With your own hands

Bra with your own hands. Wall lamp in 5 minutes: Master class

If you are looking for ideas to create an easy-to-usemaking decor, this master class is what you need. We will tell you how to make an original sconce from an ordinary Whatman paper in just a few minutes Our today's master class once again proves that the presence of imagination compensates for the lack of funds. It turns out that in order to create such an original and effective wall lamp, you just need to have a sheet of white Whatman paper, glue, 2-sided adhesive tape and a few minutes of free time. The technology for creating a sconce is so simple that you probably want to make such a lamp with your own hands, even if you are not constrained in funds and in the house and everything is there: it is very tempting to feel like a real master. Before starting work, make sure thatthe light bulb of your future luminaire is energy-saving (such a light bulb heats up weakly during operation). If you prefer incandescent lamps, for fire safety reasons, you should refrain from using paper shades. Step 1 Cut out 3 rectangles of the sizes shown in the photo from a sheet of drawing paper. Then fold the side edges of each one about 2 cm. Step 2 With a pencil, draw an arc in each cornereach rectangle. You can use a plate as a stencil. On the folded part of the Whatman paper, from the point that is the end of the arc, draw an oblique line to outline the "flaps" that will act as fasteners. Then take your scissors and cut the edges of the rectangles to match the pattern. To get it right, check the images in the photos. Step 3 Place the elements one above the other, frommore to less. Please note that each next should be located strictly in the center of the previous one. Gently glue the flaps together and leave to dry. Step 4 After the glue is dry, proceed to create the fastening system. Apply 2-sided tape along the entire length of the flap. Gently glue the structure to the wall, on which a plafond with an energy-saving light bulb is already fixed. First glue one side, then the other. And now your sconce is ready!It remains only to try it out in action. Notice how, in our example, energy-saving bulbs with a yellow glow have transformed the originally white light fixtures. You will get the same chameleon effect by using lamps of other colors. ohohblog.com

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