Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Waxing noses

This is the easiest way I know to wax noses, and after reading through this tutorial, you might say ‘… why haven’t I thought of that before …?’

 Well, here are some helpful hints. It’s so rewarding to end up with a perfect embroidered nose after spending so much time giving our bear the look we’ve tried to achieve… but unfortunately that doesn’t happen very often, so to cover up some minor unevenness on our bear’s nose we can use the waxing method below.

 This is Romeo before his waxed nose:



  Place some sticky tape around the bear’s nose, very close to the edge of the embroidered nose.

Fill an empty glass jar (jam, preserves), with very hot water (only 3/4 full). Place the lid on the jar and close it tight



Get some wax and rub it on the side of the jar until you have melted a decent amount of wax to place on the bear’s nose.



Holding the jar by the top (lid) with a cloth or towel, (so you don’t burn your hand), bring the nose close to the jar and rub the bear’s nose on the melted wax

 

Fill all unevenness of the nose’s threads, and don’t be afraid to add more wax as needed

 If you make a boo-boo, or want to correct areas that need more wax, keep rubbing the nose against the hot jar. This will keep re-melting those areas and relocating the wax where needed.



Finally, after the wax has cooled down, get some computer or photocopying paper and rub the nose with it till it shines



 

  Peel off all sticky tape from around the nose.
Voilà! You’ve got yourself a waxed nose..! Yeah!!

 

 

8 comments:

  1. hello Monica, i enjoy each piece of your sharing since i started making bears. wow, this is an energy save method of waxing nose. i got similar concept to wax nose, but warm the wax over the fire, and using hair drier to melt the wax and polish with name card paper.
    so will try your method next time.
    cheers, susana

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  2. That sounds so much easier than any method I've tried. I'll have to give it a go. Thanks Monica. Di

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  3. This is great, I was searching for a different type of wax tips, but worth the read anyway!

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  4. I cannot wait to try this, only problem is I have bought two sticks of bees wax in the natural color....
    I have to google where I can find brown and/or black...

    Again, - you are the best for doing these tutorials!

    Best regards from Eva Mari in Norway :)

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    1. dear eva mari, where can i buy the wax from google, do you have a website ? can i use wax from shoes ?
      thank you for your advice
      lmaknn@free.fr

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  5. I didn't know you could do it like that!!! Thanks Monica!

    What a great method of waxing!

    You're a gem!!!

    Rosalie in Hong Kong

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  6. Just did this method with bees wax and it has come out awesum...thank you so much xx

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