Sunday, 20 December 2015

Upcycling to make a Christmas Table Centrepiece using SU! Products. Week 12 in the 12 Weeks of Crafty Christmas Makes Series.

Hello and welcome to this, the 12th and final week in my 12 Weeks of Crafty Christmas Makes series. I have really enjoyed designing the projects for this series and making the video tutorials but mostly I hope you have used and enjoyed them as much as I have?
You can see all the other projects in this series HERE.
So, this week I wanted to use some of the Stampin' Up! products I had left after making all of my Christmas cards and make some decorations for my Christmas table.
 I designed these right back around Week 2 of this series but just like last weeks project this kept getting pushed back to accommodate other projects that I thought you might find useful earlier in the series ;-)
 Sadly I have several more projects that I haven't managed to squeeze in. Ah well, there's always next year.... Here's a closer look at the sides of the tins :-)
 And with the faux plants, even I can't kill these! Lol!
And here is the  arrangement on the dining table with my Advent Tags from Week 3 in the background! These became Zoe's advent calendar this year, much to her delight :-)
OK, lets see the video where I share a few tips and tricks for making your own centrepiece...
And one final photo for you today, this takes in one of the honeycomb trees I have hanging from the pom pom trim that's strung up this year between the dining table lights :-) 
I'll share some more of this on Instagram tomorrow ;-)
Well, I really hope you enjoyed this weeks tutorial? I'd love to see what you make for your Christmas table this year, you can add all your crafty your makes on my Facebook Group HERE.
This code is running 'till the end of December and don't forget there are some fab bargains in my SHOP right now too so take a look ;-)
Thanks so much for looking today,
Stampin' Hugs,

1 comment:

  1. These are so clever Sarah Jane! Are you my up-line now? Sorry to ask here, but the link to e-mail you is not working for me (something to do with a missing dll file my end?) and this was the only way I could think to get in touch with you. Thank you so much for my 'happy mail' (unopened until the big day). Please e-mail me so that I will have your e-mail address. Have a wonderful Christmas and a great upcoming New Year! Thanks for the inspiration in 2015, can't wait to see what you come up with in 2016! Hazel xx
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