Monday, December 5, 2011

Pinecone Class -- Monday, Dec. 19, 6:00pm, $20
































Wouldn't these pinecones look beautiful hanging from the garland inside the house or hanging from an ornament on the tree?


You need a large stylus to make these as you will be rolling each petal to add dimension to it before adhering it to the base. You can make a large pinecone or a smaller one. They can also be made two back to back as an ornament to hang on your tree.


Materials you will need are: a large to medium ball stylus, roller adhesive, liquid glue or 1/4 inch two sided tape or Glossy Accents, tweezers, full sized pair of scissors with long blades, and a non-stick craft mat if you have one or a piece of scrap paper to work on.


We will be learning how to make the pinecones doublesided, so you will make two pinecones put together to be used as an ornament or to be hung on garland, or you can keep them separate and have two single ones to put on a card. Reserve your spot by Friday, Dec. 16 please by emailing me at anngreenspan@gmail.com.




















I'd love to squeeze this class in before Christmas in case anyone wants to learn how to make these to use around their house or to put on their cards..................so I will offer

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