Saturday, December 22, 2012

Greenhouse Gala Bag

Greenhouse Gala Bag Supplies
All supplies Stampin’ Up! unless noted.
• Card stock: Greenhouse Gala DSP
#117167, Whisper White #100730, Early
Espresso #119686
• Accessories: Pear Pizzazz Stitched-Ploy
Ribbon # 119265, Vintage Wallpaper
Embossing Folder #120175, Serif Essentials
Alphabet Die #113464, Scallop Circles #2
Die #113469, Jumbo Eyelet #108431, Early
Espresso Ribbon #119753, Dimensionals
#104430, Scallop Edge Border Punch
#119882, Crop-A-Dile #108362, Craft &
Paper Scissors #108360, Snail Adhesive
#104332, Sticky Strip #104294, Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine #113439, Coaster (non-Stampin’ Up Cutting Measurements
• Greenhouse Gala DSP: 2 pcs @ 8 x 8 - Score at 1/2, 1-1/2, & 2-1/2, turn and score at 1-1/2
• Early Espresso CS: Alphabet
• Whisper White CS: 5-1/2 x 2
• Greenhouse Gala DSP: Scallop Circle Instructions (Please read instructions all the way through before you begin.)
1. Fold both pieces of Greenhouse Gala DSP on all Score Lines.
2. Use Template below for cutting and adhesive instructions.
3. Scallop edges of DSP using Scallop Edge Border Punch.
4. Assemble Greenhouse Gala bag per video instructions.
5. Fold and secure bottom of bag using Sticky Strip.
6. Place adhesive on one side of Whisper White CS and place inside bottom of Bag.
7. Create a template (5-1/2 x 2) from video for punching holes on each side of Bag.
8. Punch holes using Crop-A-Dile and attach Jumbo Eyelets.                                                                     9. Attach Pear Pizzazz Stitched-Poly Ribbon on each side to create handles.
10. Emboss Early Espresso CS using Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder and cut out letter of choice
using Serif Essentials Alphabet.
11. Cover Coaster with Greenhouse Gala DSP and run thru Big Shot Die Cutting Machine with Scallop
Circles #2 Die.
12. Attach Early Espresso letter to Coaster using Snail Adhesive.
13. Punch hole on side of scallop with Crop-A-Dile and attach Jumbo Eyelet.
14. Cut 8” of Early Espresso Ribbon and tie through Jumbo Eyelet.                                                            15. Attach Scallop to Bag using Dimensional s.
16. Your Bag is Complete... Enjoy!  Greenhouse Tote

Lights with lampshades, Lamp shades on a string

                          Lights with lampshades, Lamp shades on a string In plant is currently undergoing real julstuga which hints at Christmas themed becomes more and more. My contribution is this light strand made ​​with plastic cups. The man thought that the color choices were summery, but I would like the loop keeps even after the new year and I therefore chose pastels and much colors.

I was on a training course a while ago. There was the traditional mineral water in plastic cups, and yes, everyone else took them for mugs but I saw immediately that it was really small lampshades. In the true spirit of recycling and with the risk that seem a little crazy, I took care of most use cups, took them home and washed them out. Today I did about all the small lamp shades with fabric and glue.

At work the other day I noticed That the plastic cups for mineral water looked like tiny, tiny lamp shades. I brought home a bunch of Them and started the transformation using glue and fabric.

Draw the cup by rolling it over a piece of paper and draw along the top and bottom. To create a template to use When cutting out the fabric to glue on the plastic cup, place it on a sheet of paper and draw along the top and bottom while rolling it across the paper.

Cut pieces of fabric from the template. I had 16 cups and thus cut out 16 pieces of fabric.

Cut the fabric using the template you just created. I've had 16 cups so I cut

out 16 pieces of fabric.
Glue the pieces of fabric around the cups. I used decoupagelim. Cut / then cut a cross in the bottom of the cup and wooden cups / lamp shades on a light trail.

Glue the fabric onto the cup. Cut a cross at the bottom of the cup so you can slip the lampshades onto the lamps. I use a string with ordinary lights and had no idea Them on for hours with out the cups melting. But if you are worried, use LED lights.

Tie a perfect bow


Monday, December 17, 2012

New! Stampin Up! Slider Incert video