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Friday, December 9, 2011

Make Your Own Hybrid Christmas Decor 10 comments  
   
   
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Angels and Advent Calendar ideas

Christmas time is a time of love and laughter. Its a time to rejoice, and be merry.  Laurie shares how inspired she was by this pretty angel. 

She gives us a step by step of how she did it. It looks so easy!

Step 1 - Base - 12 round

Step 2 - Cut in Half - Glue points

Step 3 - Skirt 8 1-2 in circle

Step 4 - Cut in Half

Step 5 - Glue Stripes

Step 6 - Add Glue Stripe on Reverse

Step 6 - Narrow Ribbon thru Xyron

Step 7 - Cut Circles from Snowflake paper

Step 8 - Begin Assembly - Base then Skirt, then Ribbon, then Snowflakes

Step 9 - Second Cut using 8 1-2 in circle - Use Protractor to cut out 1 in edge

Step 10 - Fold over 1 in half circles - glue together

Step 11 - Shape with Scallop cuts - fussy cut

Step 12 - Roll remaining circles from Step 9 to create sleeves 

Step 13 - Cut 4 1-2 in circle for bib

Step 14 - cut slit in back for popsicle stick

Step 15 - Test Look of Bib

Step 16 - Decorate bib with Bling

Step 17 - Cut 2 circles each of Eggshell and Black Cardstock 2 inches in diameter

Step 18 - Cut one black circle in half - Layer to form hair around face

Step 19 - Layer remaining black circle to create back of head

Step 20 - Cut excess black to shape of eggshell cardstock

Step 21 - Add Facial Features - Punches - Round and Heart for Mouth

The Final 1- Front

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I came across this wonderful advent calendar idea on Pinterest, to make a tree for each day. There was these three patterns.

[warning- I did use a LOT of ink to do these trees. I went thru 3.5 color cartidges on my inkjet printer.]

 

I opened it in photoshop and layered it with pattern papers.  I printed 24 of them. I also created numbers and some snowflakes to decorate them.

I used my ATG to hold them together running it around the edge of the circle, and on the fold tab. 

I used cotton balls on top and added the numbers and snowflakes for decoration. I wanted to keep them simple since my kids will rip them open and won't appreciate my primas.

Thanks all for reading!

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Reader Comments ...
handerful . STL
12/14/11 5:01 pm
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Beautiful!

SherrieLynne . Michigan
12/14/11 4:23 pm
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Thank You for sharing this. Your Angel is Beautiful. Love the Advent Hats too.

12/14/11 6:46 am
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Love , love this reveal and the directions - fantastic ideas. Great projects.

12/14/11 6:37 am
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you are amazing!!!

12/13/11 7:42 pm
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You guys really rocked this. Your directions are clear and precise and the projects too cute for words...BRAVO! and thanks.

12/13/11 7:20 pm
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sooo cute!!!!!!!!!!

12/13/11 7:02 pm
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Love both reveals! Great job!

blbabe1234 . Corpus Christi, TX
12/13/11 5:32 pm
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Super cute!

12/13/11 6:03 am
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I love this. I should make some pretty angels.

12/10/11 8:18 am
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Thanks for creating this. Great idea. I am doing a lot of paper decorations this year

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