Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Ho Ho Ho Hanger

Here's Project #12: the last project for the Holidays that was my first stamp camp. This project was previously posted November 11 "Ho Ho Ho". One of the changed made was to use the Clear Scallop Square Big Shot die instead of the round one. Each person made their banner unique with their own style..........it was so nice to see. Finished project measures 4-1/2" x 20-1/2". This can be used year after year.

Here are the pieces cut to make this banner:
(3) Scallop Squares. One each in Chocolate Chip, Real Red, and Old Olive.
(3) 3-3/4" x 3-3/4" Merry Moments DSP
(3) "HO"s . One each on Chocolate Chip, Real Red, and Old Olive
(4) Large Ovals in Old Olive, scored in half
(6) 1/2" circle punched Real Red
(6) 1/4" circle Punched Crushed Curry
(2) Jumbo Punched Snowflake in Very Vanilla
(1) 1-1/4" wide cut 24" long Striped Chocolate Chip Ribbon

Position the DSP in any color combo as you wish along with the HO HO HO - some of my guests mixed the "H" and "O".........great idea! Adhere and proceed to the next step.

Making those Berry leaves may be the most difficult: After scoring lengthwise the oval, start to trim the leaves with sharp scissors.

Use a white gel pen to add some personality to the poinsettias, berries, and leaves.
Secure the panels to the striped grosgrain ribbon using sticky tape. Your project is complete.
  • Stamps: none
  • CS: Real Red, Chocolate Chip Old Olive, Very Vanilla, Crushed Curry
  • Ink: none
  • Accys: Big Shot Clear Scallop Square Die, Big Shot Serif Essentials Alphabet Die, Jumbo Snowflake Punch, 5 Petal Punch, ½” Circle Punch, ¼” Circle Punch, Oval Punch, 1-1/4” Chocolate Chip Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Mini Glue Dots, Sticky Tape, White Gel Pen, Pewter Jumbo Eyelet, Crop-o-dile, Dimensionals

Thank you for following the 12 projects I had to offer. It was quite an undertaking and a great experience. I am hoping to be able to offer more future stamp camp projects soon.

1 comment:

Carolina said...

What an adorable hanger!!! Such a beautiful project for Christmas - TFS! Hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas!