Coffee panel to the kitchen

This panel will be a great gift for all coffee lovers, as well as decorate the kitchen or workplace of a true coffee lover.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
  • Wooden frame.
  • Sacking.
  • Plastic bottle of 1.5 liters.
  • Gouache paint is dark brown ("chocolate").
  • White acrylic paint.
  • Thick carto
  • Coffee Beans.
  • Dried citrus slices.
  • Badian.
  • Cinnamon sticks.
  • Glue gun.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
1. We will make the basis for the panel. To do this, cut a thick cardboard from the cardboard to the size of the frame. Pick a piece of burlap slightly larger than the frame.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
2. Heat the glue gun. Apply glue along the edge of the cardboard blank and stick a burlap to it.
 Coffee panel in the kitchen
3. Apply glue to the inner surface of the frame. Insert the cardboard blank into the frame and press firmly.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
4. Use scissors to cut the excess burlap around the edges.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
5. At the top of the plastic bottle, draw the outline of the desired size cup. Cut the workpiece carefully.
 Coffee panel on the kitchen
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
6. Plastic blank open white acrylic paint. Leave in a warm place until it is completely cured.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
7.A small piece of thick cardboard (approximately 15x7 cm) is covered with brown gouache.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
Coffee panel to the kitchen
8. From cardboard cut the substrate for the cup to the size of the plastic blank and the blank for the saucer.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
9. Cover the blank of the cup with a layer of brown paint, completely painting over white acrylic.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
Coffee panel to the kitchen

10. Apply glue to the side surfaces of the plastic blank and glue to the backing. Glue the saucer blank below.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
11. We begin to glue the cup with coffee beans. Apply a layer of glue to a small area of ​​the workpiece.Spread the grains in even rows, trying to minimize the gaps between them.  Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel in the kitchen
The coffee panel on kitchen
12. At least paste over the saucer grains. The lower part of the saucer on the panel will be almost invisible, so it can be pasted with fragments of coffee beans. Coffee panel to the kitchen 13. Place the cup on the panel, select the optimal location and stick it to the burlap.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
Coffee panel in the kitchen
 Coffee panel in the kitchen
14. For the decoration of the cup, you can use dried citruses, cinnamon, star anise, burlap bows. 15. Place the dried orange inside the cup. Glue a few sticks of cinnamon.You can place a lemon slice on a saucer.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel in the kitchen
Coffee panel in the kitchen
16. Empty space in the upper part of the panel filled with patterns of coffee beans, glue the stars of Badian.  Coffee panel to the kitchen
Coffee panel in the kitchen
17. Lay a cup handle out of the coffee beans and gently glue it.
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
 Coffee panel to the kitchen
Coffee panel in the kitchen

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