To disguise or reward little athletes, here’s how to achieve gold, silver or bronze medals, customizable to infinity! Start by gathering all the material you will need to make Olympic medals.
Select the pasta alphabet that will be used to write the sport and the name and then add what you want more for a few touches of decor. Feel free to use the tweezers if your fingers have difficulty catching letters 😉 Drop liquid glue on the lid of the jar. You can cover the entire lid because the glue, once dried, will facilitate the painting by forming an underlayer.
Using the tweezers or with your little fingers, arrange the alphabet letters / pastes on the lid to write the sports discipline and the first name. No need to stress, you have time to dispose of them before the glue dries completely.Let dry.Tip: You can speed up drying by using a hair dryer.
When everything is dry, you can paint everything with the color of your choice. To make the bronze, mix golden paint with a little bit of red. To avoid smearing your fingers, screw the lid on the jar before you start painting.Let the paint dry (or use the hair dryer again to go faster).
Unfold a paper clip and place it in the back of the cover. While pressing on it, make it follow the shape of the edge so that it exceeds only a trombone loop.Check that the trombone is centered around the markings on the medal and stick it with hot glue in the lid.Take a square of foil and form a ball about the size of a ping-pong ball.Add some hot glue to the center of the lid and place the aluminum ball on top. Turnover and squeeze the assembly by pressing with the palm of your hand until the ball is flattened and fill the entire lid.
Cut a piece of ribbon about 50cm and slip it into the loop formed by the paper clip before you tie both ends. There you go! All you have to do is put the
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