Ginger Bread Houses

Dec. 11, 2019
You Will Need:

Fevicryl Acrylic Colour White 27, Fevicryl 3D Outliner White 707, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Corrugated Paper, Pencil, Ruler, Colour Palette, Water Container.

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Description :

It is Christmas time! Time to decorate the space around! Here is just the X-Mas DIY which will usher in the festivities – A Gingerbread house made with corrugated paper.

STEP 1 : Mark the template of the houses

• Take the corrugated box flaps. Draw the template of the small and big house on it. • Mark and cut the parts along with the roofs and the inner side of the windows appropriately.

STEP 2 : Making windows and assembling the houses

• Take the gateway paper and cut it in to the sizes of the window. • Stick the gate way paper from the inner sides of the houses using Fabric Glue. Let it dry. • Assemble and stick the walls the doors and the roofs appropriately to make the houses using Fabric Glue. • Let it dry.

STEP 3 : Making trees

• Take flap of the box. • Mark and cut triangular shapes to make the trees.

STEP 4 : Making slits for trees

• Take two triangles cut the slits on each triangle in opposite directions with a paper cutter.

STEP 5 : Decorating the trees

• Insert both the triangles to form the X’mas tree. Make about 4 to 5 such trees. • To give the icing sugar effect on the houses and the trees use 3D Outliner White 707. Let it dry. • Refer to the image.

STEP 6 : Decorating and arrangement

• Take the flap of a corrugated box measuring 11” x 8” in size approximately. Paint the flap with the base coat of Acrylic Colour White 27. Let it dry. • Similarly take a piece of the corrugated box, draw and paint the star using 3D Outliner White 707. Let it dry. • Arrange and stick the houses, the trees and the star aesthetically on the painted base with Fabric Glue. Let it dry.