Glow in dark dino maken met Ses Creative


Het is dit keer een superleuke uitdaging voor Dino liefhebbers..deze doos van #Sescreative om zelf dino's te maken van gips! En dat dit ook een "feestje"was in de gastouderopvang , dat lees je hier in het verhaal geschreven door Ineke van der Linde hieronder. In samenwerking met Crea met Kids.

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Met deze gave dino set met gips van SES Creative maak je wel een hele bijzondere T-Rex. Aan de ene kant van het beeldje is het een gedetailleerde T-Rex, terwijl je aan de andere kant zijn skelet ziet! Giet de onderdelen in de mal en beschilder ze na het drogen met de gekleurde- en speciale Glow in the Drak verf. Door het meegeleverde sponsje te gebruiken krijgt de dino snel een mooie textuur. Zet je zelfgemaakt kunstwerk in je kamer en zie 's nachts het skelet oplichten in het donker!

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Wauw, wat een gave T-rex is onmiddellijk mijn reactie en die van 2

jongens, zodra wij de doos zien. Mogen wij die maken? Jazeker, dat is

juist de bedoeling!! Het kost uiteraard alleen even wat

voorbereidingstijd. Eerst moet het gips gemaakt, gegoten worden en goed

genoeg drogen. Daar ga ik gelijk mee aan de slag!


300 Gram gipspoeder (dit wordt ook geleverd!) op 150 ml water. Als je

het precies zo doet als op de doos aangegeven staat, kom je misschien

iets te kort of is jouw gips misschien iets te dik. Ik heb eerst 150 ml

water in een oude bak gedaan. Daarna heb ik het gipspoeder er in 1x aan

toegevoegd. Ik heb het even laten staan. Het gips vermengd zich dan al

vanzelf iets met het water. Vervolgens heb ik 25 ml water extra

toegevoegd, zodat ik een yoghurt-achtige substantie had. Deze is dun

genoeg om mee te gieten en op deze manier heb je ook precies genoeg om

de meegeleverde mal te vullen. De meegeleverde "kam" kun je gebruiken

wanneer je "gemorst" hebt om zodoende het gemorste gipsmengsel nog toe

te voegen in de vormpjes. Vervolgens pak je de mal heel voorzichtig op

en tik je er een paar keer mee op jouw ondergrond (aanrecht of tafel),

zodat er geen luchtbellen meer in het gegoten gips zitten. Nu laten

drogen en afwachten.


Wauw, wat komen de gipsvormen ná 3 uur droogtijd ontzettend mooi uit hun

mal. De mal is van heel dun plastic. Je zou bijna zeggen voor eenmalig

gebruik!! Maar ik wil de mal vaker gaan gebruiken. Er zijn hier nogal

wat dino-fans. Heel voorzichtig ga ik te werk. Stukje bij beetje zorg ik

er voor dat er wat lucht in de mal komt en duw ik de vormen er uit. De

mal is wel wat krom gebogen. Met voorzichtig wassen onder lauw

kraanwater buig ik het weer zo recht mogelijk.


Oh wat zijn de vormen goed uit hun mal gekomen. Wat is de T-rex mooi

gedetailleerd. Zo mooi, dat ik het ook zelf wil verven. Zelf verf ik

meestal met verf uit tubes. Nu ga ik de potjes testen.

Ik besluit om eerst de "omgevingsvlakken" zwart te verven. Dat gaat

super goed met deze verf. Ik heb wel een heel klein kwastje van mijzelf

gebruikt. Want dit is wel heel gedetailleerd. Wanneer dit klaar is,

komen de vormen van de T-rex en het skelet nog mooier naar voren.

Ik wil een groene T-rex. Dat betekent mengen. Er worden 6 kleuren

meegeleverd. Helaas geen groen. Blauw+geel=groen. Dat meng ik op een

stukje aluminiumfolie. Terwijl ik er mee bezig ben vraag ik mij af of ik

wel genoeg heb. Maar dat valt reuze mee. Ik hou over. De andere details

van de T-rex verf ik oranje. Rood+geel=oranje.


Terwijl dat mooi droogt (eigenlijk is het al bijna direct droog), begin

ik aan het verven van het skelet. Het gips absorbeert de verf goed. De

glow-in-the-dark-verf is wit. Rare gewaarwording. Je ziet bijna niet dat

je iets geverfd hebt met deze verf. Heel benieuwd of het werkt.

Als alles droog is, kan ik alles voorzichtig in elkaar lijmen. Ook

daarvoor is een potje lijm meegeleverd. De 3 kleine stukken van het

skelet kan ik hier prima mee lijmen. De 3 andere stukken zijn te zwaar

voor deze lijm.

's Avonds hou ik mijn T-rex even onder een goede felle lamp en dan snel

het licht uit. Wauw wat een supergaaf gezicht. Ik weet zeker dat "mijn"

dino-fans hiervan onder de indruk zullen zijn.


Ik heb nog los gipspoeder thuis en besluit gelijk om de mal nog een keer

te gaan vullen voor een 8-jarige jongen.

Deze jongen is heel erg blij met deze activiteit. Laaiend enthousiast,

met glunderende ogen en super geconcentreerd is hij bezig en verft hij

alles zelf. Wanneer hij aan de glow-in-the-dark-verf toe is, probeert

hij al een stukje met zijn handen donker te maken en is hij al helemaal

onder de indruk van het resultaat wat dat oplevert.


1. Doe 150 ml water eerst in een oude bak/schaal.

2. Voeg 300gr. gipspoeder toe. Laat eventjes staan zodat poeder en water

zichzelf mengen.

3. Roer dan met een lepel goed door. Voeg evt. iets water extra (25ml)

toe zodat er een yoghurtachtige substantie ontstaat.

4. Giet alles in de meegeleverde mal.

5. Gebruik eventueel de plastic "kam"' om het gemorste gipsmengsel ook

in de vorm te doen.

6. Til de mal voorzichtig op en tik een paar keer met de mal op de

ondergrond (aanrecht/tafel) zodat de luchtbellen uit het gipsmengsel

verdwijnen.

7. Laat het minimaal 3 uur drogen. Vooral de T-rex vorm heeft dit nodig!!!

8. Haal de vorpjes voorzichtig uit de mal. Neem er de tijd voor. Het

plastic is dun en kan snel uit vorm raken of scheuren.

9. Laat het nog 24 uur drogen voordat je het gaat schilderen.

10. Schilder eerst de "omgevingsvlakken", zodat de T-rex vormen beter

naar voren komen.

11. Schilder eerst de achterkant van de T-rex. Dan is dat goed droog

voordat jij er later het skelet op gaat lijmen.

12. Schilder dan de voorkant van de T-rex.

13. Schilder dan de skelet-delen met de glow-in-the-dark-verf.

14. Als alles geverfd is en droog is geworden, kan alles gelijmd worden.

15. Laat de gelijmde delen minimaal een half uur drogen.

16. Let heel goed op of de 3 grootste delen ook goed genoeg vastzitten.


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