Happy Day After Christmas! I hope you all are enjoying the bliss of the holiday after-glow! It has been a whirl wind, but I loved watching my kids in the magic of it all!
Today I am going to share a project I made for a project for the decorations for the new Sandy Hook Elementary School. The goal is to get crafters to make snowflakes and mail it to them so they can use it for the Winter Wonderland theme they are going to use. Click HERE for all the details.
I found a simple Silhouette image and cut it out at around 5 inches on chipboard. I then punched a hole at the top of one point with my Crop-A-Dial. After that I applied Glastique Matte and then dusted with Piccolo Pure Sparkle Silver Glitter. I shook off the excess and repeated on the opposite side once dry.
I ran some ribbon through the hole and packaged it up and sent it out to be part of the many that will hang to greet the students that endured so much just two weeks ago. My prayers are with them, their families, the community and those that were directly effected by the tragedy.
To check out more about the glitter used in this project, please head over to Globecraft & Piccolo’s blog to see my product highlight.
Thanks for sharing a piece of “there is no snowflake alike” pie with me.
Beautiful! How’d the cameo do cutting out chipboard ? My expression always sounded like it was having a heart attack when I tried…Ha! 🙂
Beautiful snowflake and for such a lovely purpose.
This is stunning Arin, wow so beautiful. TFS and have a great rest of the week.
Terrific snowflake I love all that sparkle…….really going to need to place an order with this company!!!
Love this snowflake. Love that you showed the technique. Imagine the possibilities. Like Missy, going to have to check them out!
This is really a quick-and-easy holiday project. The dough can be cut into a variety of shapes and decorated in a number of ways. They would make great little gift tags on packages, too!