lunes, 2 de abril de 2012

Bolas de café

Aunque parece que la moda de las bolas decorativas ya pasó, a mí me siguen encantando así que he hecho estas con granos de café y me han quedado así de chulas y además dejan un aroma a café delicioso!.


Los materiales que se necesitan son:
Bolas de corcho blanco
Pintura marrón
Cola blanca
Granos de café

La forma de hacerlas no creo que requiera mucha explicación...
Pintáis las bolas de marrón para que no se vea el fondo blanco
Vais poniendo la cola y situando los granos de café, alternando la dirección cada fila que hagáis.
Y ya está! Fácil, barato y rápido, me ENCANTA!!


Although decorative balls seem a bit out at the moment, I still love them so I made these two with coffee beans, they turned out great and they smell really good!.


Here are the supplies:
Styrofoam balls
Brown paint
Glue
Coffee beans 


The 'how to' doesn't need much explanation...
Paint the balls with the brown paint to avoid the white spaces
Start gluing the beans, you have to alternate the direction of the beans each row.
And that's it! Easy, cheap and fast, I LOVE it!


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15 comentarios:

  1. Hi Isable, thanks for following my blog and the sweet comment. You make lots of cute craft projects. The coffee decorative balls sure make great center pieces. TFS.

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  2. And here I was thinking I'd thought of everything to glue on those Styrofoam balls! I love this! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I can't wait to wake up and smell the coffee.

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  4. What a great idea, and I bet it smells GREAT too!

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  5. Thank you for linking up to A Pinteresting Party! These are awesome! I would love to have these out and occasionally sniff them...the smell of coffee just makes me happy!

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  6. This is amazing! What an awesome idea!! :)

    xo

    MacKensie
    http://mackensieg.blogspot.com/

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  7. I just bet this would smell fantastic. I could see using this technique to make a wreath as well. Great idea. Thanks for sharing at our party this week.

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  8. I am pinning this...got coffee beans...will craft!

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  9. This is such a great project! I hope you will come link it up at the Pinworthy Project Link Party going on now over on my blog, Just Us Four.

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  10. Oh wow!! such an easy project!! loved this one!! Thanks for popping by at Colours Dekor..

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  11. My hubby brews his own beer and often needs coffee Belen's to "clean" his sense of smell. Thanks for te idea. I can make a frew balls and create a center piece for his next get together.

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  12. Hey!
    I love this tutorial, and they look so pretty! i bet they smell good too :)
    I love that you write in both Spanish and English. I'm learning Spanish, so your blog will be great for me to follow :) I'm following you via GFC and I'm proud to be your newest friend :)

    Please stop by my blog sometime and say hi too! :)
    Katrine
    thegentleflower.blogspot.com

    Ps. I'm starting a brand new blog hop on Friday. It's all about movies, and I'd be really happy if you'd stop by as well! :)

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  13. That's a very cool idea.. Thanks for linking up at friday fun party

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  14. Wow. coffee bean art. My cup of tea. Gotta try this! Sure it smells amazing!

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  15. What a fantastic idea - I bet it smells amazing!!!
    And thank you so much for your kind comment on our blog!
    Many well wishes from your friends in Australia:)

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