Monday, March 12, 2012

Timeless Twine Design Team Day AND Mickey and Friends Monday!!!

Hi Everybody!
Today is a great day, because not only is it my Timeless Twine Design Team day.....


it's also Mickey and Friends Monday here on my blog!  





So the project I have to share with you today is doing double duty :O)  Here are the details for my crafty creation:


*Elmo Party Cricut cartridge = hat and hat layer (blue)
*Jaded Blossom = Miscellaneous Fun set
*patterned paper from my stash
*Stickles in various colors
*white ink
*white gel pen for detailing




*Using them Elmo Party cart, I cut the hat, and blue layer.

*I absolutely love that there are so many different colors of twine to choose from!  I was able to make this colorful pom pom for the top of my party hat really pop with all the different colors :O)



*To make the top pom pom, I took all five colors at once and made a bow with them using my Unity Bow maker.

*Then I just cut the ends of each side of the bow.

*I wanted it a little fuller, so I folded both ends of the bow together, and spread them out a little bit.

*For the pom pom that's in front, I again made a bow, and just cut the ends.

*I did use a little bit of hairspray for this "photo shoot" to keep all the ends where I wanted them :)



*To attach them to the party hat, I used a 3D pop dot (these are thicker and "beef-ier").



*I stamped the sentiment on the hat layer, and added some detailing with a white gel pen.

*Then I added a dot of Stickles in the middle of each dot on the patterned paper.  I also added some to the bottom layer.


Isn't that such a cute sparkly hat?!  Other than the drying time for the Stickles, these don't take long to make at all.  TFL, and have a twine-tastic and Magical Monday!!

3 comments:

  1. Jenny, that is so FUN!!!! I *love* how you used the twine -so many wonderful colours! What a fabulous project! :)
    Nita

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  2. Such a fun idea!!
    TFS!
    Beverly
    jordanbev5@yahoo.com
    www.beverlyjordan.blogspot.com

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