Happy Sunday, friends! Today I am taking apart garland I bought last year after Christmas. I scored big on the garland, they were $1.39 each, and I knew I could transform them. I have a list of supplies I used down below, and a sales promotion that is good through tonight.
There were 6 metal snowflakes on each garland, and 5 rusted bells. I cut them all apart, and primed the ornaments first. For my first six ornaments, I used Distress Crackle Paste to add this gorgeous crackle. Once the crackle was dry, I used my finger to Rub On Ranger Multi Medium Matte all over the snowflake, and poured Distress Clear Rock Candy glitter over the medium and let that dry. I tied a simple camel velvet ribbon on the ornament once it was finish and dried.
My next set of ornaments I made completely different. Instead of the crackle. I added Lawn Fawn Textured embossing powder over the wet primer, and used my heat tool to melt the powder. I had to be careful with this step. The snowflakes are metal, and the heat tool gets really hot! Once the powder was melted, I added glitter and a ribbon.
Once the Snowflakes were done, it was time to wrap them. I cut a piece of Kraft wrapping paper, and used Tim Hotz Cozy Christmas stamp set to decorate the paper.Once I finished stamping, I set the paper aside to let the ink dry, and made a quick tag. I used the same Cozy Christmas stamp set on the tag.
You can watch how I put this package together HERE:
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That’s all for today. Thanks so much for stopping by!
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