Stand for papers
Agree that in a work disorder there is absolutely no place for a lot of pieces of paper with records that someday may still be useful. You always put them in one place, and in the end they are scattered all over the table. So it was with me, until I decided to make a paper holder in the technique of cardboard and a master class at the same time. The stand, of course, also serves to store blank paper. It's amazing what kind of things you can create with the help of cardboard, fabric and glue. The technique is simple, you just need to be patient and be careful. To create a stand you need to prepare: cardboard - 2 mm thickness; fabric, preferably 100% cotton; PVA glue; whatman; glue "Moment Crystal / Universal"; stationery knife; scissors; glue brush; masking tape; pencil; ruler.We cut out the required size of cardboard with a stationery knife.First, we will assemble three sides measuring 9x9 cm (two walls and the bottom of the stand), applying glue to the edges of the bottom.To the wall was at right angles, you can adjust it, propping the corner.Sticking the back wall of the stand.Take any round object and circle it on blanks for small front walls so that you get a beveled corner.Glue small parts by applying glue to the edges of the walls and bottom.This way the glued corners of the stand should look like.The masking tape is needed to We secure the entire structure. We glue them all the joints inside the stand and outside. Using the stack, we smooth the adhesive tape so that there are no wrinkles.We iron the workpiece from 39x13 cm size fabric.We will glue the fabric to the walls of the stand, as if wrapping it. Apply glue in a very thin layer on the first wall. If applied a lot, the glue can go through the fabric and leave marks or the cardboard can deform.Sticking this wall to the fabric. We make sure that the wall lies just in the center and remains indented.We glue everything three walls, carefully we glue small ones. We level the surface with a stack so that there is no blistering on the fabric.Cutting corners under sharp angle at the bottom of the stand. We seal indents. First you need to make cuts on the fabric in places where small walls end. We do not cut off the excess fabric, we glue the inside of the walls with it.In the same way, we cut and glue the corners of the upper part of the back and side wall support.
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