Kerst gnoompjes maken van vilt en eierdoos


Wie kent die schattige figuurtjes nog niet? Ik bedoel hiermee de gnoom figuren met hun kenmerkende uiterlijk met puntmuts, lange baard en een zichtbare neus. Die leken mij ook superleuk om te maken en om hiervoor een handig stappenplan te maken zodat je ze zelf ook kan gaan maken! Lees je mee?


Hoe maak je het?

1. Sla de template op in een map van je computer

2. Print daarna de template uit

3. Knip beide patroondelen van de template uit en speld dit vast op het vilt

4. Knip de patronen uit

5. Knip delen uit de eierdoos , dat worden de lijfjes

6. Knip ze rondom uit en doe viltlijm op de eierdoos en verlijm de grootste patroon als een cape om het eierdoos lijf. Als je lijmt dan druk je het vilt goed aan.

7. De puntmuts maak je door een kegel te rollen van het vilt, en lijm het randje

8. Lijm nu met het lijmpistool de houten kraal in het midden van het lijfje. Zorg dat de ogen naar de buitenzijdes wijzen

9. Knip bont lint in gelijke stukken. Plak deze vast aan weerzijdes van de neus (lijmpistool)

10. Druk de puntmuts op het lijfje vast met een dikke druppels lijm uit het lijmpistool of met viltlijm.

11. Lijm nu een bolletjesband rondom de puntmuts

12. Haal een zilver touwtje door een belletje heen en knoop het dicht

13. Met het lijmpistool lijm je de achterkant van de bel vast op de punt van de muts

14. Nu kun je ze ophangen in de kerstboom, aan een tak, of je zet ze neer zoals ik het hier liet zien op de foto's.


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