I hope ALL of you are having a wonderful weekend!
I usually post during the week but to be honest
this week has been a little busy:).
I do a have a good excuse though….
I have been getting my home ready for
and filling holiday orders:)!
At the end of this post will be the FULL line up for this year
(which starts TOMORROW)
the link so you can check out
So I apologize for being a little slow in posting the rest of my
Recycled Christmas Projects.
Here is #5…..
See this black tool,
this is what you will need
to make your inset details.
It is a very large hole puncher that you can find at any
This is my helper Shane,
I think it is a little too early for making crafts but….
he is a sport:).
This is a great holiday craft for kids,
they can use any paper, lighter is better
and embellish with different details they would like.
WHAT YOU NEED
& glue gun and that black tool above.
I used the glue gun to glue the sides together.
For a kid’s project a glue stick is fine:).
Then glued all sides together.
I also used a Distress Ink Pad to age the ends.
Ok, on to the Housewalk details:)!!!
It begins tomorrow so don’t miss it!
All of these homes will have amazing holiday
And my home will be on Wednesday!!!
Here is the link to
(click the picture)
I hope to see you there!
Have a great Sunday!
What a great ornament idea! I can’t wait to see you home decked out for the holidays, I know it will be beautiful!
Have a great day,
oh I love these, thanks for the how-to!
Love these Jen! Perfect to get the little elves involved with! So excited about the house walk – glad to be in it with you!
Ah, child labor…my favorite kind. Very green, and really cute. I can’t wait to see you home on the tour.
Great tutorial! Can’t wait to see you on the tour!!
Those are so pretty! Can’t wait to see your beautiful home decorated for the holidays.
Glad to see I will be able to put my boys to work when they are a little older…. 😉
I’m really excited to see the housewalk, will definetly stop back by for the tour!
i love this jennifer! it is so great how you got your boys involved too! mine love doing crafts; this will be a great one to try with them!
Beautiful home…great inspirational ideas. I think I might need to try this craft with my 4 year old.. she’d love it.
The ornaments are so pretty! I like the neutrals .. perfect backdrop for all those holiday colors. Your house looks so festive!
Just wanted you to know I included this project on a board I curated for Hometalk. My blog post about the board will go live tomorrow evening.
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