Located in Salina, KS
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Wednesday, November 14, 2012
2012 Christmas Projects
Here are some recent Christmas projects I completed. For pricing information and to see everything I have for sale, visit my Homemade Items for Sale facebook page at: Dippity Dot Creations
This first photo is a tree made from old hymn book pages and is attached to a glass candle holder. I used a green color wash on the pages as well as some silver glitter. On the top of the tree is a fabric bow, held on with a pearl pin. The word Noel is cut from chipboard and is painted off white. I added translucent glitter for more bling. This tree looks so much better in person. It is hard to photograph all of the glitz, color, and texture. Sorry, but this item is not able to be shipped. Email me at: email@example.com with questions.
This second photo is of a wood photo/note holder. It is made out of solid wood and is self standing. It is painted black, distressed, and I added decorative paper, twine, and a clothes pin to the front of it. This would make a great gift. I can custom make these in any color and theme that you prefer. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase this holder or to place an order.
This photo is a Joy banner made from chipboard covered with old hymn book pages. I added ink and paint for more texture. The letters are printed on kraft paper and I added an off-white fabric ruffle around each letter and attached them to the pennants. I finished it off with using twine to connect the letters together. These banners can be made with any saying and in whatever colors you would like. To purchase this banner or to place a custom order email me at: email@example.com.
Christmas is right around the corner! These blocks are a fun way to keep track of how many days there are until Christmas. They are solid wood, painted and covered with decorative paper, adding a lot of texture. Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase these countdown blocks or to place a custom order.
This altered kraft box is the perfect size to display anywhere. I used the cracked paint technique, added old book pages, decorative paper, paint and a wood knob to the top of the lid, giving it a finished look and making it easier for removal of the lid. Email me at: email@example.com to purchase this box or to place an order.