How to make Christmas Lamp from empty cans

Do you know how to create yourself a festive New Year mood with the help of an ordinary empty jar? Do not know? Yes Easy!

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First we need to clean Washed Bank of suitable size. It will take a little bit of white acrylic paint and a piece of sponge to apply the paint to the bank and create a frosty snow-covered effect. To enhance the effect thereof can add another large salt and PVA glue

Now print out the template in size banks.

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But further variants are possible: the first – place the template into the banks, fasten with tape and paint on glass surface contours of black acrylic. The second option – Cut out paper template of black paper and pasted it over the banks

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In any case, all the finishing work is carried out on the outside of the can. Inside, it should be only a candle. It turns out absolutely fireproof, right? But it is very impressive!

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