Today I would like to share a couple more projects I created especially for the Charity auction at the scrapbook store where I teach Scrapbook Blessings in Newbury Park, Califronia. Each year they hold a charity auction to raise money for the Wounded Warriors and Navy Relief Funds. I have been busy, busy making special one of a kind projects for the silent and live auction.
These are two more of my projects which were auctioned off. I tell you scrappy people are so generous.
For this project
I used a Tim Holtz shadowbox, Graphic 45 paper Nutcracker Sweet and a little nutcracker I got at Michaels in the $1 section. Much of the paper was leftover pieces and also chipboard pieces from the Nutcracker album and shadowbox classes. It's a great way to use up scraps as you need such little pieces.
Then this past week I made 3 Paper cone wreaths. I found the decorations on the internet.
They are so quick and easy and a great use for scrap paper.
This one was made of approx 24 of 4 inch squares made into cones. For the center I made 5 of 2 inch cones and pinched together to form the center.
I also inked the edges and sprayed with Glimmer Mist to give a gold sheen.
Closeup of center