Sunday, 16 July 2017

The UFO Bauble Decoration




 


 









Good afternoon dear friends,

today i am happy to present you my own version of this paper decoration which i call THE UFO Bauble!

It´s a very simple and quick make and ideal to use up DSP leftovers.
In the pictures above you can see the baubles indoors as well as floating in the wind outside on a tree and either way i think they look gorgeous!
I have also made one that has a slightly different, more oval or teardrop like shape, and you achieve this variation by simply not pushing the paper strips down as much as you do to achieve the flat style.

Another variation would be to crease each strip in the middle, at 3 " and then feed them on the string!

However you prefer it best, it´s just good fun to make and you can make a barbecue garden decoration from it as well as a Christmas tree decoration by simply changing the DSP and colour scheme and by adding different embellishments like a tassel or a bow to just give you an example.

Generally, i think this project is very inviting to get creative so i would love to see your makes in my Facebook group!

Please join my group here if you haven´t done so yet!

Please also subscribe to my blog here and my Youtube channel, and you can watch the tutorial for this cute little project here:



Thanks for dropping by and happy crafting!

JoJo xx
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2 comments:

  1. Another great piece Jojo. I have to put in my order for some jewelry wire and beads. I to order from China on a lot of things. My favorite place to order from out of China is 8 Seasons. Lots and the lots of choices and I find them very reasonable too! Have a great day and enjoy that beautiful countryside you have. I could get lost in it for hours and never accomplish a thing. My view is another building.

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    1. Hi Deborah if you want to use jewelry wire dont forget to order some metal crimps too you will need them to secure your loops!
      Our views are indeed stunning, i live in the North Pennines in the UK , 1500 feet altitude and the views are awesome for sure!

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