis foam) in the form of a wreath. Glue the oasis base with green clay and begin to collect a wreath. First we glue the flowers, and then, filling in the empty spaces, spruce branches and decorative branches with berries.|
We tie a wide silk ribbon to the finished wreath so that it can be hung.
Olga Petrova is the only instructor in Europe who teaches how to sculpt Clay Craft ™ Soft Clay by DECO © from Japanese clay. This sculpting technique was invented about 30 years ago in Tokyo by Japanese sculptor Kazuko Miyai. Olga studied this skill with the daughter of a sculptor, and now she herself teaches in Moscow. Modeling School:
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