I still have some more peanut chews left. I decided to make some reindeer with my daughter help again. She helped me glued the eyes and glittered the noses. I saw these ideas on Pinterest. Don't you just love pinterest!
For these reindeer I used the same measurement as the snowmen. For the antler I used the Martha Stewart leave punch. The noses were made using 3/4 inch punch and a half a circle inch punch. I added dimensional under the red circle. They would look much better with a scarf.
Wishing everyone who celebrate Thanksgiving a wonderful time! and everyone else a marvelous week!
Sharing a quilling berry card. Sorry for the poor photo quality.
I never know what cranberry plant look like and I was really happy to fine the quilling cranberry on google.
I did the craziest thing. I signed up for 2 craft shows December 6 and 7. It wasn't my intention but thing happened and I will just have to go with the flow. In the past I didn't even do 2 shows in the same month and now I'm having 2 shows two days in a row. So this mean I have to make tons of things for the 2 shows and I will be absent from my blog and from checking out your wonderful blogs.
I am back for a quick post. On Wednesday we had our first snow. It wasn't enough to build snowman so my daughter and I sat down and build these instead.
My husband's friend gave us a big bag of peanut chews. I love them but I can eat them all so I dressed them up into snowmen. I saw these snowmen on google search. The finished snowmen measured 3/8 x 1 x 3 inches. For the eyes and buttons I used the regular 1/4 hole punch. The noses were made from a small heart shape cutting into half.
For the snowmen wraps it was 3 x 3 inches score at 1/4, 5/8, 1 5/8, 2 fold on all score lines and apply adhesive on the 1/4 inch flap.
The hat was made using 1 inch punch and tap punch from Stampin' Up. Color in the cheek with Q-tip and draw up a mouth and finished it off with 1/8 ribbon and you are done!