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Tuesday, November 1, 2016


Good morning Friends and Followers!

Welcome to my post for the 2nd Annual Through the Craft

Room Door Celebration Blog Hop which will run until

midnight November 30th with winners announced December 5th.

If you came here from Aly Smede's blog you are
on the right trail! If not, don't forget to go back and check out
the other blogs before mine in the hop!

We have quite a few prizes up for grabs with over a dozen 
very generous sponsors, blog candy on several of the Design
Team Members blogs, including mine, a weekly prize
drawing on the main blog post and a drawing on our
Facebook Page.

Check out this list of sponsors!

Decosses Dynamite Doodles
Prize is three Digi paper sets
This is for everyone who leaves a comment on the TTCRD Blog

DigiStamps4Joy - PRIZE: Two $10.00 Vouchers
Fresh Brewed Designs: two $20.00 vouchers
MHKDesigns: Choice of 3 items from her shop
Morgan Fitzsimon: Three single digi images
Pickled Potpourri: $7.00 Voucher
Repeat Impressions: $25.00 gift voucher
Whimsy Stamps: $20.00 gift voucher
Wink Wink Ink: $15.00 voucher
Denise Anderson-Turley, Close to My Heart Independent Consultant: $25 gift voucher (U.S. only

I have a couple of creations for you today! 

Digistamps4Joy Calendar Freebie

The Quilled Snowflake

Quilled snowflake ornaments are a must have during the holidays 

for your family and friends! This particular snowflake pattern is 

fairly easy and with a little patience, quilling strips and elmers glue 

you could  have a gorgeous keepsake to add to your gift 

giving list! I like to add the Snowflake Poem on a tag along 

with mine. 

Tools: Quilling tool or toothpick, tweezers, template  is nice to have, glue, and quilling paper strips 

First Step: Using your quilling tool whether it is a toothpick, a slotted tool or not you will spin your strip of quilling paper into a circle and make it the 3rd  circle from smallest to largest on your template tool. Shown in photo above, note the circle holes. You will make 18 of this size and after gluing the end down to close the circle you will pinch it on both sides forming what is called a marquise. You start the snowflake by gluing six of the marquise together as shown in photo above.

Second Step: Glue 1 inch strips or little longer can always trim down later. Glue in between marquise shown above.

Third Step: Glue in pairs on the strips till you have used all of the largest sized marquise.

 Should look like photo above.

Fourth Step: Make 12 circles in the 2nd circle from smallest to largest on your template tool. Pinch into marquise shapes. Attach these 12 shapes around in pairs on the strips. Should look like photo below.

Fifth Step: Make 18 of the smallest circle on your template tool. Pinch into marquise shapes. Attach 12 in pairs on strips. Trim the tails if needed and attach remaining 6 marquise onto ends when dry shape as needed.

Thanks for stopping by ... Don't forget to leave a 

comment fora chance to win my BLOG HOP 

CANDY surprise from 

Now on to your next stop which is

 Ann-Marie Johansson's

 Blog. Don't forget to leave some love ... if you 

comment on all the blogs as you visit, you get 

another ticket in the drawing!


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