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Take Shilpkar and mix the Resin Base and Hardener thoroughly to make an even dough.
Cut the dough into small balls and pinch the dough to make elongated petals to form a chrysanthamum flower.
Stick the petals overlapping each other to form a central bud and go on shaping and building it further, layer by layer to form a flower
Make sure that each of the petals are slightly turned inwards
You may stick the petals when the Shilpkar is in a semi dried state. If it hardens a bit more you may use Fevicryl Fabric Glue to stick it.
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The last few layers and the base layer of the flower are made by taking a ball of evenly kneaded Shilpkar
Make and arrange the petals as shown
Arrange two more layers and place the bud within.
A fully built flower will look like this.
Once the flower has dried, paint the flower with a base coat of Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Pearl Metallic - Gold 352 and leave it to dry.
The second coat is of Solvent Based – Glass Colours – Lemon Yellow 801 and Orange 805 and leave it to dry.
This will complete your chrysanthamum flower.
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