Do you still use pasta exclusively for making soups and side dishes? But in vain! This product is great for creativity. This workshop will revolutionize your understanding of pasta. You will learn how to make a big picture out of them, which will fit perfectly into the interior of the kitchen. If you are interested in an idea, then rather prepare everything you need for its implementation.
- - a piece of thick cardboard or hardboard;
- - a piece of burlap;
- - thermal gun;
- - pasta of different sizes and shapes;
- - a tube of universal glue (preferably PVA).
First prepare the basis for a future masterpiece. To do this, take a piece of cardboard (hardboard). Its size can be anything, it all depends on your preference. The optimal value is 35 cm by 45 cm.
Next, take a piece of regular burlap and cut it to the size of the cardboard base. Do not forget to make an allowance of 2.5 cm on each side.
Using a heat gun, glue the fabric to the base, pulling it tightly on all sides.
Fix the side parts first.
Then glue the upper and lower burlap allowances. Make sure that the corners are smooth and well-tensioned at the same time.
The foundation is ready! Sacking looks very textured. If you do not like this material, then pick linen or calico fabric. The main condition is that the material should be monophonic.
Now pick up pasta of different shapes and sizes. You will definitely need long spaghetti, thin and thick spirals, shells, casters, scallops and horns.
Apply PVA glue to the base. Let it be chaotic strokes resembling an air vortex.
Lay out a handful of long spaghetti in the shape of a fan and gently press with your hands so that they grip with glue.
If in some places the pasta has not fixed, you can additionally apply a little glue on top. After drying, it will not be visible.
Then take 5 thin long pasta and put 2-3 horns on them.
Glue these blanks onto a spaghetti fan.
Next, make flowers using the wheels for the middle and thick spirals for the petals.
You should get 5 lush flowers.
Form the stems from thin spirals.
And leaves from rounded horns.
Glue small shells and scallops on the upper edge of the picture in a chaotic manner.
That's all, the pasta picture is ready. The result was a magnificent bouquet. After drying, all elements are held on the canvas reliably and firmly.
This is the original way to use pasta leftovers that lie idle in kitchen cabinets.
Hang a masterpiece in the kitchen and wait for delighted guest reviews. Such an extraordinary craft will cause their genuine stormy delight.
If desired, the work can be varnished or painted in gold or silver. It is better to paint with a spray can.
Do not be afraid to experiment, create amazing pictures from the most unexpected materials!