Thursday, 6 November 2008

Square Scallop Punch Christmas Decoration

This was the little bonus project for the last Christmas class - we only touched on it briefly towards the end so I thought I would post the tutorial online.

Step 1: Punch out 6 squares using the square scallop punch - I am using a sheet from the Too Cute designed series paper.

Step 2
Fold over each corner as shown

Step 3
Do the same on all 6 scalloped squares


Step 4
Glue the folded bits together as shown on 5 of the squares (I used the Tombow Multi glue - loving this! Now my glue of choice :) Step 6
Before you add the last square either thread a hat pin from the pretties kit through your cube diagonally, or a piece of silver or gold elastic cord.

Step 7
Add the final side and attach a small piece of gingham ribbon for decoration.


You can combine more than one for a large decoration - I also used the circle punch to make a round decoration.

5 comments:

Joanne said...

Love this Maggie! Thanks for the idea.

Taniaj said...

great Idea Maggie Tx

Kate Lewis said...

thank you, this is a great idea! Kate x

Anonymous said...

hi maggie,
thats realy a cute ornament, thank you
Melium

Micah said...

Great project..! That is really a cute and adorable Christmas ornament.

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