Christine de Beer - effortless floral craftsman
Bark Veneer Cardboard Floral Cake
Cut a stack of cardboard circles
Mark a slice to cut out
Mark and cut the other cardboard disks
The stack is now ready to glue
Pour and spread wood glue on the first slice
Stack and glue all the slices
Set the slice aside to dry completely
Stack and glue the rest of the cake
Build up the cake layer by layer
Once dry the cardboard cake shape is ready to design with
Glue chips of bark to the cardboard stack
Cover both the top and sides with glue...
and then add the bark
When completely covered set the slice aside to dry
Cover the cardboard cake with glue and add the bark.
Keep adding the bark to cover the entire surface
Set the cardboard cake aside to dry completely before adding Lichen and the rest of the floral details.
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