Saturday, November 18, 2017

Chimney block

                                     Chimney Block





Material List:
Wood Block
Creamacoat Red and Grey paint
Red craft foam sheet
Black Craft foam sheet
½” white pompom
Snow drape


Paint the block red. 2 coats let dry between the coats
Paint the lines onto the block to form brick shapes with the grey paint

















Trace and cut out the boots for Santa’s legs. 2-red 2-black
Cut off half of the black leg, and then glue over the red boot.
Glue the pompoms over the end of the black part of the boot.














Cut the snow drape to go around the top of the block. 1 1/2” inches wide.
Glue the legs to the back of the block, then glue the snow drape around the top of the block



   









                                                       Joy @ Hilo Ben Franklin

Monday, November 13, 2017

Let It Snow!

Hey Monday Magic Makers!
Today's project is super easy! I love love love this new 'Snow' detailer gel we have this holiday season! As soon as I saw it, I wanted to test it out! The thickness of the paste inside the tube allows for tiny detail work without dripping. 


You can use the Snow paste tube to do writing, or designs on glass! You only need a few supplies!

Supplies:
Any size glass vase
Snow Writer
Krylon Sea Glass Spray in 'ice' color 
rubbing alcohol / cloth or paper towel



 First wipe down your glass vase with rubbing alcohol in order to clean it of any smudges or dirt. Then use your Snow writer and by squeezing the tube, make designs or write your favorite holiday Christmas quote! The thicker your lines, the longer it will take to dry. Minimum dry time is 1 hour.



 As it dries, the texture is still smooth, but takes on a snow-like appearance!

Then with your Seaglass Spray, apply the spray to the glass in thin layers for maximum translucency, or concentrate sprayed area to the bottom of your vase for that chilled frosty appearance! 

Have fun and happy crafting!

Bethany @Enchanted Lake


 

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Pool Noodle Pumpkin

                 Pool Noodle Pumpkin

Material List:
-        Pool Noodle
-        Saw
-        Wire Cutter
-        Garland  885827268846
-        Spray adhesive
-        Raffia
-        Green Twine
-        Twigs
-        Ceramcoat White Paint
-        Jingle Bell
-        White, Green and Gold Glitter
-        Round Sponge Brush
-        Small styrofoam foam ball
 
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       use the saw to cut the noodle into 5 inch pieces
-        Use the Sponge brush to make circles in the noodle pieces and Glitter with white glitter while it is wet. Let dry














-        Saw the twig into 2 inch pieces







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   Take you garland and cut off the leaves. spray with the adhesive, sprinkle with the 
g   green and gold glitter  





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Glue the styrofoam ball into the middle of the noodle. Push it down into it for a little







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    Take the twig and hot glue it to the top of the ball inside of the noodle




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      Take the raffia and the twine and make a bow

















     Hot glue the leaves on the top the bow you made in the front og the twig
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                   Then glue the Jingle bell onto the bow
      This will make a great center piece for all

                                                                     Hilo Ben Franklin