Olhem que mimo essa bonequinha de latinha e muito fácil de fazer, amei vou fazer com meus alunos.
Soda cans Expanded polystyrene Paper tape or ribbon cable black color Tanza transparent Color laces Nuts, washers and metal bells Smooth patterned fabrics of different colors Fine sandpaper White tissue paper PVA glue Pinceleta Fiber indelible Glue gun
Notes: Kokeshi These are called so because it hang "Wishes in the wind" which was written and placed in the bottom and so when the wind blows the bells and washers that will hit the walls of the container.
With a utility knife to remove the bottom of the can.Hang a washer or nut through the top hole or tying with a cord tanza.
Take a polystyrene sphere of diameter equal to that of the can, cut it in half and stick with paper tape on top of it, thus forming the shoulders.
Cardboard cut two rectangles proportional to the size of the can to form the sleeves, round one corner and then line them with fabric, using adhesive vinyl.
Cut two half circles in fabric and line the shoulders.
Then with a rectangle of the same fabric line the tin.
With a smooth fabric and contrasting color belt assembly, join unions covering the shoulders and body.Locate and fix the sleeves.
To form the head take a styrofoam sphere, sand and then lining it with white tissue paper glued vinyl
Cut sections of black paper tape, open it and stick to the forming head hair.
With glue gun attach the head to the body with indelible marking fibers eyes, mouth and put a blush on the cheeks.Decorate with ribbons and laces.Write wishes and hang
Tá eu sei está tudo em inglês, mas como já são 20h e 30 min. meu filho não vai querer traduzir tudo isso pra mim, mas vou tentar amanhã pedir para ele com muito carinho, e com certeza ela fará esse favorzinho para nós. Hehehe, sabe como é ele tem 15 anos.Mas prometo que a tradução irá ser feita.kkkk