It was nice to think about an occasion that we normally celebrate with cooler temperatures. I started a new job a little over a week ago at a law office. One of the tasks I was given was updating the books in the library. When I was finished I had a lot of "pocket parts". Instead of throwing them away I figured out a way to repurpose them. For this project I used: Sizzix Bigz die scalloped circles, Sizzix Big Kick, Glitter Blast Cherry Bomb, cream tulle, Scotch Quick Dry adhesive and the pocket parts.
Now, for the how to part. First I took the pocket parts and cut out LOTS of scalloped circles using the Sizzix Big Kick and scalloped circle Bigz Die (retired from Stampin' Up!). Next, I wadded them up and opened them back up to give them some "body". I then stacked them in groups of five and folded in half. I glued the individual pieces together in each group of five and then glued the groups together until I had the ornament. Using a very long toothpick, I stuffed the ends of the tulle down the middle and tied a bow at the bottom. Next, I took it outside and sprayed with Glitter Blast Cherry Bomb. My mom has a nice red glittery spot in her front lawn right now!
For the next one I'll find a dowel rod or something to hold it with while I glitter it up instead of spraying the tulle.
I hope you enjoyed my repurposed pocket part ornament. Thanks for checking out my project. Please come back tomorrow to see what I've come up with for day two!
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