This is the third project (pattern) of the Christmas village. Made for beginners. Links to the first two projects at the bottom of the page
You asked – and we did! A wonderful house for beginners! Simple large details, cute shape.
Details for such a house are easy and convenient to cut, put them in a single plane, and solder with each other.
Look how I did Christmas House.
First, we printed out our pattern. Look, it is conveniently located on two sheets. There is no need to cut or glue anything.
Next, we choose glass for our future house. I wanted it to look like gingerbread! And at the same time, it was in the same style as our Christmas Village. I also really wanted a beautiful red roof, as if made of tiles. That’s why I chose Wissmach W145SPGranit and Spectrum 151RR glasses. I took a beautiful Spectrum 209FLE glass for a snowball on the roof. It looks just like real snow! And I chose Spectrum 411-15C glass for the door. It’s like it’s made of wood!
Having selected all the glasses, I moved on to the next stage. Now I put the glasses on my illuminated desk and circle the necessary details. Next, I try to pick up the divorces and texture to fit together.
I circle the detail on the glass with a marker and cut it out. Then, having prepared the parts, I looked at how well they fit together and grinded on the grinder to remove the sharp edge. Also, after that, the pieces fit more tightly to each other.
After I have sharpened all the details and made sure that they all fit together, I foil them.
This should be done carefully so that the foil covers the part equally on both sides. Otherwise, the seams on your house will not be smooth.
After making sure that this is the case, we begin to solder all the details together. I do it the following way – just holding it with my fingers. First, I solder the parts to each other point-by-point to fix them. After that, I gently lead with a soldering iron and evenly weld all the seams.
You can fix the parts in any way convenient for you.
Now that we have all four walls of our house ready, we begin to assemble them. I do this by simply connecting the two sides at the corner of the table, so it turns out that the walls are connected at an angle of 90 degrees.
Having soldered all the walls, we get a ready-made box at home. We have an overhead roof, so we will not solder it. Instead, we solder the roof by trying it onto the corner of the house. It is also important to grind the corners of the roof, which we connect to at 45 degrees so that they are as tightly connected as possible.
That’s it. Our little Christmas house is ready! It’s simple but very cute.
As a result, I also decided to draw frost and icicles on it to make it even more beautiful.
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