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Dolls from Foamiran with their own hands: pattern and master class with video

  • Dolls from Foamiran with their own hands: pattern and master class with video

    Foyamir dolls: master class with photo and video lessons for creating different dolls

    Foamiran or plastic suede is an excellent material for creative work. Its plastic properties and compliance allow you to create all kinds of crafts.

    We have already learned to make flowers from Foma, so now you can move on to more complex models. And why not try your hand at creating a doll from Foamiran, the video master class in this case will greatly facilitate the task.

    I made a small selection of video lessons that will introduce you to some of the secrets and tricks of working with fameiranom. Using this knowledge, you can create dolls, relying only on your imagination.

    Video lessons on creating dolls:

    Master class Santa Claus from fameirana

    On the eve of the New Year, I would like to share a photo with a lesson how to make Santa Claus from Foma:

    So, before making a doll from Foamiran, let's prepare a workplace with materials.

    • Required tools and materials:
      • foiaran of different colors
      • glue
      • long skewers
      • beads of expanded plastic( 3,4,7 cm in diameter)
      • markers
      • contour of acrylic paint

      Stages of work

      Begin to create Santa Claus with feet and shoes. For one leg we need two foam balls 3 and 4 cm. Cut a small part from each ball and glue them together at the cut points:

      In the same scheme, make the second leg and cut off the third of the base of the balls so that the figure can stand:

      Now in theit will go a rectangle made of black fonamiran with dimensions of 10x14 cm. With this rectangle, we need to cover the pieces of foam. To do this, iron the rectangle with an iron, but preferably through a cloth:

      As a result of heating, the foiraman has become pliable, and we can stretch it:

      By pulling the fom onto the workpiece, we glue the edges of the foam and cut off all the excess so that the following shoes are produced:

      .on the contour of the shoe 2 pieces of foma:

      To hide the traces of the joints of the sole and upper part, we lay a strip of black faryiran about 0.5 cm wide:

      When the shoes are ready, we begin to make the feet of Santa Claus. To do this, we need a sheet of red fameirana, from which we cut out 2 squares with dimensions of 10x10 cm, and 2 skewers. On the first skewer we begin to wind up a square sheet of foamiran, after gluing the edge of the phome to the wooden base.

      We stick the skewers in foam shoes, and these are the legs:

      But we all know that Santa Claus wears boots, so we need 2 more rectangles of black fonir in order to make the bootlegs:

      Bond the workpieces, bend the edges and set them on the skewers:

      Put the workpieces aside and go to the trunk of the doll. To do this, take the largest ball of foam( 7 cm) and tighten it with red fonamiranom, which also pre-ironed through the fabric. Note that you only need to cover half the ball:

      Now from the foyamiran of beige color we cut out a semicircle - this is the future body of the doll.

      The edges of the workpiece must be glued and glued part of the ball, shaping the cone:

      Connect the ready legs with the trunk:

      We continue to dress the doll and again cut out the semicircle, but this time from red foma. Also we need a strip of white foyamir for the lap on the doll's jacket:

      We glue the red fum, closing the place of gluing with a white strip:

      Now it's time to start assembling the doll's head. To do this, we need another foam ball with a diameter of 7 cm, which in equal parts is pasted with white and beige foams.

      From a red fameiran, we cut out the New Year's cap for a doll of any shape:

      Notice that the hood consists of 2 parts, with the rear part slightly longer than the front so that it sits well on the head. At the edges we glue the hood parts together.

      From white foma we cut out the beard and mustache of Santa Claus, and from the beige nose-potatoes:

      We begin to collect the doll.

      First, we put on a previously prepared jacket, which we decorate with a belt from a strip of black foma. Belt buckle is made from a rectangle of yellow foma, which can be painted with glitter and glitter on top. Then we glue the head on which we put on the cap, fixing the position on the head with a decorative strip made of white fonirane. After that, we glue the beard first, followed by the mustache and nose. We got this doll, still unfinished:

      We do the finishing touches - we cut out the workpiece for the hands of the doll:

      We paste all the parts together:

      Now we put the finished handles to the body and take the marker in our hands. With his help you need to draw the eyes of Santa Claus, and then with an acrylic contour make white peas on a jacket, pants and a cap.

      Here is a doll turned out:

      If you liked working with fameiran and there is a desire to make other types of dolls, then you will need a pattern for them:

      This mic in fameir dolls with your own hands will perfectly suit your child's creativity.

    Foamiran or plastic suede is an excellent material for creative work. Its plastic properties and compliance allow you to create all kinds of crafts.

    We have already learned how to make flowers from Foma, so now you can move on to more complex models. And why not try your hand at creating a doll from Foamiran, the video master class in this case will greatly facilitate the task.

    I made a small selection of video lessons that will introduce you to some of the secrets and tricks of working with fameiranom. Using this knowledge, you can create dolls, relying only on your imagination.

    Video lessons on creating dolls:

    Master class Santa Claus from Foamiran

    On the eve of the New Year, I would like to share a photo with a lesson how to make Santa Claus from Foma:

    So, before making a doll from Foamiran, let's prepare a workplace with materials.

    Required tools and materials:

    • foirame in different colors
    • glue
    • long skewers
    • beads of expanded plastic( 3,4,7 cm in diameter)
    • markers
    • contour of acrylic paint

    Stages of work

    Begin to create Santa Claus with feet and shoes. For one leg we need two foam balls 3 and 4 cm. Cut a small part from each ball and glue them together at the cut points:

    In the same way, we make the second leg and cut off the third of the base of the balls so that the figure can stand:

    Now in theit will go a rectangle made of black fonamiran with dimensions of 10x14 cm. With this rectangle, we need to cover the pieces of foam. To do this, iron the rectangle with an iron, but preferably through a cloth:

    As a result of heating, the foiraman became pliable, and we can stretch it:

    By pulling the fom onto the workpiece, we glue the edges of the foam and cut off all the excess so that the following shoes are produced:

    .on the contour of the shoe 2 pieces of foma:

    To hide the traces of the joints of the sole and upper part, we lay a strip of black foiramane about 0.5 cm wide:

    When the shoes are ready, we begin to make the feet of Santa Claus. To do this, we need a sheet of red fameirana, from which we cut out 2 squares with dimensions of 10x10 cm, and 2 skewers. On the first skewer we begin to wind up a square sheet of foamiran, after gluing the edge of the phome to the wooden base.

    We stick the skewers in foam shoes, and these are the legs:

    But we all know that Santa Claus wears boots, so we need 2 more rectangles of black fonir to make the bootlegs:

    We glue the workpieces, bend the edges and put them on the skewers:

    Put the workpieces aside and go to the trunk of the doll. To do this, take the largest ball of foam( 7 cm) and tighten it with red fonamiranom, which also pre-ironed through the fabric. Note that you only need to cover half the ball:

    Now from the foyamiran of beige color we cut out the semicircle - this is the future body of the doll.

    The edge of the workpiece must be glued and glued part of the ball, shaping the cone:

    We connect the ready legs with the trunk:

    We continue to dress the doll and again cut out the semicircle, but this time from red foma. Also we need a strip of white foyamir for the lap on the doll's jacket:

    We glue the red fum, closing the place of gluing with a white strip:

    Now it's time to start assembling the doll's head. To do this, we need another foam ball with a diameter of 7 cm, which in equal parts is pasted with white and beige foams.

    From the red foyamiran, we cut out the New Year's cap for a free-form doll:

    Notice that the hood consists of 2 parts, with the rear part slightly longer than the front so that it sits well on the head. At the edges we glue the hood parts together.

    From white foma we cut out the beard and mustache of Santa Claus, and from the beige nose-potatoes:

    We begin to collect the doll.

    First, we put on a previously prepared jacket, which we decorate with a belt from a strip of black foma. Belt buckle is made from a rectangle of yellow foma, which can be painted with glitter and glitter on top. Then we glue the head, on which we put on the cap, fixing the position on the head with the help of a decorative strip made of white fonirane. After that, we glue the beard first, followed by the mustache and nose. We got this doll, still unfinished:

    We do the finishing touches - we cut out the workpiece for the hands of the doll:

    We paste all the parts together:

    Now we put the finished handles to the body and take the marker in our hands. With his help you need to draw the eyes of Santa Claus, and then with an acrylic contour make white peas on a jacket, pants and a cap.

    Here is a doll turned out:

    If you liked working with fameiran and there is a desire to make other types of dolls, then you will need a pattern for them:

    This mic in foymiran dolls with their own hands will perfectly suit as a child's creativity.