I am whooped. My granddaughter's wedding rehearsal was tonight followed by a delicious Italian-style dinner at a restaurant in Sumner. This restaurant makes the best pizza crust and Italian bread! And I'm making the programs for the Thurston/Mason Counties Crisis Clinic 40th Anniversary Celebration. So the information on Marj's two new classes in January, Jenny Ward's instructions on making the bow from scrapbook paper as taught by Sue White at Inchies Club and photos of the wonderful Inchies that were traded at the club meeting will have to wait another day.
From Elizabeth Craft Designs . . .
|"2Sticks Flowers and Circles on Christmas Ornaments. http://|
|We cut the sheet in half first so we can do two different colors of glitter on one sheets. You can also just sprinkle all kind different colors of glitter on one sheet.|
|Remove the protective layer after you cut the sheet in half. If you try to cut after you remove the protective sheet your scissors will get stuck to the sheet.|
|Sprinkle the glitter over the sheet.|
|Brush it off with a soft brush|
|Burnish the glitter into the sheet|
|These are the flowers we did in the same way just another color.|
|Joset decorating the ornaments.|
|Two of the ornaments that are ready. We did choose bright colors but you can also keep it more traditional of course and stick to real 'Christmas' colors.|
|Combination of the circles and the flowers."|
I'll see you tomorrow . . .