Styropor kippen en haantjes versieren

Styropor, tempex, piepschuim of polystyreen, het materiaal heeft verschillende benamingen. Maar we bedoelen overal hetzelfde, namelijk het witte, lichtgewicht materiaal, waarmee je 1001 leuke knutsels mee kan maken

Deze keer laat ik geknutselde styropor hanen zien. De rechter haan is natuurgetrouw geverfd met acrylverf. De ander heb ik wat fantasierijker geverfd in roze en blauw, en beplakt met lichtroze Silk Clay. De kleine balletjes klei bovenop zijn kam, zijn gewoon met een speldje ingeprikt. Met een zwarte viltstift zijn nog wat details aangebracht.

Twee hanen in 1 hok kan eigenlijk niet. Maar gelukkig bestaan er ook styropor kippetjes, dus geef ieder haantje zijn eigen kippetjes. Dus ren naar de hobbywinkel en decoreer je eigen haantje en kippetjes naar hartelust! 

Tempexfiguren zijn makkelijk te bewerken: schilderen, versieren met pailletten, beplakken met de servettentechniek, touw, Foam Clay, Silk Clay, stof, lintjes, kraaltjes,  enz.

Styropor Haan 23 cm (ongeveer 2,40 euro)

Styropor Hen  14 cm (ongeveer 2,40 euro)

Knutselen met Styropor!

Overzicht knutselen met styropor - gemaakt door Mirelle / Crea met kids 2-12jr

Styropor Tempex Polystyreen piepschuim vormen

Welke styropor vormen bestaan er zoal? - De Knutseljuf Ede

Foam Clay - klei met balletjes

Zelfdrogende / klevende lichtgewicht klei  - De Knutseljuf Ede

Photography: the world and a backpack (I)
In October 2013, I said goodbye to my co-workers, let go the apartment I was renting, sold almost all my possessions and headed towards China with a one-way ticket in hand and a backpack on my shoulders. For eight unforgettable months, I travelled solo in Asia and Oceania and discovered much about the world and myself. I saw landscapes of pristine beauty; visited gold-gilded temples where my shoes stayed at the door; tasted foods I'd never had before (hello, fried worms!), learned to say thank you in a few different languages, watching my interlocutors crack an instant smile; shared many rooms with plenty other travellers; and met wonderful people from a variety of different countries, cultures and beliefs. But most importantly, I learned this: that the vast majority of the people in this world are good and kindness truly lives everywhere. Perhaps it's the current times making me even more nostalgic than my usually nostalgic self, but for some reason I find myself wanting to dig back into my archive of (thousands) of photos from those days, so that I can share some with the lovely community here at Yoors and the world wide web at large. Which brings me to this post. This is the first in a series of posts in which I'll be sharing a few of my favourite snapshots from the Big Trip. Instead of sorting them by country, though, I'll try to go with a specific theme each time. Today I bring you: Humans and water - A multitude of blues provide a gorgeous backdrop for these fisherman and their boat on the smooth surface of lake Erhai, in China. Man, river, and sunset were in perfect alignment on this particular evening, in Laos. A visitor contemplating the surreal stormy beauty of Lake Tekapo, in New Zealand (where nature can induce tears of awe). #photography #travelling #china #laos #newzealand  Unless indicated otherwise, all the material posted here was created by me. If interested in using it, please get in touch via the comments.
Making personal potholders with textile markers
Textile markers are markers with which you can draw and color on textiles. The ink of the markers is no longer washable, if you fix the ink by ironing the textile. The textile markers therefore offer many possibilities to pimp and personalize textiles (in all kinds of shapes)! It can therefore be really used, because it can be washed in the washing machine, without the drawings and colors disappearing! You can think of all kinds of occasions to pimp textiles. For birthdays, weddings, Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays, holidays or just like that, if you want to surprise someone with something personal. That doesn't always have to be potholders, you know?. You can also draw on t-shirts, socks, bags, tea towels, backpacks, marble bags, hair bands, sneakers, aprons, yes even on underpants, why not! This time we go into the kitchen, and we pimp potholders! On a plain paper, first draw an example, what you want on your pot holder. Cut out the contours and pull it over with the black marker. Cut out the parts of the drawing, if you want to outline them Finally, decorate the edges and color everything with nice colors If necessary, use plastic templates for eg. asterisks or hearts The border is simple and easy to color. With the markers that works perfectly! For the kitchen princess And for the kitchen prince, because there are also many! Anna recently has a private house with a small kitchenette. I'm sure she'll like this one! Is your dad (or mom, grandpa, grandma, aunt, neighbor or girlfriend) also the sweetest? A homemade potholder that you can really use in the kitchen! That must be a suitable gift for many. And it looks so nice when it hangs in the kitchen! HERE you'll find the potholders, and more textiles to pimp. TIP: Enter the voucher code CREAKIDS and you will receive a nice surprise included with your order! Fine textile markers needed? These textile markers have a thick tip and a thin tip on the other side! And they're really super fine. More info Book Cooking is a breeze. More info Potholders mosaic colors for Mother's Day - Read more De Knutseljuf Ede has been working with Mirelle van Crea for years with Kids! All craft tips of De Knutseljuf Ede can be found on the website Do you want a creative workshop at your home? Then look at Follow De Knutseljuf Ede on Facebook , Instagram and Pinterest Mail: - Want to see more here on Yoors? Or give a comment or maybe post something yourself? That can be! Sign up first (free) at Yoors: - Sign up here for free at Yoors! #textilepens #troughcloths #personalgift #creatively #textiles #DIY #mothersday #fathersday #birthdaypresent #diycadeau #homemade #giftautip #kinderworkshop #tinkering