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Pritty winter window decoration


Hello everyone and Happy New Year!
I have a new idea for decorate your windows this winter.
This "snowflakes" are made of toilett paper rolles (nobody will know it ;o)


I have doecorate mine with embossing powders, feathers and parts of the new empossed design papers from WOW!.
Simple cute our a part of the empossed papers and colour it with a stamp pad. Than remove the excess ink - Ready!


Your don´t need much and it´s really not complicated!

FOR THE SNOWFLAKE
*4 emty toilett paper rolles (for one snowflake)
*acrylic paint in white ore any pastel colour of your joice
* a paint brush (for apply the acrylic paint)
* a stapler

FOR THE DECORATION
* Ribbon ore cain for hang it up
* feathers of your joice



Snow and Ice 
for you.
You will find a lot of inspiration for it autside.

If you want too see the tudorial for creat a snowflake. Just klick on Read More!


First you have to paint all 4 toilet paper rolles with acrylic paint and leave it dry.


Make it flat and score it into half just like on the photo.


Than use your stapler for hold it in place.


Do it just like this beetween every score and beetween every roll.


After staple 4 rolles you can close the snowflace and paint the inside of them for hide the staples.


After drying it´s ready for decorate it with embossing powders.

Have fun!

xx

Comments

  1. Hi Bianca,
    Deine Deko aus WC Papier sieht fantastisch aus. Das ist eine gute Idee und Deine Anleitung ist Klasse.
    Liebe Grüße Carmen

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  2. Hi Bianca, love your version of the toilet roll decoration! Did you see my tutorial of October 10th on Kinderknutsels by Creafrea too?? I made a Halloween decoration with the children in my class (I'm a primary school teacher). Here's the link in case you missed it: http://kinderknutselsvancreafrea.blogspot.nl/2012/10/halloween-versiering-van-wc-rolletjes.html
    Happy New Year! Hugs Frea

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    1. Hi Frea!
      The decoration of your childrens is so very cute. Yes, this kind of decoration is so very easy to make it´s perfect for childrens too and suitabel for every occation! xx Bianca

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  3. A very simple, but effective decoration - love your addition of the special edition glitters too :)

    Neil

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