Sunday, June 24, 2012

3-D Buchstaben DIY / 3D Letters DIY

Ich habe 3-D Buchstaben aus alten Kartons gebastelt und mit Karten beklebt:

I've made 3D letters from old cardboard and glue maps on it:
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 Und so hab ich es gemacht:
Einzelteile der Buchstaben auf Pappe zeichnen und ausschneiden.
And this is how I did it:
Draw all parts of the letters on cardboard and cut it out.
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Anschließend die Einzelteile mit Heißkleber zusammensetzen.
Then glue the pieces together with a glue gun.
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Großen Bogen Tonkarton in Streifen schneiden, um damit die Seiten der Buchstaben zu verkleiden.
Cut large sheets of construction paper into strips to cover the sides of the letters.
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Streifen so falten, dass sie genau passen.
Fold the strips that they fit exactly.
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Dann die Streifen ankleben. Ich habe dafür einen Klebestift benutzt.
Then glue the stripes on the letters. I've used a glue stick.
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Seiten aus einem alten Atlas schneiden, oder was ihr sonst wollt.
Cut out pages from an old atlas, or what you else want.
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Darauf die Buchstaben zeichnen und ausschneiden.
Then draw the letters on it and cut them out.
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Diese nur noch auf die Buchstaben kleben - fertig!
Glue it on the letters - ready!
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Um die Buchstaben an die Wand zu kleben, habe ich auf der Rückseite Klebegummi angebracht. So kann ich sie immer wieder anders anbringen.
I use removable adhesive putty to put them on the wall.
So I can always put them different.
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Und so kann es an der Wand aussehen:
And so it may look on the wall:
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  1. Wow, looks really cool! I think I'll try it too :)

  2. HELLO! lol Love this!

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  3. This is great! I made something similar this week from a diaper box. I love free craft sources :)

  4. Very fun idea! Making your own letters is great, they would be completely lightweight. Thanks for sharing at Etcetorize!

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  6. These letters look fantastic! What a great budget friendly project!

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  7. This looks awesome!! I'm gonna try it out for my family room!!

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    xo, Jersey Girl

  8. Found your blog via The NY Melrose Family link party. Love how this project turned out, I really like the look of letters/maps as art.

  9. Very nice and easy, too, with the cardboard.

  10. Really great project. I love the use of the maps.

  11. I love the way these look covered in the old maps!

  12. SO CUTE ;)
    I love this world paper.... i´ll do that too ;)


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