Simple Polka Dotted Parasol Craft
You have to lift a broken umbrella, or only one, of the a face need? This sun screen is the craft easy with your favorite tissue paper and Mod-hodgepodge!
Hello, all! It’s Heidi out of the hands of Busy here. After scoring a torn paper parasol on super distance to a hobby Shop, I realized what screens a large surface area for the Mod-conglomeration projects sun.
in Part to repair the parasol and partly to make it my own, I put together this simple project, which also happens to be a perfect accessory for beach weather. Here’s how I did this, sun umbrella, handicraft.
DIY sun screen
round objects in various sizes (plate, Cup, etc. use as Vorlagen)
So here’s a tragedy, my umbrella was at the time of purchase, and in case you were curious. The big crack went almost all the way from the top to the bottom of the parasol.
Trace several circles in various sizes on a sheet or two, the large tissue-paper.
Cut all of your circles and sort them into piles according to size.
If your screen is damaged, carefully apply a layer of Outdoor Mod smorgasbord to the largest crack in the parasol. You make the Mod hodgepodge layer is about the same size as the tissue paper circle, you’re to decoupage on the sun screen. Be careful not to tear, worse when applying the Mod-hodgepodge. Place a circle large enough to cover the tear on the Mod collection and you smooth it into place.
If you’re cover a crack, paint a second coat of Mod smorgasbord on the back of the crack to secure it on both sides.
Back on the outside of the umbrella. Paint another layer of Mod smorgasbord on the dry side of the circle. Counties apply all over the sun screen until it’s got a design that you like. I overlapped a couple of circles and included some that didn’t touch any of the others for a littler variety.
For all the circles to the cover and fix a tear, you can skip the application of Mod smorgasbord on the back of the parasol. Simply apply a layer of Mod-pick-and-mix where you’d like a tissue paper circle, put it on the Mod collection, and then paint another layer of Mod smorgasbord of over the top of it.
Once all of the Mod-hodgepodge dries, paint another layer of Outdoor Mod hodgepodge over the entire parasol and let dry for a few days. Not only that, the Outdoor Mod smorgasbord of seal of the parasol, but it makes it better for outdoor use than in its original, simple paper-form.
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