It feels like ages since i have done a tutorial and a Blog post! I really need to get myself a routune going. When you move home it just upsets everything. Well it sure has for me. Over Christmas i plan to record some tutorials for the new year and get myself back to normal.
I hope you are all well and looking forward to Christmas. I have to say i think i am looking forward to a bit of a rest and some tome out from working and decorating! I feel like i have had a paintbrush in my hand 24/7!
Anyway, i needed a last minute table decoration as i couldn’t find the one i normally use ( probably got lost in the move). I didn’t want the mess of using dry foam so i just glued my Christmas bits straight down onto the card base. I didn’t glue my candle in as you turn it on and off from the bottom.
I have to say that i am thrilled with the end result. It turned out way better than i thought it would. It cost me nothing to make as i already had the supplies including the battery operated candle. It just goes to show that you can make stunning Christmas decorations for very little.
I I used Chloes pointestrtia stamp and dies to make my Flowers. The frame is made from Gold texture roll from Sizzix. The other decorations are what i purchased from The works a while ago.
I hope you like it and i hope you have something lying around to make something similar. Below you can find the measurements and also the link to my Youtube Video.
TEXTURE ROLL X 2 MEASURING 12 X 4 1/2″
TEXTURE ROLL X 2 MEASURING 4 1/2″ X 6″
SCORE ON THE SHORT SIDE @ 1/2″, 1 1/2″, 2 1/2″ & 3 1/2″
MATT BOARD BASE MEASURING 12 X 6″
RED CARD FOR THE INSIDE BASE MEASURING 4 X 10″
I hope you have a great Christmas.
Love Ann xx
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That looks fabulous Ann. I’ll have a go at that tonight I think. Thank you for your hard work. Have a restful Christmas.
On Wed, 23 Dec 2020, 16:49 positivelypapercraft, wrote:
> Ann Melvin posted: ” Hi everyone, It feels like ages since i have done a > tutorial and a Blog post! I really need to get myself a routune going. When > you move home it just upsets everything. Well it sure has for me. Over > Christmas i plan to record some tutorials for th” >
Thank you Anne. Have a great Christmas despite the bug x
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Merry Christmas Ann…It’s nice to see you back. I love your Christmas Table Centre Piece, it’s gorgeous…Take care & Stay safe…Ann in Canada
Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy new year I hope you are safe and well. In our part of New South Wales we have avoided the corona virus, however, we have loads of space as we are a rural community. Looking forward to more inspiration Barbara
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Merry christmas Ann,Have a lovely day.
How about tying a wide ribbon around the candle and attaching the decorations to the ribbon.
Glad to see you back and into the swing of life!