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Sweet Lights…

Are you wondering if there is ever going to be an end to these tree decorations?  I just can’t stop!  This paper is so gorgeous and the ideas are pinging off my brain 24-7.  There are two more decorations and some gift packaging videos for you then I promise I’ll show the tree.  It’s probably going to be anticlimactic at this point.

Here’s today’s tree decoration…

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Oh my these are so cute lite up on the tree…and those clothes pins are perfect for attaching them so they can stay upright.  A package of these little tea lights in the box store is $5.99 for six!  What a bargain.  In another post with a video I’ll show you a fantastic way to package these as gifts and use them in ways other than tree decorations…so be sure to stop by.

Are you interested in the Stuff ‘N Digits to make these little beauties?  Here you go…

Stuff: 

  • Paper:  Crumb Cake cardstock
  • Ink:  VersaMark
  • Stamps:  Wondrous Wreath
  • Tools ‘N Embellishments:  Gold, Pewter and White Embossing Powder, 1/8″ Silver Ribbon, 5/8″ Satin Gold Ribbon, 2014-2016 In Color Clothes Pins, 1 3/8″ circle punch, 1/4″ circle punch and Wondrous Wreath Framelits

Digits:

  • Stamp the Wondrous Wreath on Crumb Cake cardstock with VersaMark and dust with Gold EP, then heat.  Stamp the second Wondrous Wreath over the Gold embossing in VersaMark and dust with Pewter EP then heat.  Using the berry Wondrous Wreath stamp with VersaMark over the gold and silver and dust with White EP then heat.  Gorgeous!
  • With the Wondrous Wreath framelit run through Big Shot.
  • Now I made a second wreath stamping just the first Wondrous Wreath in VersaMark on Crumb Cake and then cut it out.  I place it on the tea light first and position the two wreath so they DO NOT line up.  It creates sort of a shadow effect.  Try it, you’ll like it.
  • Now with the 5/8″ Gold Satin ribbon hot glue it to the tea light side.
  • Slide the two wreath over the top.  The inside leaves will bend upward and help hold it in place.  Tie the 1/8″ silver ribbon in a bow and hot glue to the side of the tea light.
  • Punch a 1/2″ circle in a piece of Crumb Cake cardstock.  Place the 1 3/8″ Punch over the opening and punch again.  You can either hot glue or Tomboy this to the top of the tea light.

Hope you like you little decoration as much as I like mine.  Be sure to come back by for more inspiration with these little lights.

Here is your “B-ism” for today…”Let yourself be drawn by the strange pull of what you love…it will not lead your astray.”

Well, I’m being “pulled” right back into my studio for more tree decoration fun!  Gets me inky…and HaPpY!

 

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