Kerststerren van ijzerdraad aan tak


Maak je eigen hangende kerstdecoratie! Hang zelfgemaakte sterren van metaaldraad en stof, aan een mooie kronkelende tak. Heel decoratief tegen de muur of voor het raam in de woonkamer of slaapkamer. Leuk om te doen, voor volwassenen maar ook leuk voor de wat grotere kinderen. En het resultaat is door zijn eenvoud, helemaal geweldig!

Als je 12 sterren zo maakt, 3 van elke kleur, dan heb je een leuke collectie om op te hangen. Knoop de sterren afwisselend en in verschillende hoogtes aan je tak. Voila, je eigengemaakte hippe kerstdecoratie! Wedden dat je er heel veel leuke reacties op krijgt?

Benodigdheden:

  • Buigbaar ijzerdraad/bloemendraad
  • Kniptangetje en knijptangetje
  • 10 spijkers met kleine kop
  • Reepjes gescheurde stof, in 4 kleuren
  • 12 stukjes touw van verschillende lengtes
  • Kronkelend takje

Sla spijkertjes ineen stuk hout in de vorm die je wilt.

Wikkel het draad een paar keer om de vorm.

Knip het draad af en maak het vast aan de vorm. Haal dan de vorm van je spijkerplankje.

Lijm het startpunt vast met textiellijm

Wikkel de textielreepjes om de vorm tot je helemaal rond bent

Lijm het eindpunt vast met textiellijm

Deze sterren van de foto zijn gemaakt door mijn creatieve schoonzus, Marlijn. Zoals jullie zien, ze is een ster in sterren maken, maar dat niet alleen! Ze heeft al meerdere creatieve projecten gemaakt, dus blijf De Knutseljuf Ede volgen en je mist niets!

100 Kerst knutsels en ideetjes

Verzameld door Crea met Kids

Dit hobby ijzerdraad / metaaldraad is 45 meter lang (3 rolletjes van 15 meter), en is 0,7mm dik. De prijs is ongeveer 4,10 euro

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