October 29, 2015

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE KIDS BLOG HOP day3

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IT'S ALL ABOUT THE KIDS
  BLOG HOP

JOIN US EACH DAY, OCT. 27-30 FOR SOME CHILD LIKE FUN. WE'LL HAVE  TUTORIALS AND DT INSPIRATION. THERE WILL BE PRIZES FOR LEAVING COMMENTS ON THE DESIGN TEAM'S BLOGS AND PRIZES FOR TRYING OUR TUTORIALS.  YOU WILL HAVE 2 WEEKS TO ADD YOUR PROJECT to the OCT 30 POST FOR US TO SEE SO THERE IS NO EXCUSE NOT TO JOIN IN THE FUN. 

Tutorials
OCT. 27- GIFT CARD HOLDER by Vickie
OCT. 29- A BABY GARLAND by Sandy

Let's get started !!

Hi everyone, I have a fun and easy Paper Garland tutorial for you today for the 
MFP Stamp Shop Blog Hop.

Baby Garland
 By Sandy Hentzel

Items needed:
MFPStamp Set
Momento Black Ink
Circle Punch
Coloring medium for images
(I used Prismacolor Pencils)
Glue
String/Ribbon/Cording/Twine
Plain Gift Bag


Step 1
Punch out your circles.
You will need to double them so if you are doing a banner
with 3 decorative circles,
then you will need 6 punched out.

Step 2
Stamp your images and Color. My preference is Momento Ink and Pencils,
but this is totally up to you on how you
want to decorate your garland circles


Step 3
Cut off a piece of the ribbon or cord that you are going to use.
 I used this Paper Cord that I received from MFPS.
You want at least 12 inches to play with.

Step 4
Line up your circles. Blank ones can go at the bottom.
Lay your cord over top.

Step 5
Place the glue in center of the bottom circle
and then place the decorated one on top.


Optional:
I punched out 5 scalloped ovals to place behind the circles
 to add more decorative interest.


Step 6
Poke a hole through the top corners of the gift bag
 (bag purchased at dollar store)
using a paper piercer, hook or hole punch

Step 7
Look cording through the wholes and knot. Then cut off the extra.
This can be as long or as short as you want.

Final Bag!!! There you go, all done
and you totally personalized your bag to fit the shower theme.


Best part is this garland can be for any holiday or event. And you can even make it vertical to a make a decorative hanging like I did these snow flakes for my daughter's Frozen Party.

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial on a very easy project.

Next up is Shirley

Here's the Design Team
Enjoy the Hop. Come back each day for more Kiddo fun. We hope to inspire you to start your own Kids projects.  Get to work on the tutorials, show us what you made by Nov. 13 and check back on Nov. 14, 2015 to see if you are a winner. 



Please Hop along with us!! 
 You could win one of the MFP Stamp Shop Child related STAMP SETS Just comment on the following blogs ( don't forget this one ) each day for more chances to win! ( You do NOT need to comment on on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly.) Try one of the tutorials shown during the Hop and add your photo to the Inlinkz at the bottom of the post. The winners will be announced on Nov. 14, 2015 right here on the MFP Stamp Shop Blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. ( HINT: The more you comment the more chances you have to win. And comments on the MFP blog count twice. ) The deadline for commenting and posting pics of your projects is Friday Nov. 13, 2015 at 10:00 PM EST.
I hope your enjoyed today's project too. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. 
Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!
Sandy Hentzel

10 comments :

wannabcre8tive said... [Reply]

Very cute and so creative.

Bad Kitty said... [Reply]

great ideas
thank you for sharing!

Kren Kurts said... [Reply]

Great project idea! I love it!

Karen (TLgirl353) said... [Reply]

I love the way you decorated the gift bag--so clever!

Lois said... [Reply]

What a pretty way to decocrage a gift bag! Thanks for the tutorial.

Jane said... [Reply]

This is adorable! I will have to give this a try. Thanks for the great tutorial!

Vickie Y said... [Reply]

Adorable garland and great way to embellish a gift bag.

Pam Tiedtke, or Pammie Lou said... [Reply]

Such a cute idea!!

Terri Winske said... [Reply]

Thank you for the nice instructions for yr garland tutorial. I can see using this over and over again!

ionabunny said... [Reply]

Very pretty garland and great tutorial. Hugz

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