lunes, 5 de marzo de 2012

Bebé en bañera


Hice este bebe tomándose un baño hace un montón de tiempo y me sigue encantando, lo tengo colocado en mi baño, creo que es super gracioso! La idea es de una web argentina Utilisima que ya he comentado en alguna otra ocasión. No tengo fotos de como se hace pero es muy fácil.

Materiales:
Un bloque de corcho blanco o telgopor
Dos bolas de corcho blanco, una más pequeña que la otra
Bolitas pequeñas de corcho (de las que está formado el corcho)
Masilla para modelar
Enduído plástico
Pintura acrílica
Pincel
Rotulador de punta fina negro
Un palillo

Instrucciones:
1. Modelar la bañera en el bloque de corcho.
2. Ponerle una capa de enduído.
3. Pintar del color que queráis.
4. Pintar la bola grande de color carne.
5. Añadir los detalles, ojos, pelo, boca...
6. Formar una bolita pequeña de masilla que será la nariz y dos aplastadas que formarán las orejas. 
7. Dejarlas secar y pintarlas de color carne. Pegarlas a la cabeza.
8. Cortar la bola de corcho más pequeña en dos partes. Una de ellas formará el cuerpo del bebé y la otra quitando un cuarto formará la mano. Pintarlas de color carne. 
9. Formar el patito con la masilla, el cuerpo es una gota, la cabeza una bolita, el pico un cono dividido por la mitad y las plumas de la cabeza dos rollitos. Dejar secar, pegar y pintar.
10. Insertar un palillo en la parte de abajo de la cabeza y en la media bola del cuerpo.
11. Cubrir la bañera de enduído (se seca y queda sólido y blanquecino y parece la espuma) y antes de que se seque colocar el bebé, la mano y el patito.
12. Añadir las bolitas de corcho para simular las burbujas.

Parecen muchos pasos pero se hace enseguida!
Espero que os guste!
Besos!


I made this baby having a bath a long time ago, but I still love it, it's in my bathroom since then, I think it's so cute! The idea is from an Argentinian web called Utilisima, that I've already mentioned some other time. Since I made it a long time ago I don't have any pics but it's quite easy.

Supplies:
A styrofoam block
Two styrofoam balls, one smaller than the other
Little balls of styrofoam (those that pop up when you break a block)
Clay or some modelling material
A light filler
Acrylic paint
Paint brush
Marker
A toothpick

How to:
1. Model the bathtub with the styrofoam block.
2. Apply a coat of the filler.
3. Paint the color you like.
4. Paint the big ball with  skin tones.
5. Draw the details, the eyes, the mouth, the hair...
6. Form a little ball with the clay that will be the nose and two more and flatten them to form the ears.
7. Let them dry, paint them with skin tones. Glue them to the head.
8. Cut the smaller ball in two. One of the parts will be the body of the baby, the other will be the hand but you'll have to cut a quarter of it to form it. Paint them with skin tones.
9. Model the duck with the clay. The body is a drop shape, the head a little ball, the beak is a cone divided in two and the feathers are two rolls. Let the pieces dry, glue them and paint them.
10. Insert the toothpick in the head and in the half of the ball that will be the body of the baby.
11. Put a thick coat of filler on the bathtub (it hardens when it dries and gets a foamy look) and before it is completely dry, place the baby, the hand and the duck.
12. Add the little styrofoam balls to simulate the bubbles.

It seems like a million steps but it doesn't take that much.
I hope you like it
XOXO













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14 comentarios:

  1. That is too cute! It would make such a nice decoration for a baby shower. Thanks for leaving the comment on my blog so I could find you!

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  2. So cute please come and share at the Bacon Time fri-monday linky this week.

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  3. how cute...this is just too fun...

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  4. Very cuteee loved the baby tub :) reg ur answer for lecttuce wraps check back comment column n thanks for being my follower very glad u made a visit..hope u visit frequently

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  5. I can't believe you made that,..it is so cute. Thanks for sharing at our Link It Up Thursday party.

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  6. Aaaaaw this is so SWEET! :D so cute Is!!!! (i'm also stopping by to let you know that i've changed my blog adress, now it is simply my name: luciabarabas.blogspot.com
    hugs and much love, Lucia

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  7. So cute! Thanks for linking up to my party! Have a great weekend!

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  8. so cute..wonderful creation....

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  9. Adorable! I can't imagine trying to do this myself! You obviously have way more talent! Great job!
    Melody

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