Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles Advent Countdown #21 Snowflake and Curled Foil Wreath
You knew I’d have to do one. Make a wreath that is! I say make, it’s more ‘decorate a pre bought one’ than make. But this is what I’ve done each year for a number of years, and I love it.
I don’t object to buying one that someone else has made, but as a crafter, I like to put my own spin on things….
This year though, I went for a different colour of wreath form, this is sort of washed antique white rather than the usual willow wicker type that I have used in the past.
I had fun making these decorations though, the foiled snowflakes did most of the work for me, but it was a total light bulb moment when I discovered that our Foiled Cardstock is such good quality, that you can curl and roll it, and not only does it keep it’s shape, it doesn’t crack either!
So it’s one of those final projects to make for your decorating, when you’ve got a handful of supplies that you want to use, and not sure where to use them. This is it!
Have a super week everyone, I’m on a train heading up to visit my parents in North Wales for a couple of days. I do hope they have their decorations up for me!
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Sam Hammond Donald
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