Sunday 5 December 2010

    A little 1950s red dress for Christmas

     

    Put some red into your Christmas

    A bold classic, red is a colour to get noticed in, a powerful, motivating, happy colour; a colour to turn heads. The colour of fire and blood, of energy, danger, strength and power, passion, desire and love. In India it represents marriage, while in China it represents luck and happiness.

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    Sunday 5 December 2010

    Christmas Carousel Countdown {20 days}

     


    More Paper Boat Press and other festive decorations
    from a Christmas spread in Australian Home Beautiful.

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    Friday 3 December 2010

    Christmas Carousel Countdown {22 days}

     

    Its time to start making those christmas cards again.

    Are you in a glittery mood this year?

    Start with a double white card and use a light pencil and trace a pattern or a motif.
    Use regular craft glue, and a brush to paint the glue inside the motif.
    Sprinkle with glitter and let dry.

    Hint: The best glitter is the german glass glitter that you buy at Tinsel Trading in NYC.
    They will send all over the world.

    You now have a beautiful sparkly card.

    The tree card is made with a double white card,

    rick rack ribbon cut into different sizes so that when you put then together they look like a tree.
    use a sewing machine and sew threw the card and the ribbon as a trunk.

    {Images by Alexandra Grablewski via Sweet Paul}

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    Thursday 2 December 2010

    The silly season has begun!

     

    {Image via Sweet Paul}

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