Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Spring Ornament to Brighten up the season

Ornaments are not just for Christmas, in my opinion! This DIY feather ornament is bright and fun and made with Mod-hodgepodge. It’s so simple!
ornaments – not just for Christmas any more, my friends! Ornaments can be hung around the house at any time of the year, or used for the decoration of mantle . . . or whatever floats your boat.
this spring, ornament project is so easy, that even children can participate, as well. I can imagine a tree of this in a ton of colors. Whee! To see more on how I managed that.
feather Ornament
Collect These Supplies

papier-mâché ornament
FolkArt acrylic paint – Calypso sky
Mod hodgepodge gloss
fuel – the scraps to make the flowers
Die cut to shape machine or something (I use a Sizzix Big Shot)
craft glue

It’s a good idea to prepare fabric to run through the die cutter. For the preparation of the tissue on a non-stick surface, color, and a medium layer of Mod-hodgepodge on. You do this with all the fabric you are using (makes it easier for the Mod-smorgasbord as well!) Allow it to dry.
, While the fabric is drying, paint the ornaments with several layers of blue color. Let dry.
Cut your fabric into shapes, either with a punch or by pressure clip-art and use it as a template. I used the punch for my flower tops, but I cut the stalks by the free of charge.
Plan your design and Mod-pick-and-mix to form the fabric to the ornament. These forms are so small that you can dry Mod smorgasbord at the climax, without the long wait for the fabric to.
I Mod Podged the stems, the ornament, the cross and the cross on the ground. Let dry.
of the ornaments to Give a few more layers of Mod-smorgasbord and let it dry.
Add buttons to the centers of the flowers with craft glue. And as you can see, I have this all in my pajamas! All in a hard day’s work, my friends.
Enjoy your fun in the spring, ornament, and make like, a hundred more.

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