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12:00 am
November 30, -0001


Lisa M. Pace

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Anabelle said:

Can't believe it's over already! I need to do several more projects, too!

Thanks for everything, Lisa. As usual, this was an amazing class.

When is your next one???Wink


Thanks Anabelle… I am trying to figure out if I have enough time to create projects and get a workshop ready for a Spring/Mother's Day workshop. I have a few projects I think would be fun to share.

12:00 am
November 30, -0001


Anabelle

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Can't believe it's over already! I need to do several more projects, too!

Thanks for everything, Lisa. As usual, this was an amazing class.

When is your next one???Wink

12:00 am
November 30, -0001


Lisa M. Pace

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posts 47

leonie said:

That looks lovely Lisa, thank you for a wonderful class, I still have lots of the projects to complete, (life got in the way last week) but I will print them out & complete them soon. Do you do a pdf file at the end of the class? Thanks again.Kiss


Hi Leonie, no I do not do a pdf file at the end of the class. I will be keeping the workshop open until the 15th so you still have time to create your projects. I'm glad you are anjoying the class. Have a great day. Lisa

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November 30, -0001


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That looks lovely Lisa, thank you for a wonderful class, I still have lots of the projects to complete, (life got in the way last week) but I will print them out & complete them soon. Do you do a pdf file at the end of the class? Thanks again.Kiss

12:00 am
November 30, -0001


Lisa M. Pace

Admin

posts 47

I can't believe it… our last project. These two weeks flew by quick. This garland is simple and I think looks great accenting this mirror in our front room. In the afternoon, the sunlight catches the glitter and adds a nice sparkle. You could drape this across a mantle, hutch, entry way and/or door way. There are so many fun ways to display this project. Oh and don't forget… you can make this garland as long as you want.

Heart Garland

Supplies Needed:
Red Glass Glitter
Making Memories Paint (Cranberry) or any red paint that is close the color of your glitter
White Paint
Iridescent or Clear/Pearl Glitter
Elmer's School Glue no run Gel
Strong Adhesive
Maya Road Heart Chipboard Coaster (or use large template provided)
White and Red Seam Binding or Ribbon
Red & White Twine or Red and White Embroidery Floss

Hearts Template

Tools Needed:
Pencil
Paint Brush
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Scissors
Hole Punch
Spoon & Bowl

Instructions:
1. Print hearts template onto computer paper, cut out
2. Trace large template onto chipboard 3 times, cut out using decorative scissors
3. Trace small template onto chipboard 12 times, cut out using straight edge scissors
4. Punch 2 holes on 3 large hearts, one on each side
5. Paint front and back of each large heart and 2 small hearts Cranberry, let dry in between each side
6. Paint front and back of remaining small hearts white, let dry in between each side
7. Using a paint brush, apply glue to front of 3 large painted hearts
8. Hold hearts over bowl, using a spoon sprinkle red glass glitter on top of glue, gently pat down the glitter with your finger, let dry
9. Using a paint brush, apply glue to front of 10 small painted hearts
10. Hold 8 hearts over bowl, using a spoon sprinkle iridescent or clear/pearl glitter on top of glue, hold 2 hearts over a bowl and cover with red glass glitter, gently pat down the glitter with your finger, let dry
11. Cut Red and White Seam Binding to approx. 1 1/2 yards, hold pieces together and tie a knot in the center and then 2 more knots approx. every 7 inches on the left and right of the center knot
12. Cut 3 pieces of Red & White Baker's Twine to approx. 24 inches, thread one strand of Twine through the two holes in each large red heart, tie a bow,
11. Using a strong adhesive adhere one heart by the bow to the center knot and then the 2 others to the left and right of the center knot

Large Red Glass Glitter Heart

12. Cut two pieces of Red & White Baker's Twine to approx. and tie to knot on each end of garland, tie a bow and adhere small red glittered heart to bow using a strong adhesive

Small Red Glass Glittered Heart

13. Cut four pieces of Red & White Baker's Twine to approx. and tie in the center of each knot, adhere iridescent glittered heart to Twine allowing Twine to look as though it is coming out of the bottom of the heart, adhere another iridescent glittered heart to the back. Repeat this step four times

Iridescent Glittered Heart

Attached Hearts


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