Coffee storage container
Such a decorated pot can be used not only for storing coffee and decorating the kitchen interior, but also will be a pleasant gift in the "handmade" style for close people. To produce such a nice capacity from the available tools will not be difficult and does not take much time. All that is required is a minimum of material and creative mood. So, we will need: 1. A glass jar with a capacity of 0.5 or 1 liter. 2. Spray paint of golden color. 3. Polymer adhesive. 4. Ground coffee. 5. Coffee beans. 6. Jute or flax twine. 7. Pearlescent or golden nail polish. 8. Acrylic panel lacquer. 9. Glue PVA. 10. Brush. 11. Scissors.Carefully wash the jar and degrease it with alcohol or other means so that the paint can evenly lay down and hold well. Then shake the bottle with paint and spray it on the outside from the top and bottom, excluding the middle.While the paint is drying, let us cover. It is necessary to cover it with a dense layer of PVA glue and put it into ground coffee.In order to save, you can use the thick from the drunk coffee, which must be pre-dried. The surface coating with ground coffee should be repeated until a uniform layer is reached, through which the paint of the lid will not penetrate. Then we take the twine around the lid around the lid.When the paint on the can dries, you need to cover the middle part with glue and roll it on scattered coffee.Coating coffee cans should also be repeated several times to get a flat surface.Then we twist the jar with a string at the top and bottom,while decorating the "tails".Sticking coffee beans at the ends of the rope.Now cover the surface of the can and the lid on which coffee was applied with a layer of acrylic lacquer.In a few hours the varnish will dry and you can proceed to the next stage - decorating grains. To ensure that the grains stick together, they need to be calibrated before pasting. Selected coffee beans are lightly covered with mother-of-pearl or golden lacquer. We place the grains in the center of the lid in the form of a flower and around the circumference of the twine, and glue them with polymer glue.As a result , you should have this little cap.Glue coffee beans to the jar just below the level of the twine.After the glue dries, after about an hour, the grains must be covered with a layer of acrylic lacquer so that the composition fills all the gaps. Then the grains will hold well and will not come off. That's all coffee jar is ready.
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