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Equipment list required:

-detergent in plastic bottle

-models from which to take inspiration

-markers tempera and / or colored pasta (gutta)

-sheet of paper

-pencil and eraser

-glue or Uhu Pattex

-scissors

-sandpaper

-gloves

-lighter

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Step 1: Wash the Entire Bottle

Choose the bottle you want and with the special gloves wash it under running water.

Step 2: Rub the Bottle

Dry the bottle with a tissue.

Step 3: Cut the Bottle in Half and Dry the Inside

With scissors, starting from the top, cut the bottle in half and dry well the inner parts.

Step 4: Choose the Models and Bring Them on Paper

Choose the model that you want to create and draw them on the sheet, possibly even color them.

Step 5: Crop Models Created

Cropped accurately models created with marker and draw the contours on the bottle.

Step 6: Crop the Whole Piece Enclosing Forms

Cut out the whole piece, inside of which there are your forms and only later more precisely, the single piece.

Step 7: Leveling the Piece

With sandpaper try to finish the perimeter of your future rings; if you need to, you can use a lighter to "smooth" the edges.

Step 8: Start Coloring

Work, with colors or gutta to begin to give life to your ring.

Step 9: Complete the Job and Wait for It to Dry

Finish your work and let it dry completely.

Step 10: Glue the Piece to the Support

Once dry your piece, you can proceed. Then you put the glue on the support that you will put in a card, so as to keep it and put the piece above!

Step 11: Wear!

Wait until completely dry out your new work and ... wear it!

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