Tuesday, December 13

Let It Snow

For many years I've been intending to experiment with cutting felt or fabric with metal dies, and I'm happy to report that I have finally achieved my goal! These snowflakes are made from white felt, heavy thread, beads and kindy glitz. The thread is a couple of feet long so the snowflakes can be hung from the ceiling to make a beautiful snowy display.



This is how they looked pre-construction.


15 comments:

  1. Amazing, beautiful Snowstars you heve created!!
    xx Wilma

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  2. Oh wow they look amazing!
    Xoxo Olga

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  3. great idea and stunning decoration!

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  4. Wow....very impressive....surprise you were able to get the great lines and detail. Now I must try

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  5. Well done...they turned out really nice....your die cut the felt pretty good.....tfs

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  6. Beautiful result Beccy!
    xxx Margreet

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  7. Stunning result Beccy!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  8. Wow they cut amazingly what die did you use. I saw a spray on TV that you could use on fabric that made the fabric work like paper in dies.

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    1. Think it was called material magic

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    2. Hi Aunty Sue. It was an Intricutz die, but I'm pretty sure most of them would work.
      Thanks for the tip about Material Magic, I'll have a look for it next time I'm at the craft store... sounds interesting.
      Cheers,
      Beccy

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  9. BEAUTIFUL!
    I have only cut felt once before, to make a poinsettia for a chalkboard style card => THANK YOU for the INSPIRATION, I NEED to try it again :)

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