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- Challenges are posted every Wednesday
- You may combine this challenge with others
- You can use any products or stamps (you aren't restricted to just using Pixie Cottage, although we would love to see how you use our products too!)
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- Entries due by midnight (EST) on the Tuesday night before the next challenge
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Dec 10, 2011

The Pixie Cottage's Saturday Tutorial


CHRISTMAS PLACE CARD HOLDER

Supplies needed
Bazzil cardstock, patterned paper,
compass, paper trimmer, glue.


STEP ONE
Draw a circle of 10 cm ( 3.9 inches)  in diameter and cut it


STEP TWO
Cut out a corner like in the picture below.


STEP THREE
Create a cone.


STEP FOUR
Cut many strips of paper 1 cm (0.4 inches)  wide and 5 cm ( 2 inches) long.


STEP FIVE
Put glue on the tip of the paper strip as shown below.


STEP SIX
Fold the strip of paper in half.


STEP SEVEN
Attach the folded strips to the cone with glue. As seen below.




When all the strips are attached to the cone it should look like the below image.


STEP EIGHT
Choose your stamp and paint it. I chose to use the new gorgeous stamp "Not Even a Mouse" by Alisa Ramirez.

STEP NINE
Cut out and place the painted image on the top of the tree for Christmas, and below the image put the name of the person who will sit in that place.

This is my finished Place Card Holder.


Have a wonderful Saturday, and hope you come back on December 24 for the tutorial by Tanya but meanwhile you can play along with the current Pixie Cottage Challenges.


XOXOXO by Francy

6 comments:

Heather Perreaux said...

What a super and cute idea! Thanks for the tutorial.

Riet said...

This is so beautiful.

Hugs Riet.xx

Michelle said...

This is just adorable, love it!

Sandra H. said...

Awwww, this is soooo cute!!!

Francy said...

Thank you very much, I'm very happy that this tutorial like to you. I hope to see your works with this tutorial.
Francy

Beckie said...

WOW. Gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial.

BE Blessed, BEckie

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