Today I propose you paper lanterns for your party! These are super simple to make and as you can see have a beautiful visual impact.
Paper lanterns for party? Why not? A simple and striking way to decorate the table and rooms of your home! As you can see below, these may look like metal, but they are simply strips of paper!
You will only need a few materials to create them, but can you make them beautiful only if you use BoBunny supplies! ^__^
Paper in lovely coordinating colors, adhesive or tape. I have made so many cuts with different patterns and colors and here you can see the finished project, the beautiful latnerns and they are all different! teh best part is they are nice home decor during the day and transform into mood lights in the evening. All you need is a tealight or a flameless candle and you have the perfect craft!
Do you like my lanterns? I hope so and I hope I've given you an original idea to make special your parties!
Today I wanted to show you some sweet cards I created using the Winter Wishes collection. The beautifully vintage style is perfect for layering your layouts and cards.
This pop up card is layered with Noteworthy, layered chipboard and foil vellum pieces creating a beautiful vintage cluster.
This card has a layover of a thin acetate like material great for use with Stickable Stencils and Pentart Glass Paint. You can see the subtlety of the design on the clear where I applied in pink. These shades can be mixed a bit too to give you varied effects.
Pentart Glass Paint is transparent and super easy to use! You can be assured that and will stay put nicely on your projects.
Handmade cards are always so nice to send to special friends and so well appreciated. Sending a physical card is almost a "lost art" and means so much more!
Emmy here today with a brand new layout to share. Today's assignment was to combine the lovely Winter Wishes collection from BoBunny with Pentart Glass Paint. And here is what I came up with:
I used Icicles pattern paper for my background. To create the silver dimensional layer I used a Stickable Stencil and Silver Glitter Paste. I always adore the effects of the paste and it works seamlessly with these stencils.
I die cut different winter images from a sheet of acetate and used Pentart Glass Paint to colour them. I added first a layer of Blue paint and when it was dry I added a second layer of Carmin paint on top. That is how it looks somewhat marbled and multicolored. I really like this technique with the glass paint. It allows me to add color and interest to the page while not adding busy-ness
Then I decorated my layout using die cut and fussy cut images from Noteworthy and other Winter Wishes pattern papers.