Hey y'all! Happy Monday! I hope you are having a fabulous day so far! We have another fun challenge for you at My Craft Spot. This week our challenge is called 'Winter Wonderland' and we are creating projects that use lots of glitter! If you would like to check out my fellow DT's fabulous, glittery projects, go HERE to see the blog. Of course, we would love for you to join us in the challenge!!! See you there! :)
I wanted to share my project with you here on my own blog as well, so here we go. I created an altered project for this week. This tealight candle holder came from Dollar General and was a whopping 30 cents!!! It was originally in an Americana theme. I used winter themed papers and embellishments to alter it for my needs. I thought this would make a cute little gift to send out.
"Cold Hands, Warm Hearts"
Cardstock, Ink: The Paper Studio
Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye
Twine, Crinkle Ribbon, Stamp: My Craft Spot
Stickers: K & Company
Rhinestones: Queen & Co.
Ric Rac Ribbon: Offray
Red Trim: Surplus City
Electronic Cutter: Cricut Expression (Provo Craft)
Software: Cricut Gypsy
Cartridge: Home Decor'
Other: snowman tealight candles, wooden tealight candle holder
Since the challenge is themed around glitter, I used a mixture of glittered patterned paper, glittery rhinestone stickers, glittered snowflake stickers, glittery trim, and glittered tealight candles to bring on the sparkle in my project.
What an adorable stamped image from Kimberly at My Craft Spot.
I used some crinkle ribbon in 'Cranberry' to tie the center tealight candle.
I used a mixture of twine, red trim, and a snowflake sticker to jazz up the sides of my holder.
Aren't these little glittery snowman shaped tealight candles the cutest?!!
Here is the back of my project:
I appreciate you taking a moment to stop by my blog! I hope you will come over to My Craft Spot and join us for this fun challenge! We'd love to see what you can create!