Thursday, 12 November 2015

Tree Decoration

Hi Everyone

I have to say I'm sorry it's not a flower this week, but it has been a bitch of a week, sorry!, and have not had  much spare time to do the tutorial I had wanted to do.  I think it would have been easier to do a flower, but I thought this one would be good to do with little munchkins, lots of glue and glitter and something to put on the tree, and everyone would look different and totally individual. I hope you aren't too disappointed.



Cut 2 off each shape.





 Dab each one with glue, and glitter.


Glue the 2 large ones together, and add some thread to hang it.



Curl each flake upwards and layer the first side together using a tiny sticky pad to each flake for dimension, I do use a bit of glue too as I don't think the sticky pad is enough.





The first side should look like this. When it is dry do the same and add to the other side.


You will then end up with a little tree decoration, just add a dazzler for extra bling.

Sorry it's so short. Next week when everything calms down. I will do a flower. Thank you for understanding. X

Big Hugs

Tina XX 


 

17 comments:

  1. Hi Tina, that's really pretty it looks really good. Take Care Melody xXx

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    1. Because you're still up, I thank you Melody X

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  2. Morning Tina, such a pleasant surprise not to see the flowers, not that I don';t like them please don't get me wrong but the snowflakes look gorgeous and something as you say, that the children can get involved in as well. Your a diamond to share it with us.

    Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

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  3. Hi Tina. WOW This is a nice surprise. The snowflake is gorgeous and so simple to do but i would never have thought to use it in this way. They is always another week for a flower. Hoping Clare is on the mend and you have a better weekend. Take care Tina.
    Best Wishes.
    Denise T x

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  4. Hi Tina

    You are a trooper! So much going on with Claire- I do hope she's improving- and you find time to do this for us, it's very much appreciated.

    These are stunning little snowflakes, with no tree and no kids to make them with I'll be leaving mine flat-backed for cards or (somehow) incorporate it into some jewellery making somehow... wonder if the dies will cut shrink plastic?!

    Hugs, T x

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  5. Hi Tina

    Thank you so much for the Snowflake , a lovely idea and i am sure the Munchkins will have a fantastic time making them.
    I do hope things get better for you this week especially for Claire i hope the pain is easing .

    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  6. WOW TIna stunning Sowflake thank you for your tutorial,you do a fabulouse job exspaining even I can understand them HaHa.
    Love & Hug's Lynda xxx

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  7. Hi Tina, so sorry to hear that your daughter isnt well, its so worrying as a Mum isnt it? I love your work and find it very inspiring.Your tutorials are wonderful and so easy to follow, so Im saying please can we have more of anything when time and circumstances permit x

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  8. Hi Tina, so sorry to hear that your daughter isnt well, its so worrying as a Mum isnt it? I love your work and find it very inspiring.Your tutorials are wonderful and so easy to follow, so Im saying please can we have more of anything when time and circumstances permit x

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  9. Hi Tina, hope things are improving for you and your family.
    Your blog and tutorials are brilliant, and I really look forward to them but your family is more important, so do not put yourself under pressure to post. I am sure anyone that follows you will understand if you miss posting
    Wendyx

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  10. Sorry to see that things are difficult for you Tina and I hope things improve very quickly. I love the snowflake tutorial, thank you for taking the time to do it. Pat x

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  11. Hello Tina,
    Thank you for posting when you are having such an awful time. I do hope that it's not Claire who is unwell. I know she has been signed off on the sick, and I do hope her pains are lessening.
    My granddaughters will definitely love making these snowflakes - thank you again.
    love Maureen xxx

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  12. Ooooh these are really pretty Tina. I think i just do them for myself. Might need to use a different set tho I don't have this one :-(

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  13. Hi Tina, thank you for the great tutorial on the snowflake. So so pretty x Hope you're feeling a bit better. Take care xx Love Karen xx

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  14. Hi Tina, I just wanted to say thank you for your wonderful Snowflake tutorial this week. Your snowflakes look so beautiful, glittered and layered up !!!! Thank you, I really love them Tina. They are very pretty. Sue Wilson's snowflakes are beautiful. Unfortunately I still have not yet had the time to get them out of their packaging !!!! I really must get a move on with some Christmas cards. I am well behind this year. Thank you for the inspiration. X x x
    If you fancy a chat over the phone tomorrow evening or during the week sometime just let me know by text and I can phone you. I have missed you Tina !!! Sending you lots of love and big hugs from Tres x x x

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  15. Hi Tina, fabulous snowflakes and to take the time to do any tutorial when life is hectic is very kind of you we all appreciate your hard work so don't get stressed just make sure everyone is well and looked after.
    Nancyd xx

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