Saturday, November 26, 2011

Christmas Place Marker Tutorial

Hello friends!
Another tutorial to share with you today!
A festive Christmas decoration or a place marker for your table, it's sparkly and cute!


The base is a small wooden spool found at a local craft store.
I inked it with Vintage Photo Distress ink to give it an aged look.

Wrap a piece of ribbon and glue to the spool. Now head out in your yard and pick up a few twigs. Cut one to desired size, I cut mine to be about 9 inches.
Place down in center of spool and glue to adhere.

Cut a couple holly shaped leaves from sheet music and color with green ink.
Cut a 3 inch paper scallop or circle from scrapbook paper and a paper snowflake.

Cut a 1 1/4 x 3 1/2 inch banner shape from pink cardstock.

Glue banner to center of scallop.

Then glue the holly leaves and snowflake to the center of the scallop.

Then add a paper rose to the center. I found a lovely set in sugar kissed colors at Michaels.

Add silver glitter glue around the edges of the banner shape to add more sparkle.

Write names or stamp a Christmas sentiment to the center of the banner.

I used masking tape to attach the twig to the paper scallop.

Glue another scallop to the back to finish off the back.

It makes a great display on the shelf!


Have a lovely day, Lindsey


CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Thanks for another terrific decorating idea and tutorial. You really do keep us informed of all the latest goodies! Have a great weekend.

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Your whole display is so beautiful and I love how you zoom in on something fun and show us how you made it! Thanks Lindsey! ♥

Cindy said...

Such a nice addition to your display! Thanks for the idea, I just might make a few during breaks decorating the house today.

Nan said...

Thanks for this great idea I'm thinking these would make great place holders at a table too.

Avery Hill said...

I love this project-

It's so so so vintage!


~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What fun! You have so many neat ideas! ♥

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Great decorating ideas and tutorials. The screen is so beautiful and I like something fun to zoom in and show us how you did it!

Anonymous said...

Love it - beautiful!

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