My country chic christmas ornament and the first annual Home for the Holidays Blog Tour
bought to you by Sondra Lyn at Home! and co-host is Michele from Our Rosey Life. 365 Days of crafts is featuring a Country Chic Christmas Ornament. To view the Christmas Ornament make sure you go all the way through the post.
We are so excited to bring the selection of blogs that have been assembled for this inaugural kick-off. Be sure to check back for each day’s inspirational links! And now for my Country Chic Christmas Ornament
Country Chic Christmas Ornament tools and supplies:
- Wood slices
- AdTech Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks (3 sticks used)
- popsicle stick
- Walnut Hollow Wood burning tool
- scrap fabric
- Jute cording
Instructions for Country Chic Christmas Ornament:
4. Add the fabric scrap scarf
Now on to the fun part – the wood burning. Use caution when using the wood burning tool. I use pliers to change the hot stamp tips to be extra safe.
I used a small circle stamp for the mouth, and a larger circle stamp for the eyes and buttons. Then a wedge shape to create the carrot nose. I hope you have enjoyed my Country Chic Christmas Ornament.
Here is the line-up for the week:
Monday – Gifts and Wrapping
Tuesday – Trees and Decor- Part I
Wednesday – Crafts
Thursday – Recipes and Tablescapes
Friday – Trees and Decor- Part II
Each day you will see new links added for that day’s featured topic. So let’s get started! Enjoy!!
Home for the Holidays
Monday ~ Gifts and Wrapping
Wednesday ~ Crafts
If you have not browsed the site these last few weeks, you might want to. I have gone on a wood burning kick lately. I used to love doing it as a child. I think I got my first kit in 5th or 6th grade and they were little wood planks with images drawn on them that you traced with the wood burning tool. The smell of the burnt wood always made me happy. It was like being back in summer camp. My skills have come a long way since the early 80’s. Or, well at least I think so. LOL