Trophy for horse girl to craft yourself


Are you crazy about horses too? As a true horse lover you could craft your own prize cup (trophy)! For your room or to present at your children's party to the winner of the horse quiz? Maybe all your friends and girlfriends are completely in love with cute horses.. then you can all make one. It could even be a craft job at your horse's children's party! Haha, do a fool! Each a horse decopatchen, in your own colors, why not!

After dyeing and pasting the colored paper, you can decorate the animal with sequins, glitter stones, ribbons and feathers!

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More info papier-mache horse: click HERE

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For the horse you need 2 dessins Decopatch paper, glue/lacquer, brush, shiny pink paint, sequins and piece of ribbon (or ball tape)

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Paste the horse with pieces of paper, use the glue/lacquer and brush.

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Stick the sequins, the eyelet and the ball band with a fine glue, e.g.. Collall allslime.

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This is how your horse can come out! But you can, of course, make it the way you want!

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Paste a can (empty paint can or soup can) with paper, also the bottom.

And finally you decorate another canned can (paint can or soup or vegetable can). Turn it over and glue your horse on it, and you're done!

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This is pasted with Decopatch paper No. 784

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The top (or actually the bottom of the tin) is pasted with another pattern, namely Decopatch paper.

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Cut a round of solid paper for the medal, and paste it, for example. with Decopatch paper gold foil zigzag No. 780

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Cut out a number 1 of stig paper or cardboard and give it a nice tan!

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Glue 2 pieces of balls slightly over each other for the medallion ribbon.

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Stick them as in the photo in a V-shape with the tip down. Then paste the medal on it.

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Another ribbon at the top makes it all the way.

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Put your horse on it, glue it if necessary, then it will stand firmer.

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Where do you put your horse trophy? Of course I do in a place of honor, so everyone can see your prize cup won, I think.?

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Not to mention, everyone is of course Number 1: you are the sweetest and most fun horse fan in the neighborhood! A nice idea, each with its own horse trophy!

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Stuffed horses pencil case - more info

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Ribbon/award for horse lovers - more info

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Plush horse - more info

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