Pasta Necklace Revisited Special
The pasta necklace is a classic, made at school or at home, for Mother’s Day … but often ends in a drawer. This year, moms will be able to proudly wear it to the delight of children.
Material list :
– 10 penne dehydrated
– 1 salad bowl
– Acrylic paint
– 1 brush
– 1 palette
– Linen thread
– 1 glass of water
Install the quill on the skewers. Try dividing them according to the colors, two of the color 1 and 2, and six of the color 3.
Then prepare your paint mixtures and paint the pasta according to the distribution on the spades. Let it dry and apply a second coat. Now wait until it is dry before handling them.
Cut seven small pieces of string about 10 cm long and 50 cm longer.
Place the pasta in pairs of the same color, forming a V. Pass a pre-cut string in each of the pairs, except the topmost V.
Choose the order for the final set up. Place the two small pieces of wire remaining on either side of the V-shaped pastes. Then tie the wires in the V to the wires on each side.
Pass the last large yarn in the V left free and hang the pasta strip on the large main thread. Make a sliding knot to close.