Saturday, October 22, 2016

WHITE CHRISTMAS - DAY 7 - From Our House To Yours

Hi and welcome to the DAY 7 of WHITE CHRISTMAS tutorial series!

Today's project is a Holiday bunting with lovely snowy scene. As it has lots of tiny details it is going to look best somewhere you can have a closer look at it, so it's great for decorating the work space, for instance. It is also perfectly suitable for mailing in an envelope.

Below are some close up photos and a VIDEO TUTORIAL:






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14 comments:

  1. So adorable, and what a fantastic idea for a banner - very clever!

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  2. I really am enjoying ALL of your videos & paper creations, your style is fabulous. You obviously have the same passion for dies that I do. I really love creating cards with all the dies I have & it seems the smaller they are, the more I enjoy them. Can you tell me what type of glue you use in your tiny fine tip bottle? I have been using the Ranger multi medium matte. kind of a hassle clearing the tip & filling the bottle. SO glad I found your site . Thanks for sharing your passion & talent :o]
    Lynn

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    1. Thank you Violet! I am using an ordinary PVA glue (white glue) which seems to be just the right consistency (not too thick and easy to squeeze out).

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  3. I love these tiny dies used on tags. The banner is great and so fun to see that car laden with gifts. I want to do this for tags on my packages. Thanks for sharing. Your ideas are just fantastic. I'm wondering, too, what white glue that is and do you keep refilling the little bottle?

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  4. Hi Olga, I just love your tutorial and projects. So beautiful. thank your sharing. I just ordered the little glue bottles.

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  5. Another incredible project....great job!!! Jan D., Florida, USA

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  6. Your house is going to look amazing filled with all of these wonderful creations, Olga.
    Great colour scheme :)

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  7. So beautiful--love your work!

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    1. I am using texture paste by Fabrika Decoru (Ukrainian producer), but absolutely any white texture paste/embossing paste will do - they are all doing the same job.

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    3. Thank you, I love all your tutorials.

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  9. What is the name of texture paste? Love your work. Thank you.

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