Originally posted on Holly Waller Inspirations:
Hello Everyone! I’m here today as promised with some gift tags using Lawn Fawn. These tags were a breeze to assemble. I love making tags because you can use all of the scraps and small embellishments to make some awesome gift tags.
Also if you are new to paper crafting this a good project to start with. You don’t need a lot of items to make some very cute tags.
Here we go!
I started with 5 tags that I die cut first from Lawn Fawn Tag You’re It stamps and dies. I then die cut the small banner die from Lawn Fawn Snow Day Paper Pack . I also cut strips of paper from the same paper pack.
Now to assemble I adhered the strips to the bottom of the tag and the coordinating banner to the top of the tag and the banner to the top vertically…
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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
- 1 pkg scented pine cones
- 1 pkg holiday picks with pine & berries
- 1 bolt 1/2″-wide ribbon
- Wire cutters
- Glue gun, glue sticks
DIRECTIONS: Refer to photo.
1. Select pine cones with open areas between each row.
2. Cut an 8″ length of ribbon. Form a loop and glue ends together to create the hanger.
Center and glue to top of the pine cone.
3. Cut fifteen 5″ lengths of ribbon. Glue cut ends together. evenly space & glue 5 or 6 loops for the 1st row.
at the top of the pine cone. Repeat 2 more times, alternating loops between each row.
4. Cut the pine picks into 1 1/2″ pieces. Glue each piece evenly spaced on pine cone to fill out the top.
5. Cut the berries into smaller pieces and glue to pine cone to fill.
Originally posted on Crochet Thread:
Ancient Greek terracotta vases with all their intricate geometric patterns and art work depicting myths and legends as well as daily life have long fascinated scholars. There are 12 basic shapes indicative of their intended use; some fulfilling a wider range of functions such as storage vessels for food, beverages, or health and beauty ingredients; even funerary urns and offerings. Over time potters and artisans greatly expanded upon the basic shapes to create a plethora of style, many on display in local museums, each unique in appearance and decoration.
US20 crochet thread
US8 (1.5mm) hook
Scissors and needle (for weaving in tail)
Rnd 1: ch 4, 12 dc in 4th ch from hook, join to 1st dc
Rnd 2: ch 3 (counts as dc), dc in same, *1 dc in next, 2 dc in next, *repeat around, join…
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