Mini Terracotta Pot with Paper Flowers and Foliage

Today I’m sharing a mini terracotta pot with paper flowers and foliage.  I love trying my hand at coming up with different ways to use my dies and thought this little flower pot arrangement was perfect to add to my “anything but a card” category.  I used the Rubbernecker Small Flowers #1, Large Ivy and Leaf Group to fill the pot.

I'm sharing a mini terracotta pot with paper flowers and foliage in my "anything but a card" series.  Click thru to see how I made this sweet arrangement.

The pot is only two inches across and I felt I could fill it with foliage if I added strips of cardstock inside the pot to attach everything to.  I added two strips and began attaching branches using glossy accents.  I actually added a couple more strips of cardstock inside the pot to the ones you see below after I got started but forgot to take another picture. 

Mini terracotta pot arrangement base.

The Pot and Arrangement Base Strips

  • Cut strips of green cardstock about 3″ wide and lightly score at 1/2″ on each end.
  • Apply 1/2″ double stick tape on each end.
  • Place the first strip straight across the middle and secure each end to the sides of the pot.
  • Cut a slit in the middle of the second strip and slide it down over the first and secure the ends to the pot.
  • Note:  Not shown in the photo above.  I secured shorter strips across each 1/4″ opening to give me places to secure the die cut foliage to for the arrangement. 

The Foliage

  • Use green cardstock to cut several sections of the Leaf Group and Large Ivy.
  • Cut the Leaf Group branches into 3 sections and begin attaching them in the center of the pot using glossy accents.
  • Continue attaching the branches working out from the center and filling in all the way around to create a full foliage base.
  • Cut several of the Large Ivy sections into two parts and attach a few of them inside the rim to face out over the edge of the pot.
  • Attach more of the trimmed Large Ivy sections to fill in the arrangement.
  • Finish the foliage arrangement by attaching full branches of the Large Ivy near the center of the arrangement so the leaves stand out above the other foliage leaves.

 

I'm sharing a mini terracotta pot with paper flowers and foliage in my "anything but a card" series.  Click thru to see how I made this petty arrangement.

The Flowers

  • Cut two sections of the Small Flowers using purple cardstock.
  • Place all the flowers face up on the molding pad.
  • Form each flower by pushing down in the center with a small tipped stylus to push the petals up.
  • Attach the flowers to the foliage using glossy accents.

I'm sharing a mini terracotta pot with paper flowers and foliage in my "anything but a card" series.  Click thru to see how I made this cute arrangement.

This mini terracotta pot arrangement was an experiment that actually turned out pretty well.  I wasn’t sure if it would but I sure had so much fun trying.  Check out this mini terracotta pot and paper flowers link on Pinterest for more inspiration.  There are so many cute ideas.  Rubbernecker is having a Happy New Year sale that you won’t want to miss.  Be sure to hop over and check it out.

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The dies used for my mini flower pot.

 
5210-04D Small Flowers #1
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5162-02D Large Ivy
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Leaf Group die 5118D
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Supplies and tools used.

 
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Pennington Mini Flower Pots 2″ Terra…
[ AMZUS ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Mcgill Rubber Paper Blossoms Molding…
[ AMZUS ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
 

Decorative Bird House for Spring

Don’t die of shock but I couldn’t resist trading in my Christmas dies to create a decorative bird house with spring colors for my “anything but a card” series.  It was fun transforming this small birdhouse with the little white fence and colorful flowers and foliage.  I have a few more on a shelf in my closet,  all different sizes and shapes, and I think I’ll decorate them all in different color combinations to create a  grouping to decorate with when all the Christmas stuff comes down.

For this project I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Knob Top Fence, Grass, Flower Buds, Large Ivy, Small Ivy and Leaf Group.

Come see how I created this decorative bird house with a pretty purple flower theme.

The Fence and Grass

  • Cut four sections of fence using white cardstock.
  • Attach the fence sections together using glossy accents.
  • Cut a strip of green cardstock 11 inches long.
  • Use the grass die to cut through the first half of the green strip, place the die at the end of the first cut and cut a second time.  This creates a continuous length of grass to go all the way around the house.
  • Use glossy accents to attach the fence sections to the grass.
  • Measure out the folds for the grass and fence by placing them on birdhouse, holding them in place and bending them at each corner to prepare for final attachment.
  • Begin attaching by applying hot glue to the front section.
  • Continue applying hot glue all the way around the house to complete.  Note:  I used hot glue to attach any element being adhered directly to the wood house.

Click thru to see how I added a grass and fence layer to this decorative bird house.

The Flowers, Ivy and Leaf Branches

  • Use green cardstock to cut  several the large and small ivy and leafy branches.  Note:  I used five large ivy sections on each side of the house and three leaf branches on each side.
  • Cut the flower buds using purple cardstock.
  • Place the large ivy sections on the molding pad and score the leaves using the leaf tool.
  • Form the flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad.
  • Cut each small ivy section in half using scissors to create two sections.
  • Attach the flowers to the small and large ivy sections using glossy accents.

 

Click thru to see how I used dies to create this decorative bird house for spring.

Attach the Flowers and Ivy

  • Tuck the small ivy and flower sections in behind the grass all the way around the house and attach using glossy accents.
  • Attach three leaf branches on each side of the house using hot glue.  I applied the hot glue to the ends of the branches, overlapped them over the top of the birdhouse and attached.  The main portion of the branches were left free to look natural.
  • Continue by adding the large flower covered ivy to both sides of the house.  Attach three sections along the top of the house like with the leafy branches.
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Click thru to see how I embellished a decorative bird house with paper flowers and foliage.

  • Tuck two additional ivy and flower branches under the existing branches on each side and attach slightly lower to create more length.
  • Attach several individual flowers all along the top of the house top to fill in and complete the arrangement.

Click thru to see how I used dies to create this pretty decorative bird house for spring.

The Front Arrangement

  • Cut a couple large ivy and flower sections apart to create three sections.
  • Use hot glue to attach the ivy and flowers sections to the house and perch. 

Click thru to see how I used dies to create this sweet decorative bird house for spring.

This pretty spring decorative bird house is another example of how you can use your dies to create “anything but a card”,  Consider how fun it would be to create a set decorated for each season.  Hmmmm!  I think a snowy winter birdhouse will be next on my list.  I hope you have enjoyed seeing this project and have been inspired to create an “anything but a card” project of your won.  If you do……please link in the comments sections of my posts.  I would love to be inspired by what you come up with. Want more inspiration?  Check out this Pinterest link. Thank you for coming by and I hope you have a great week.

The dies used for this project.

 
Knob Top Fence Die Cut 5152-02D
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Tabed Grass Set Die Cut 5152-03D
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Flower Buds Die Cut 5147-09D
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5162-02D Large Ivy
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5162-03D Small Ivy
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Leaf Group die 5118D
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The tools and supplies.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Sour…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Heavyweight,…
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Hot Glue Gun, TopElek Mini Glue Gun…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
 

It is fun to create a decorative bird house with die cut paper flowers and foliage.

Cookie Bucket and Blog Candy Winner

A decorated cookie bucket looks so festive on your holiday dessert table.  I took a trip to Michaels a couple of weeks ago to look for items to use in my “anything but a card” series.  When I saw this white bucket i knew it would be so cute decorated with a bow, poinsettia, holly and berries.  For my photos I loaded mine with a fresh batch of Snickerdoodle cookies.  

For this project I used the Poinsettia #2, Holly and Berries.

Click thru to see how I decorated this fun Christmas cookie bucket with ribbon and poinsettia.

The Ribbon and Bow

  • Cut two strips of 1/4″ green ribbon and attach to the bucket using hot glue.
  • Use 5/8″ plaid ribbon to tie a multi loop bow large enough to be the base for the poinsettia and foliage. Note:  Check out my multi loop bow video tutorial if you would like to see how I make my bows.
  • Use hot glue to attach the bow to the bucket.

Click thru to see how I decorated this pretty Christmas cookie bucket with ribbon and poinsettia.

The Poinsettia

  • Use red, green and yellow cardstock to cut the poinsettia sections. Note:  I like to create one or two green poinsettia sections using the largest flower die for the main base of the flower.
  • Place the red and green poinsettia flower layers face down on a molding pad and use a large round stylus to shape the flower petals.
  • Place the red and green poinsettia flower layers face up on a molding pad and use a small tipped stylus to push down in the center of each flower to push the petals up.
  • Attach the flower layers together using glossy accents. 
  • Form tiny yellow flowers using a small tipped stylus and molding pad and attach them to the flower center using glossy accents.  Note:  I love to use my reverse tweezers when working with tiny die cut parts and pieces.  They are like having a third hand.
  • Apply a generous amount of hot glue to the back of the poinsettia and attach it to the bow.

Click thru to see how I decorated this lovely Christmas cookie bucket with ribbon and poinsettia.

The Holly and Berry Branches

  • Cut the holly using green and red cardstock.
  • Attach the red berries to the holly branches using glossy accents.
  • Use green and white cardstock to cut the berry branches.
  • Adhere the white berries to the branches using glossy accents.
  • Tuck the holly and berry branches under the poinsettia and attach using hot glue.

Click thru to see how I decorated this Christmas cookie bucket with ribbon and poinsettia.

Blog Candy Winner

I am excited to announce that Becky Green made the 4th comment on my blog candy post and is the winner of my blog candy offering.  I hope you enjoy playing with the Rubbernecker Stamps Truck, Evergreen Trees and Cardinals.  Becky, please email your mailing address to me at kittie747@cfl.rr.com and Rubbernecker will get your gift right out in the mail to you.

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I hope you enjoyed seeing my decorated Christmas cookie bucket.  It’s always fun to come up with different ways to use our crating supplies other than scrapping or card making.  Have you created an “anything but a card” project this holiday season?  If so, please tell me about it or provide a link in the comments section.  I would love to hear about your creative ideas.

Dies used for my project.

 
Poinsettia #2 5169D
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Holly #1 Die Cut 5162-08D
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5162-01D berries
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Tools and supplies.  Note:  the bucket that I used comes in 5 colors at Michaels but it would only picture the red for my Linkdeli linking. 

 
Purchase the Small Tin Pail by…
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Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Heavyweight,…
[ ELH ]
ornerx Plaid Christmas Ribbon 5/8″ x…
[ AMZUS ]
Offray 1/4″ Wide Double Face Satin…
[ AMZUS ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH ]
McGill Paper Blossoms Molding Mat-8.3…
[ AMZUS ]
Hot Glue Gun, TopElek Mini Glue Gun…
[ AMZUS ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
 

A decorated Christmas cookie bucket looks great on your holiday dessert table.

Red Truck Christmas Decor

A really popular trend this year is red truck Christmas decor. I LOVE vintage inspired decor, so this is definitely right up my alley! It seems like everywhere you go there’s an old red truck with a Christmas tree – pillows – throws – table decor – kitchen towels – place mats and wall art. So, I took a ride to Michaels and found a wood plaque to use as a base to create a piece of red truck Christmas decor of my own and that I could add to my “anything but a card” series. 

For my project I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Truck, Barn, Evergreen Trees, Deckle Hills, Cardinals, Greenery, Small Birds and Splatter Background Stamp.

The little red truck is so on trend this year.  Come see how I created a piece of red truck Christmas decor to hang in my home this year.

The Plaque Base

The plaque came with a rope tie so before I started I cut if off to make it easier to apply the falling snow for the background.  I knew I could easily add a colorful ribbon that would be a prettier hanger than the rough rope.  The plaque is 7 inches tall and 5 inches wide.

  • Apply white pigment ink to the Splatter Background stamp and stamp it on the wood plaque. Repeat the process until you are happy with the snow coverage.
  • Lay the plaque on a large piece of scrap paper and pour out white embossing powder to cover.
  • Tap off the powder and heat with the heat gun. 
  • Cut four snow layers using white cardstock.
  • Attach the snow layers to the plaque using hot glue.  Note:   I normally pop the front couple of snow layers out with mounting tape when making a card.  For the plaque I wanted all the layers to be very secure so I attached them all flat to the board base.

The Scenery Elements

  • Cut the truck, barn and cardinals using red cardstock, black and white cardstock.
  • Use two different colors of green cardstock to cut the evergreen trees and greenery.
  • Stamp the truck and barn sections with the Splatter Background before assembling the pieces together and emboss with white embossing powder.
  • Attach the white roof, windows and doors to the barn using glossy accents.
  • Use a rolled up 1/8″ double stick tape strip to attach the truck fender section. 
  • Attach the wheels to the truck using glossy accents.
  • Apply snow and icicles to the barn roof and truck using white pigment reinker and a thin paint brush. 
  • Sprinkle the barn and truck with white embossing powder and heat with the heat gun.
  • Attach the Christmas tree in the back of the truck using strips of mounting tape.
  • Color the beaks of the birds using a black marker.

The little red truck is so on trend this year.  Come see how I created a piece of red truck Christmas decor to decorate my home this year.

Create the Scene

I attached pieces of mounting tape to the back of the barn, truck, trees and cardinals so they could be popped away from the scene base.  But to make sure they were well secured to the wood base and would stay in place for years to come I applied hot glue to the pieces of mounting tape before attaching the pieces.

  • Apply hot glue to the back lower portion of the barn, tuck it in behind the back snow layer and attach to the plaque base.  Leave the top section of the barn free to slip trees in behind it.
  • Slip trees in behind both sides of the bard and secure in place with the mounting tape and hot glue.
  • Attach a piece of mounting tape to the top back portion of the barn, apply a little hot glue and then attach it to the wood base.
  • Continue to fill in the scene by attach the trees using pieces of mounting tape and hot glue.
  • Tuck greenery pieces in between the snow layers and attach using hot glue.
  • Apply touches of white snow tips to the greenery using a tiny brush and white Gesso. 
  • Apply pieces of mounting tape and hot glue to the back of the truck and attach it to the snow layers.
  • Finish the scene by applying pieces of mounting tape and hot glue to the back of the birds and attach to the snow layer and wood base.

Red truck Christmas decor is so popular this year.  Come see how I created a piece of decor of my own.

Creating this piece of red truck Christmas decor was so much fun.  I have a long love affair of using red trucks with my paper crafting and this may be one of my all time favorite projects.  I can’t decide if I can part with it to give as a gift but I do know I can always make another if I do give it away.  Thanks for coming by and I hope you have a good day.

The stamp and dies used for this project.

 
5201-01D Barn Die Cut
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5162-11D Truck Die Cut
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5173-02D Deckle Hills Die Cut
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5217-01D Evergreen Tree Die
[ RBB ]
Greenery #1 Die Cut 5162-09D
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5217-02D Cardinals Die
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Small Birds Die 5147-06D
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1231 Splatter Background
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The supplies used.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Heavyweight,…
[ ELH ]
COPIC Sketch Marker 100, Black
[ ELH ]
Embossing Magic Bag, Inkadinkado
[ ELH ]
Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder,…
[ ELH ]
Unicorn White, Hero Arts Pigment Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
Clear Acrylic Block 4.78″ X 6.125″…
[ ELH ]
Embossing Gun (Wagner), Hero Arts
[ ELH ]
Artist Brush Set (7 Piece), Ranger
[ ELH ]
Liquitex White Gesso – 118ml (4 oz)
[ AMZUS ]
Fiskars Recycled 12-Inch Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board 12×12
[ ELH ]
ATG Kit, Advanced Tape Glider
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Hot Glue Gun, TopElek Mini Glue Gun…
[ AMZUS ]
 

Red truck Christmas decor projects are fun to make and add a pop of color to your Christmas decorations!

Unique Handmade Christmas Ornaments with Supplies from Your Craft Room

Every year I look forward to making unique handmade Christmas ornaments for gifts and to add to my own Christmas tree decorations.  I love windows,  snowmen and birdhouse dies and thought it would be fun to use all these elements to create my unique ornaments.  I’m sure if you picked out a few of your favorite crafting supplies you could come up with some unique ornaments of your own. 

For my ornaments I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Window 4 Pane, Snowman, Holly, Tiny Leaves, Birdhouse Set, Cardinals, Greenery #1 and Wreath Set.

Come see how I made two unique handmade Christmas ornaments with supplies in my craftroom stash.

The Windows

I layered three windows together to create a substantial ornament base.

  • Cut three windows and two window boxes for each ornament.
  • Glue two windows together using glossy accents.
  • Turn the windows over and apply glossy accents to the back. 
  • Tuck the embroidery floss hanger to the back of the attached windows and attach the third window facing out.   Note:  I wanted both sides of the window ornament to have a nice finished appearance.
  • Attach a window box to the front and back of each ornament using glossy accents.

 

Click thru to see this unique handmade Christmas ornament with Frosty the snowman.

The Snowman and Holly Window

  • Cut the snowman parts using white, black, red, woodgran and orange cardstock.
  • Assemble the snowman parts using glossy accents.  I only used two sections of the snowman body and cut the lower section off in the middle to fit on the window sill. 
  • Apply glossy accents to the bottom of the snowman and a strip of mounting tape to the top portion of the snowman body and attach it to the window.
  • Cut the holly using green and red cardstock.
  • Place the holly branches and leaves on the molding pad and score and form the leaves using the leaf tool from the Garden Tool Kit. 
  • Use glossy accents to attach the red holly berries to the holly branches.
  • Apply glossy accents to the holly branches and attach them to the window. 
  • Attach two tiny holly leaves and a berry to the snowman hat using glossy accents.
  • Finish by attaching a ribbon scarf to the snowman neck using glue dots.

The Birdhouse and Cardinals Window

  • Cut the birdhouse sections using red and white cardstock and attach them together using a rolled up strip of 1/8″ double stick tape.
  • Apply glossy accents to the lower base of the house and a strip of mounting tape to the upper portion of the house and attach it to the window.
  • Use green and red cardstock to cut the greenery and holly.
  • Attach the red berries to the holly branches using glossy accents.
  • Apply glossy accents to the greenery and holly and arrange and attach them to the window and birdhouse.
  • Cut the cardinals using red cardstock, color the beaks using a black marker and attach to the birdhouse and greenery using small pieces of mounting tape.
  • Finish by attaching a single loop bow to the greenery using glue dots.

Click thru to see this unique handmade Christmas ornament with cardinals and birdhouse.

I might be prejudiced but I think these unique handmade Christmas ornaments are as cute as they can be.  They will be wrapped together with a nice gift card for one of my favorite people.  If you want to see more unique handmade Christmas ornament ideas you can see lots and lots on this Pinterest link. I sure would love to see links to what you come up with.  Please feel free to come back to this post or any of my posts and leave a link in the comments sections.  I would love to get ideas from you for my next unique handmade Christmas ornaments. 

The dies I used.

 
5157D window 4 pane
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5162-13D Snowman Die Cut
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Bird House Die Cut 5147-11D
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Holly #1 Die Cut 5162-08D
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Greenery #1 Die Cut 5162-09D
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5217-02D Cardinals Die
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5217-03D Wreath Set Die
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5162-04D Tiny Leaves
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The tools and supplies used for my project.

 
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Easter…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock,…
[ ELH ]
Woodgrain Embossed 110 lb Tan – 10…
[ ELH ]
Bazzill Card Shoppe Cardstock, Circus…
[ ELH ]
COPIC Sketch Marker 100, Black
[ ELH ]
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Heavyweight,…
[ ELH ]
Susan’s Garden Tool Kit, Elizabeth…
[ ELH | ELZ ]
Mcgill Rubber Paper Blossoms Molding…
[ AMZUS ]
Crossover II Fabric & Paper Cutting…
[ RBB ]
Fiskars Recycled 12-Inch Bypass…
[ AMZUS ]
5mm (1/4″), Be Creative Tape
[ ELH ]
Mini Glossy Accents, Ranger Accents
[ ELH ]
Scotch Foam Mounting Tape
[ ELH ]
 

Make an Easy Wine Glass Light Using Your Stamps!

What on earth is a “wine glass light”? Only the cutest way to dress up a table, serve as an elegant version of night light or to serve as a super cute gift. And the best part? They are easy to make, use things you probably already have on hand and you can raid the dollar store for the glasses and tea lights making this one of those don’t-tell-anyone inexpensive but oh-so-gorgeous gifts.

A wine glass light makes a gorgeous and easy gift - click through to learn how to make your own!

Vellum_Votive_Shade

I downloaded this template from Splitcoaststampers and used it to cut my vellum.  I used deckle scissors to cut around the bottom of the shade to give a more natural look.

Come learn how to make a wine glass light using items from the dollar store and stamps and ink!

I used the Rubbernecker Stamps Moose cabin and trees images to create my scene.  I stamped the trees all the way around the shade using olive pigment ink, leaving a space open to stamp the cabin, and embossed with clear embossing powder. When stamping the tree images I had to keep turning the shade template slightly and keep the trees in line following the curve of the shade. If not the tree line would have been crooked. I masked the trees on  both side of the opening for the cabin and then stamped the cabin with brown pigment ink and embossed with clear embossing powder.  I lightly painted the cabin with lighter brown pigment ink and the windows with yellow pigment ink and embossed with clear embossing powder. I painted a thin layer of white pigment ink on the roof of the cabin and along the ground area and embossed with white embossing powder.  The final step was to create the falling snow using a tiny brush and dotting the sky area white pigment ink and embossing with white embossing powder.  I finished the with the green ribbon and multi loop bow.  I don’t know if you can tell or not but I am in love with the Moose set.  The small trees are perfect for smaller scenes like this and they coordinate with the tree in the 3 Pine Tree set.  

Click through to learn how to make a wine glass light that you can use to to decorate your home or give as a gift!

I hope you enjoyed seeing this wine glass light.  I am very sorry that you received a second email today.  I accidentally published my post  while I was working on this instead of saving it.  I’ll be back tomorrow with a fun new Christmas card idea. 

 
3013 KKCS Moose
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Supplies

 
Unicorn White, Hero Arts Pigment Ink Pad
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Pinecone
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Acorn
[ ELH ]
VersaFine Clair Ink Pad, Shady Lane
[ ELH ]
Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder,…
[ ELH ]
Ranger Super Fine Embossing Powder,…
[ ELH ]
5mm (1/4″), Be Creative Tape
[ ELH ]
Glue Dots, Mini (3/16″)
[ ELH ]
Embossing Gun (Wagner), Hero Arts
[ ELH ]
Ripe Avocado 3/8″ Twill Tape Ribbon…
[ PPR ]
 

You may want to share this wine glass light with your crafty friends.