Christmas in July - Paper Chain Tutorial
Merry Christmas everyone!
"What's that?" you ask? "Isn't this only July?"
Well yes it is. But all last week we were celebrating Christmas in July - highlighting our new holiday paper collection "Festive".
I had so much fun celebrating, that I couldn't stop! So I went a little crazy and created a "festive" paper chain. And because I was having so much fun with that, I made a video tutorial to help you get in the Christmas-in-July-spirit!
~ materials ~
Festive Collection - Authentique
Garnet and Peridot Glitter - Martha Stewart Crafts
Tiny Attacher - Tim Holtz Idea-ology
I like the silent movie style of the tutorial. Great for those times when you want the instructions but have to keep the volume down...like when you're at a crop.ReplyDelete
I love that it's pretty glitter contained (as much as one can contain glitter) and perfect for kids on a snowy/bad weather day!ReplyDelete
I really love your chain Janeen! You are a smarty crafter...love your style!ReplyDelete
Grear chain and so fun. What a great kids project.ReplyDelete
Love it! Thanks so much for the tutorial! Love the Festive line!!ReplyDelete
The glitter was such a great addition that I have never thought of. Thanks.ReplyDelete
A perfect way to have Holiday fun with my grand-kids this year! Thanks!!!ReplyDelete
wow havent made a chain since elementary school! Now have the inspiration to do it and use up all that extra xmas scrap paper from card making last year....great idea with the glittered edges!! maria in calgary ab canadaReplyDelete
Love the tutorial for your clever paper chain - thanks so much for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
What a Super coo Idea. love the Tutorial on how you made them. love this and kids would love it. but I was thinking of making some a while ago so know I see it isn't hard i will have to do this. Love the Line of papers. thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.ReplyDelete
Love the chain for the tree. Looks fantastic!ReplyDelete
Can't wait to get my hands on some Festive! Would love to get a head start on my Christmas Cards, now.ReplyDelete
A great way to show this lovely collection.ReplyDelete
I love the mixed papers and sizes. Loving the idea for my tree this year. Cannot wait to get some of your Christmas paper. The kids will love this. Pinky2ReplyDelete
This Festive paper is gorgeous and looks wonderful mixed and matched on your paper chain. I can't imagine how much time and how many staples you went through, but it was worth it!ReplyDelete
Wow! I haven't made a paper chain for a Christmas tree since I was a child! This is so cute and would be a wonderful project for my granddaughters to help me with! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete