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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Fall Leaves Chandelier


I love it when a craft project comes together with supplies you already have on hand.  That’s how my fall chandelier came about; I was looking to add some decorations for Thanksgiving that didn’t require a trip to the store!


Supplies:
Scrapbook paper
Twine
Scissors or a cricut or silhouette machine
Twine







Directions:
If you have a cricut machine, go thru your cartridges for any leaf images. I used my gypsy to pull up several different ones. If you have the silhouette, you can download and cut your leaf images. Otherwise, draw some random leaf shapes (Remember, they don’t have to be perfect! I made this project last year with my three year old and it was adorable with her cut out leaves!) and cut out. Hole punch each of your leaves.   Cut out two-inch sections of twine and loop it through the hole in your leaves.  Tie randomly around chandelier.  That’s it! Easy peasey and makes quite a statement! I just may have to do snowflakes next month!





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