Wreath from Foamiran. Master Class

Hello, dear readers. Today I want to present you another competitive work. The master class was prepared by Tamara Chervinskaya. It is a wreath of fameiran. Gentle, beautiful, spring wreath. Look at yourself, what a miracle. I am pleased to convey the word Tamara, now she will tell you how to make such a wreath. Good day to all visitors to the site Alena Kravchenko. I want to present you one more of my work. If you like spring, if you want to prolong its flowering, then maybe my master class will cause a desire to do something for myself or my daughter. I was born in the spring, and already( without a few days) 50 years, I do not cease to admire this magical time of the year! But the spring is so short, it's cold, and then, suddenly, in April, the real summer may come, and the spring flowers blossom so quickly. ..

Knowing my weakness, my friend sent me a huge number of photos from Amsterdam with crocuses, snowdrops, daffodils andstill it is not clear what spring flowers. They have, on the contrary, no winter, no summer, one eternal spring and a little autumn. And the primroses blossom from early February to the end of May! And now, inspired by these photos, I decided to extend the spring flowering, even if not in the country, and not even at my dacha, but in one, a separate wreath!))) Thanks to my dear Taechka for inspiration! !!And thanks to the man who invented the foiaran! Wreath from Foamiran. Master class

Materials needed:

  • Foamiran of yellow, white, green( lighter and darker) and blue colors
  • Dry pastel of white and pink colors
  • Bead wire
  • Finished stamens( possible without them)
  • Adhesive gun
  • Second glue
  • Tape tapegreen
  • Wire for wreath base, about 1 meter long soft( I found copper)
  • Glue PVA thick
  • Starch corn or potato
  • Yellow acrylic paint
  • Hand Cream
  • A little soda

In my wreath three inYes Color - mimosa, Scilla Difolia and daffodils. For each flower, I offer a small master class.

Let's start with the mimosa

We cut the bead wire about 4-5 cm long

To form the mimosa balls we make the simplest kind of cold porcelain.(Excuse me, the skilled workers who work with this material, for what I call my mash this noble name)))

Take one tablespoon of PVA and starch glue, add 0.3 teaspoon of soda and 0.5 teaspoon of hand cream. We knead it. The mass should be quite elastic. We add yellow acrylic paint. After the preparation of the mass, it is recommended to leave it in a plastic bag for a day. Moreover, we have something to do.

We cut the yellow foiramar with scissors into small crumbs. The smaller we cut, the more tender and natural our mimosa will look. I used for this purpose trimming fomirana.

Thanks to my "plushkinism", I have accumulated enough scraps.

That's how our baby looks like

Next we begin to sculpt the mimosa. But before that, we wrap the wire with a thin tape( cut into three parts along).You can do this after drying. We roll tiny balls, a little more than a match head and push them onto the wire.

I had fears - will they stick, and so at first made the eyelets on the end of the wire. Experience has shown that both with the loop and without the eyelet, holds equally well. And in order to tear off the ball, you need to make an effort. It is necessary, of course, to dry thoroughly.

After drying, we begin to give our mimosa "fluffiness".We spread the ball glue PVA( I have a water resistant, for reliability), and then we dip it into foamirine crumb. Lightly pressed with fingers, to give a round shape.

Excess shaking. We stick into a sponge or a piece of foam plastic to dry.

After drying, we collect our flowers in the inflorescence, using a tape tape. To twigs do not look rudely better to cut the tape along two, and preferably three parts. In one inflorescence 7-9 flower-balls.

The final touch is the leaves. From the green foyamiran we cut out the ovals about 4 cm. Fold them in half and begin to slant diagonally at an angle of 45 degrees.

Heat on the iron and twist the edges a little. On the reverse side of the leaf you can glue the wire, wrapped, tape tape. The leaf is attached to our branch. Mimosa for the wreath is ready


I love these first spring flowers. In our forests there are a lot of them and if they really came, spring has come into its own!

For a wreath I made the opened flowers and buds. For the former, we need 6 petals, for the second, three. I have 11 colors and 7 buds.

From the dark blue foraminar we cut out rectangles measuring 2.5 cm by 1.5 cm. Cut the corners. The petal turns out. For my number of colors, it took 87 pieces.

Apply the petals to the hot iron, then twist and grind in your hands to make it as thin as possible. Straighten, giving it a petal shape, stretching slightly in the middle. With a toothpick we draw on the petal veins

White pastel slightly tinted petals at the base.

We cut out a strip of 0.5 - 0.7 mm in width from a white or yellow faryamin. We cut it with fringe. This will be the middle of our flower. One strip will go about 1 cm long( or slightly less).

Assembling the flower

To the wire in the tape tape( the same as for the mimosa) with a second glue around the glue we glue our strip - fringe. Around start to paste the petals - three in the first row and three in the second( in checkerboard pattern).

From the green foyamiran we cut out narrow strips, pointed at the end. We scroll between the fingers, wrapping the edges inward. Obtained leaves, with the help of a tapes tape attached to the flower. Sparrows for the wreath are ready!

Narcissus Crowned

There are five of them in the wreath. So, we need to make five middles. To do this, we take the wire, make a loop at the end and around it, glue it with a fringed fringe of foyamiran of yellow color. Instead of wire, you can take the finished stamen. The height of the fringe is about 1.5 cm. These are our stamens.

For the crowns, we cut out five circles. On the edge of tinting a pink pastel. In the center of the toothpick make a hole. We warm up the circle on a hot iron, fold it in half and two more times in half. The resulting detail is twisted and rubbed in the fingers. Leave it and let it cool down. Here is the crown of our narcissus. We pass the stamens into the crown, apply some glue at the base of the stamens.

Cut out 30 petals. Daffodils are very different in form and color. Mine will be white. We cut the fameiran with rectangles of 4.5 cm by 3 cm.

Cut the petals cutting the corners. And then we do the same with them as with the petals of the woods.( We heat, thin, straighten and apply a vein with a toothpick).

The figure shows the lines by which the veins are applied.

For each flower, glue together three leaves together. The shape of the detail in the picture above. For each flower, you need two such parts.

In the middle we make a hole, pass our finished center-crown through the petal detail, apply glue and glue the first row of petals.

With the second detail we also enter( the petals of the second row should be located between the petals of the first).

The narcissus has a rather thick stalk and in order to make it look more realistic, the teplent is wrapped around the wire in several layers.

The narcissus near the flower also has a shirt( I do not know how it is called correctly).Usually it is beige in color. I did it too. Cut out the part, heated on iron and mashed for delicacy. Attached to the base of the flower with teplent.

Assembling the wreath

The wire length 96cm( two lengths of our wreath + eight centimeters loop) folded in half, twisted together and wrapped in a green teeplant. At the ends, you need to make loops, where we will pass the ribbons to tie a wreath.

Starting from the middle we attach our flowers to the base with the help of the same teeplant.

First one side, then symmetrically( or not) the other. We arrange flowers as our imagination tells us!

Already something, and weaving wreath can every girl! For example, every spring I can not deny myself the pleasure of weaving a wreath of dandelions. For yourself and your friend, Black.)))

And here it was possible to get a wreath made of flowers that are not very suitable for this purpose in their natural form! Here is a wreath made of gentle spring flowers!

Thanks for attention! I will be happy if my master class inspires to create your own flower creation! I wish everyone inspiration, a beautiful spring mood and harmony in the Soul!

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