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Wafer paper Lily of the Valley - Video Lesson

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Wafer paper Lily of the Valey - two ways of shaping. Video lesson in English with Petya Shmarova


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Wafer paper Lily of the Valey - two ways of shaping. Video lesson in English with Petya Shmarova


Video will be accessible via VIMEO. When you sign make sure to send your user name there

You will learn how to create Lily of the Valey - bells shaped in two ways

* how to treat wafer paper / without using alcohol - my way of working with WATER
* how to condition wafer paper with water
* how to make glue
* how to colour
* how to shape with mould
* how to shape without mould
* assembling flower

You will have an equipment and materials list


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Video will be accessible via VIMEO. When you sign make sure to send your user name there

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