Well, I’ve just wrapped up on my last live TV show before Christmas, the tree is finally complete and I’m just about ready for the big day so I thought that it would be an opportune moment to pop a quick post on here before heading away from the internet for a few days.
I was perusing the shelves of my local Colemans stationary shop the other day (looking for a quickie glue pen) and I stumbled across some little wire frames onto which beads could be threaded.
They naturally fell into my basket … now where have I heard that before?
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Today’s make uses up some of my button stash to make a cute little wreath bauble.
Hello again :)
Well, last night I promised you that I would stop by and show you another version of the bauble that I posted about yesterday – so here I am and here it is.
Today I finished off a couple more Christmas tree decorations using paper mache bauble blanks.
They both used the same papers/colours and I began them each in the same way also. Today I will share the beginning steps and the first bauble.
The Christmas decoration making continues! This time I wanted to make a little something with a hint of sparkle from my bead collection.
For this Christmas tree decoration I have again enlisted the help of the Brother Scan N Cut for some simple decorations.
So that title was a little more naughty than I originally thought, lol!
Anyway, for this Christmas creation I decided to call on the Brother Scan N Cut to help me out.
Ever since I learnt Teabag Folding I have always enjoyed sitting down to a session of folding and gluing.
It seemed only natural then that I should include it in some way in my series on handmade Christmas things.
Day two of the Christmas blog post countdown has arrived! I’ve been making an assortment of Christmas tree decorations over the last few weeks and this was one that I did mid-November on a cold and wintery day – it felt so cold that I thought that it was going to snow!
You can imagine that creating a snow scene was like doing a rain dance but I cranked up the heating and set too.
This may seem odd but I have never actually owned a Christmas tree before this year or had one in my house over the holiday period as I rarely have people over – it’s just been easier for me to visit everyone else.
This year though I wanted to bring Christmas home, and also bring the homemade into Christmas.