PLEASE NOTE – this is an instant download E-pattern for PENNY CHRISTMAS TREE a Wool Wall Mat and not a finished mat. Also when you are printing your pages please make sure you do not have the shrink to fit page option selected so your pattern is not altered. WOOL PENNIES !! does anything else really need to be said ?? LOL This is truly a stand-out piece and brings out smiles :) Shown here in a Cream background and a Black background….. The finished mat (without the wire hanger) measures 1….
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Wasnt sure how this would go but after a while got the hang of it. Joined all the ribbons at the top, placing 2 ribbons together for the start of each strand. Used 10 ribbons on my 10ft tree criss cross each ribbon and tie at edges of each diamond pattern. When finished I just pushed excess ribbon under the tree. I ended up with 45 diamonds and chose 3 different decorations
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This eye-catching ornament will be the focal point of your decorations! Insert a wooden skewer into a plastic-foam ball to use as a handle while painting. Paint the ball with gold acrylic paint. Place the skewer in a cup; let dry. Insert 50 toothpicks in the ball, spaced evenly. Brush with crafts glue, being sure to cover ball and sides of toothpicks. Sprinkle glitter onto wet glue, working over a surface that allows you to gather the glitter. Let dry and remove the skewer. /
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Put in 300 degree preheated oven and set the time for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, use skewer or toothpick to gently stir and poke at crayons. Keep doing this every few minutes until melted. Pull out and let sit until fairly set but not hard. Poke a hole big enough to fit a ribbon through with the skewer or toothpick. Make sure the hole goes all the way through.
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