I know it has been months and Sundays since my last post! So much has happened....
I wanted to share this month's DT project for Scraps of Color. Here it is:
OMGness Christmas is less than a week away! Have you decorated your home yet? I JUST finished! Sad but true. Today I would like to share a couple of projects with you that is easy to put together and get the kiddos involved! Best of all, you can use what you have on hand :)
Parchment paper or a non-stick mat
Hot glue (gun)
1. First lay down a dab of glue to the mat and press in a pearl or bead.
2. Add a glue around the pearl/bead and add more beads around the center bead
3. Add a line of glue making sure glue is touching the cluster of beads in the middle
4. Design as you wish
If the children are doing this, please supervise them as the glue is HOT!! The snowflake can be used as an ornament or as I did here as an embellishment to this wall hanging.
You will need-
Die cutting machine
Wreath file-mine is from the Silhouette Store
Cardstock/paper (of course)
I cut out the circle and the leaves from the file. I did not cut all of the pieces that came with the file. You may want to cut extra leaves to make your wreath fuller. I used a blue and white cardstock which coordinates with the color scheme of the tree. Once the components were cut, I stapled the ribbon to the base layer. While I was doing this, the girls used ink to ink around the edges. We assembled the leaves and adhered them down. I added silver beads (again to go with the color scheme, but you can use any color you wish) in clusters to mimic berries. We did this randomly throughout the wreath. Once the wreath was dry, I tied the ribbon we stapled earlier and added the snowflake embellishment.
Here is the finished wall:
I hope you enjoyed today's project! It is a good way to get some projects done and keep the kids busy too. Thanks for stopping by, Krafthead~