Of jewelry craft up to Decopatch – are no limits of creativity. Tinkering refers to the process of paper with scissors and glue widely. However, the issue is much more extensive than many people think. There are a variety of techniques. Such as the jewelry crafting.
Here, with Pearl like beads, beads, Gill – semi-precious stones, threaded piece of jewelry Swarovski or even glass beads or created. Individual semi-precious stones and pearls are strung together and made it to a piece of jewelry. It can both be a chain, bracelets or even earrings or brooches. Another technique is scrapbooking. Here, such as photo albums, cards, or boxes with ribbons, stickers, Brads, snaps and colors for a wide range of events are designed. Motifs can be incorporated with motif sheets of paper. Also motif stamp are here to help and sublime effects are generated using the Emobssing technique.
Fiddling with wax is popular. Here are for a variety of occasions like candles Communion, confirmation or christening and wedding decorated with slabs of wax, wax motifs and wax liners. It can be poured candles even – requires a shape and wax lenses, as well as a wick. Also the technique of Decopatch is very popular. Here, papier-mache figures with a clear lacquer coated and covered with scraps of paper to funny images. Even whole pieces of furniture can it be decorated. A more – also very popular technique is the mosaic hobby. Papier-mache or MDF parts with acrylic mosaic or classic mosaic stones are decorated. Thus, vases, plates or also all pieces of furniture or walls are created. Felting is also excellently suited for children. Here is on a surface with a felting needle the so-called felt wool so long “felted”, until figures of various kinds. Get craft supplies in the stores or online in handicraft shops. Articles for the most varied techniques are offered there. Many shops also offer a connected community where visitors can get ideas and also Beginners get tips from the experts at the Forum. This article was written for online artikel.de on May 30, 2010 by Matthias Eckstein