This project idea was triggered by the pine cones that my dear friend send to me couple of weeks ago. They are sitting in a box smelling beautify right now waiting for me to use them. It may be a while so I decided to find a way to display them in my home before they became part of my projects so Let’s make a Rope Bowl! Bowl that I can use for sure for other things as time goes on or even serve bread at the dinner table.
ITEMS NEEDED FOR THE PROJECT
First you need to find a bowl that you like to use as a template.Wrap your bowl tightly with saran wrap as it shows on the pictures below.
Apply a good amount of a Mod- Podge all over your layer of Saran-Wrap. Make sure to protect your surface …it may be bit messy.
Start to layer your rope around bowl starting at the top as it is shown in the picture below. To my surprise all was nicely sticking together.
Make sure rope is layered evenly all around without leaving any gaps.
Apply a thick coat of Mod-Podge to a layered rope. Make sure to cover all. Leave to dry for few hours. I am going to leave mine overnight just to make sure all is dry.
It is all dry now I hope. Carefully separate bowl from your template and remove inner coating of saran wrap
It looks awesome! All layers are nicely attached! Love it my rope bowl!
Really love the way my little project turned out! I am for sure going to make more of them! Just noticed my daughter hair ties scattered all over her table!
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