Konijntjes decopatchen met wol voor de lente of Pasen


Ze zijn erg schattig.. dit knappe tweetal. En natuurlijk erg leuk om te bewerken! Maak ze voor je Lente / Pasen seizoenstafel! Je kan deze konijntjes: verven, bekleden, beplakken enz. Ik wilde vooral van die fluffy konijntjes maken, en het decopatch papier past er helemaal bij.. ook kleine haasjes.. leuk toch? Lees je mee hoe het gemaakt is?


Wat heb je nodig?

- De set van 2 houten paaskonijntjes

- Witte curly wool

- Konijntje decopatch papier

- Decopatch lijm, kwast

- Plakoogjes

- Lijmpistool/ knutsellijm voor curly wool

De producten hieronder zijn klikbaar. Je komt dan rechtstreeks in de webshop terecht!

Hoe maak je het?

1. Knip het decopatch papier in stukjes

2. Beplak het konijntje met stukjes papier en overlap elke keer

3. De zijkanten kan je inknippen en dan naar binnen vouwen

4.De buik hoef je niet te beplakken met papier maar de pootjes wel

5. Beplak nu de buik rondom met curly wol. Druk goed aan en vorm het strak om het konijntje heen

6. Plak oogjes op de kopjes van de konijntjes


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Je kan ook een schattig lammetje bekleden met decopatch en curly wool. Deze is gemaakt door Ineke van der Linde.

Voor het lammetje bestellen- klik je hier

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Leuke paashaasjes decoratie met een fluffy details!

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