Monday, November 29, 2010

Let Snow!

Good morning. I sure hope your Thanksgiving and Black Friday were filled with lots of laughter, good food, friends, family and deals! Can you believe we are SUPER CLOSE to DECEMBER? YIKES! Well this month the wonderful Scrapbookpal sent me Winter Woodland to use and show you all some projects. I usually try to go a bit out of the normal box for the carts but I loved this saying and really wanted to make it for a special person in my life. So let's get started!

Here is your supply list:
Seven 1.25 by 1.25 wooden blocks
White acrylic paint
Basic Grey sanding tools
Xyron X
Mini glue dots
12X12 mats
Winter Woodland
Glaze pens in red and green
DCWV Christmas Combo paper
Pearlescent paper
DCWV Green Adhesive backed paper
Sticko Shimmering silver dots

  • First buy or cut 1.25 by 1.25 inch blocks of wood. Paint them white.
  • Second Cover all sides of the blocks with various patterned paper; adhere using Xyron X permanent adhesive. Use the Basic Grey sanding tool in a downward motion to smooth the edges.
  • Cut shadow/blackout LET IT SNOW at 2 inches on page 62 in green adhesive paper.
  • Cut LET IT SNOW in white at 2 inches from pearlescent paper
  • Discard SNOW, layer and adhere LET IT
  • Cut letters S,N,O,W at 1.5 inches in green using font/shadow and white using font
  • Layer and adhere using Xyron X
  • Adhere to covered blocks
  • Cut snowflake4 REAL DIAL SIZE at 1.5 inches from page 35 TWICE
  • Layer and adhere with mini glue dot-adhere to block
  • Using glitter chalk and glaze pens accent all adhered pieces and patterned paper
  • Accent blocks with shimmering silver dots
  • Display and enjoy!


Carol said...

Thank you for sharing this beautiful idea!

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