Aesthetic Cloud Room Decor



Introduction: Aesthetic Cloud Room Decor

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Today I made super cool and aesthetic room decor for you. This is really so easy and cool. Let's stars.

Materials needed for this decor: plastic bottle or container, scissors, utility knife, glue, metallic background cardboard (gold), skewers or toothpicks, cardboard, fiber, LED light.

Step 1:

Cut 2 sides of the plastic bottle. If you are using a plastic container, you can skip this step.

Step 2:

Cut into 2 parts with scissors. You only need 1 piece.

Step 3:

Glue the plastic piece to the cardboard. Use a strong adhesive.

Step 4:

Cut 1 moon and a few stars from the gold metallic cardboard. I used a hole punch for the stars. But if you don't have a puncher, you can draw a star shape and cut it out with scissors.

Step 5:

Cut 3-4 cm pieces from skewers or toothpicks. Glue the stars and the moon on top of these sticks. The metallic cardboard I used was gold on one side and white on the other. So I pasted 1 more same shape behind the star and moon.

Step 6:

Stick the stars and the moon you prepared in this way on the piece you cut from the plastic bottle. At this stage, you need to use fast-drying glue. I used a hot glue gun.

Step 7:

Take small pieces of fiber and stick them on the plastic bottle. Do not cover the stars and the moon when gluing the fibers. I used again a hot glue gun at this stage. Be careful not to burn your hand. Put the led light inside.

Step 8:

You can use it as beautiful clouds without LED lights during the day, and watch the stars with LED lights at night.

Step 9:

If you want to watch all this content as a video, you can see all the details in this video. Maybe you can make a nice comment for me.

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