It's the final day of our 12 Days of Crafting Challenge, and I hope that we have inspired you to craft just a little bit this season. I know that I have definitely been feeling more crafty. Especially, when there are ornaments to be made.
Currently, I am in Canada, visiting my soon to be hubbie and there is a tree that needs decorating. So, I decided to go a little farmhouse chic and create these ornaments to hang on our tree using the houses from the Village Treat Boxes and the tree from the Christmas Cutouts Cutables.
I purchased the mini cloches and the jars from Amazon and then I did slight alterations to the SVG files to make the trees tall and narrow to fit them. And layered them up, along with the houses to to give them dimension and stability.
Paper Clay was used to build up the "countryside" and chunky glitter added to make it a winter wonderland. The layered trees and houses were added and set aside to dry.
Once dry, a bit more chunky glitter was added to the cloche and sealed in with glitter and hot glue.
Finally, a ribbon and embellishments were glued to the top. I think they look very chic and festive.
Click on the above picture to see how I did it. Or click here.
Then, play along with us. You've got 12 different Challenges to choose from.
Here are the deets.
To participate along with us:
1. Upload a project to the link below by December 24.
2. Be sure to let us know what day your project was inspired by.
3. TCP products are not required but are encouraged.
4. You may submit for any and all days but only once for each inspiration day.
5. Use #12DaysCrafting22 if uploading to social media.
Prizes include three $10 flash prizes and one $25 grand prize to be announced on December 30.
And to encourage you to use TCP products, we are offering a sale through December 6.