2nd Candle And Flowers Decoration

2nd Floral Decoration With Candle

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I still had one candle left from the pack of three I’d bought a while ago. (The largest having been used for this project – here, and the middle sized one used for this project – here).

I decided I might as well make a display to put it on immediately, before all my faux flowers and foliage were put away in the garage to make more room in the house before Christmas.

What I Did

As the candle I had left was the smallest of the pack I went for a smaller display this time.  I chose a small round box I’d had some chocolate truffles in.  To prevent having a step line half way down I took the top off and turned the box base upsidedown.

I used red cardstock to cover the box, makeing the strips taller than the box and scoreing and cutting at the top to allow for bending the cardstock over before attaching using red liner tape to tge side of the box and using glue to stick down the flaps and sticking on a circle.

A small ring of cardstock was then attached to the top to make a recess to put the candle into.

For this project I used pre-made flowers that I bought a while ago, rather than constructing my own.  These had a flat back rather than the stem support that comes out of the back of the fabric flowers I construct myself.

I stuck some flowers, spaced out, along the base using a hot glue gun – I wanted the red to be visible rather than cover the base completely.

I then put flowers and foliage on the top, makeing sure I kept the candle recess clear.

What I Used

I include links for things that I could find still available at the time of writing this blog post, though some were seasonal items onky available for a short while.  I make no guarantees that the links will still be working when you read this.

The Finished Decoration

Top view of decoration.

Side view of decoration.

Candle lit up – though it doesn’t show up well – lots of different angles.

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Candle And Flowers Decoration

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Floral Decoration With Candle

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When I was makeing some floral wreathes with faux flowers and leaves (I’ll get a blog post up about them before too long I hope), I decided to make extra flowers up and use them to decorate a table decoration with a candle in the middle.

What I Did

For today’s I made up the flowers from a kit of fabric flower layers.  These are quite easy to make as the fabric flower layers come pre-cut and coloured, although you can colour white layers yourself in any colour you want, or add shading, glitter, etc., to any pre-coloured layer.  The kit also comes with a tool which you use to hold and build the flower on.  Included are a central post for building the flowers, as well as internal supports and a piece to finish off the flowers.  For this project I just made up plain red and white carnation style flowers.

The base of my decoration are an oval plank and circle with pre-drilled holes that the post from the flowers can go into.  I used some leaf clusters left over from the wreaf makeing which the flower posts could go through, as well as using various other faux greenery.  These were stuck in place using glue gel.

Before sticking everything in place I made a circle out of red cardstock, scoreing and cutting into the scoreline, which was stuck to the centre of the plaque to hold the candle in place and make sure I didn’t over fill the centre of the decoration with foliage.

What I Used

Most of the things I used were only available for a short time as they are seasonal items, so no links available for all of them, but I include links for things that I could find still available at the time of writing this blog post.  I make no guarantees that the links will still be working when you read this.

The Finished Decoration

Closeup of some of the flowers and foliage.

Top view of decoration.

Side view of decoration.

Candle lit up – though it doesn’t show up well.

I’ve put several of the home decor pieces I’ve created this year on a table in the passage all together for the moment.  They will be spread more around the house over the Christmas period.

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An Autumnal Scene

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An Autumnal Scene

I was just browsing around FB a while ago and spotted something that somebody had made using a photo frame and the peel-off stickers you get to put onto wheelie bins.  She had done a YouTube video that you can see – here.

We don’t have a wheelie bin, but I had got a plastic garden storage trunk to put our bin bags in outside when our black bag collection went from every two to every three weeks (keeping black bags for two weeks was drawing rats into the garage last winter and I didn’t want the same thing happening this coming winter).  And after I got the trunk I had put some daffodil wheelie bin stickers on it – as you do!

I had then decided that they were not enough decoration so had got in some different ones to add, but hadn’t got around to it yet, so I decided to have a good look at them to see if any could be re-purposed for my crafting before sticking the rest onto the trunk.  This is the pack I had.

So thank you to Joanne Ash for the inspiration and original idea, and here’s my take on it.

What I Did

I started collecting some of the things I thought I’d need.

I took the frame apart (the glass was transported inside the back of the frame to be protected by the frame back panel) and started by using a makeup brush to apply ink in a dappled, sploggy, fashion to both the inner frame, the mount, and the sheet of white paper that came inside the frame.  I did do some going over the edges of different colours but didn’t try to smooth out the colours as I wanted everything to have the colour of dappled autumn leaves.

I next carefully wiped the glass and put it in the frame, put the now dry inner frame inside to hold the glass in place, and then put in the mount.

I used a glue gun to attach the battery and switch pack of the light string to one side of the frame, double checking not to stick the portion that comes away to allow batteries to be changed.

I then lay the string of LED lights out around the back of the mountboard.  I used ultra tacky tape in various places to  hold the wire in place and keep the LED lights from moving. (I didn’t take the red back off the tape, just using it as very strong sticky tape.)

I then put the frame upright and dropped some autumnal themed embelishments into the gap between the glass and the mount, before putting the sheet of coloured paper and frame back board in place.

I then used my hot glue gun to attach more embelishments – a small bundle of sticks to partly hide the battery pack, mini pumpkins and pine cones at both corners of the front. Attaching these once the frame was stood upright meant that I could position them and hold them in place so that they would be in the right position.

The small leaves on the branch were too bright a green for my likeing for this autumnal themed project so, before I cut my selected stickers out, I coloured them in using a brown and a deeper green alcohol marker to darken them.

I finished by giving the front of the glass a good wipe and attaching my chosen bin stickers that I’d cut out – I went for a branch, a squirrel, and a couple of leaves.

What I Used
The Finished Item

This is the finished item.  The glass made it difficult to photograph at it’s best because of whiteout shine and shaddows.  But I think the photos give you a fair idea of what it looked like in the end.

This is it with the lights on.

I then put it in a darker location to take a straight on and an angled photo so that the lighting showed up better.

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I know – this has taken me a long time to put together and show you.  I have several other projects I’ve been working on for a while nearly finished now as well.  So you may see a bit of variety in amongst the Christmas cards posts over the next couple of weeks.

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3D Vase And Fabric Flowers

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A 3D Printed Vase And Fabric Flowers

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Regular visitors to my blog will have seen an assortment of 3D printed items appear in a variety of my blog posts since my nephew first got a 3D printer.  I have posted several times about both the trials and tribulations of this first 3D printer as well as his developing into a designer of his own 3D items.  A quick search for 3D in the box above will I’m sure bring up those things if you are interested.

But for today’s post the 3D element is a Vase – and for the design I went back to Thingiverse for the file.  Unfortunately the print failed a a little before the top (due to a blockage in the nozzle causing first under extrusion then zero extrusion) so won’t look exactly as the designer intended. But, having had a good look at it, and takeing off the top few layers that had not adhered properly, I decided that it would still work as a vase for the faux flowers I was makeing.

Just in case there were other weak bits in the printing that wasn’t obvious to the eye, I did decide to paint it inside and out using ModPodge, which acts as both sealant and glue.

You will notice that it is printed in several colour tones – this is because I used a “varigated” filament.

The flowers were made using some Craft Buddy flower making items, wire stems and florist tape.  I wanted each flower to stand individually therefore didn’t completely fill the vase of add foliage.

What I Used To Make The Vase
  • 3D Printer Used – Creality Ender 3 Pro
  • Design – Flower Vase large twist by mistertech (Licensed under the Creative Commons – Attribution – Non-Commercial license)
  • PLA Filament – Noulei PLA Filament Silky Shiny Rainbow Multicolor – The 1Kg reel of filament has lots of colours in it, it just happened that these were the colours at the end where we started from – a sort of pale maroon red through to silver.  When I get my nephew to print me something else from this reel it will start at the silver and go into another colour.
  • Glue/Sealant – ModPoge, Glossy
  • Brush
The Finished Vase

This is what the vase looked like after tidying it up and brushing over ModPodge.

And a bit closer look.

What I Used To Make The Flowers
The Finished Flowers

This is the box of material flower layers, plastic components and tool I started off with.

I made up lots of flowers using several different shades of flower layers that I thought would work together as one flower or as flowers put together in a vase.  Some flowers have a touch of yellow or green on individual layers.

Some are made with more layers to make the appear fuller.

I put them together in the 3D printed vase, bending and curling the ends of the wires to give different height to the flowers, rather than cutting the ends off.  This mean that I could make the ends of the flowers intertwine and help support each other in the position I put them in – I didn’t want to fill the vase until tight as I wanted the individual flowers to stand out.  For this reason I didn’t add greenery either.

Looking at the vase of flowers from a top angle.

A view from further down.

And a further view of the flowers in the vase.

Sorry for the messy background.  The kitchen had the best light conditions when I came to take the photographs, and I had several crafting totes and other things still out from a crafting session.

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Home Decor – Gazebo

Decorated Gazebo

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The project I’ve got to show you today is one I’ve been working on slowly for a few weeks.  This is a home decor piece with a battery opperated candle inside, decorated in an autumnal colour palate of russetts, reds and yellows mostly.  I haven’t added anything particularly autumnal in the decoration, such as brown leaves or pumpkin shapes, so, despite the colour scheme it can be used all year.

What I Used
What I Did

The MDF Gazebo was suppose to come with MDF glue, but mine didn’t, and I didn’t receive any after I E-mailed C&C that it, and another item from my order, was missing (although I did receive the other item).  I therefore used Gorilla Wood Glue to clue the gazebo together.

It came out of the MDF sheets easily and went together nicely.


(Photo from Create & Craft Website of flat sheets it came as.)

After the glue was completely dry I painted it with two coates of white Gesso.

I then started to add Copper mousse to the edges of the roof panels with my fingertip, but I found that I couldn’t really get my fingertip into the area around the hanging loop or the cracks between the roof panels, so I switched to using a makeup brush with a small head before I started applying the Bronze mousse around the tripple layer base of the gazebo.  (The specific type of makeup brushes I used were recomended by another member of the Artisan Design DT Collective as being good for blending distress inks, as they are realy soft, so as I wanted something soft that wouldn’t leave brush marks on the embelishment mousse I thought I’d give one of the small ones a try and it worked very well. the only brush marks are the ones already there from painting on the gesso.)

After seeing that the coverage was good on the base I went back and filled in the areas I’d missed on the roof using the brush.

For the floor of the gazebo I wanted a marbled look, so I used the same brush I’d used for the bronze mousse and added some of the pearl mousse to it before starting to brush randomly over the floor, re-dipping in the pearl as needed.  The bronze put down darker patches in the pearl until it had all worked off the brush and then I just brushed all over to smooth out the lines to leave a warm marbled look.

I also used a mixture of bronze and pearl mousse on the cross pieces of the side panels.

I stamped the fern onto the roof using a green distress ink, holding the stamp in my hand and carefully putting it on a roof panel before pressing down all over and pealing it off from the bottom.

After letting the ink dry I roughly coloured in the ferns using the lighter green Promarker at the top and darker at the bottom.  I didn’t try to keep specifically inside every line, and any line that wasn’t totally clear didn’t matter as I was just going for a more rough look.

It doesn’t really matter that not all the ferns look exactly the same and that the stamped lines are showing in some places and that I’ve over coloured the stamped lines in other places.

I just kept going round the roof until all 8 panels were done.

And this is what it looked like from the top at this stage.

I then started making an assortment of flowers in different layer combinations and with different centres.  Then it was on with decorating the gazebo with flowers, using a hot glue gun to attach them.

I didn’t want to cover the whole thing, so I went for a swirl of flowers from the top of the roof, around the top of the doorway and down the side of the door before swirling off around one side.

I put a battery opperated candle inside.

Finished Gazebo

From the top.

From a few sides.

Closer look at flowers down the side.

Closer look at flowers on the roof.

A video clip of it from all sides.

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I still have some more of the cards I sent to our carers boss for her to choose from, some challenge entries, and Christmas cards to show you, so please do keep visiting to see my makes as I manage to blog them.

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Quilling

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Quilling

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The English saying – There’s no place like home – is translated into Welsh as “Does unman yn debyg i gartref”.  I wanted to make my youngest sister something with this saying on for her birthday and decided to do a little quilling on it.

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But I started the project by turning to my ScanNCut.  I had a play in the online Canvas software and tried various layouts of the words until I was happy.

I decided, rather than using a pen to write out the words, that I’d use the ScanNCut’s foiling feature and get the machine to write out everything using a glue pen.  Some of the words I set to just write the outline and some with a solid fill.

I was working on an A4 size finished project.

I used gold foil to rub all over the glue lines as soon as it was out of my ScanNCut and dry.

Unfortunately, no matter how I turned my cardstock I simply can’t get a good photo showing the foiling all the way around my creation.

As soon as the foiling was done out came my quilling kit (similar to this one) and off I went filling in the letters I’d left with a blank centre with different colour and shaped quilling pieces.  I tried to stick all pieces just inside the foiled lines.

You can see the dimension of the quilling in this photo.

It took me several days to fill in all 7 letters of Gartref but it looked OK I think.

I then needed to frame it.  I chose a deep frame with a perspex front to keep the dust off the quilling. I tried to take this photo to show the depth from front to the quilled panel.

And this is my final creation.

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That’s it for this post. Hope you liked it.  I’ve got more crafting to do and more crafting to blog, so keep an I out to see what other creations I make.

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My Latest “Inspiration by Gwyneth” Post For “Dragons Lair Designs” Blog – May 2016

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It’s time for another inspiration post from me on the “Dragons Lair Designs Inspiration Blog“. This is more or less what I posted over on that blog –

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I decided to go for a home decor item this time.

And this is what I came up with:

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These are what I used:

Stamping Dragon Designs Item:

Items from the “Butterfly Garden” collection available – here – in the store.

Consumables:

  • Hunkydory Foiled Frame; 250gsm Super Smooth white paper;  Assorted Nuvo Embelishment Mousse; Tonic Funky Glue Pen; Pinflair Glue Gel;

Equipment:

  • Scissors;

Method:

I took items from the collection into the My Craft Studio software and re-sized and copied as I wanted.  I also added wording to the “plant label” element.

Buterfly 04Pili-pala, Iâr fach yr haf, and Gloyn byw, are all Welsh names for Butterflies.

I printed everything out and cut out the label, butterflies, background, etc.

I then tore pieces from two of the plainer backgrounds and made spirals before folding and twirling into torn paper roses.  Some of the same background was torn into a panel and I went over the edge with the Tonic moose before sticking it to the background panel.  I used two different colours of the Tonic mousse on the torn edges of the roses, and the another colour on the foiled frame.

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Putting the matted background panel inside the back of the pre-scored frame I folded up the box frame and stuck the foiled frame on top.

I then used glue gel to stick the flowers and butterflies within the frame and the label and one small butterfly on the edge of the frame.

Buterfly 06I hope you like what I came up with.

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Blog Hop News

The Dragons Lair Designs Design Team will be running a Blog Hop from the 13th to 17th May.  With something being given away for everybody who does the “Hop” it will be well worth you joining us and taking part.  Make a note of the dates and pop in at any point during the event.

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And that is it from me for today. I hope my little creation will inspire you to visit the Dragons Lair Designs store and have a play with some of the digital downloads available to buy yourself.

You can also sign up for the Dragons Lair Designs Newsletter – Here! – there’s a wonderfull mini kit free for all subscribers this month.

Dragons Lair Designs are currently running a Design Team Call

Please visit the “Dragons Lair Designs Inspiration Blog” regularly over the next few weeks as you’ll find various “Inspiration by …” posts appear from the other design team members, and posts from some Guest DT members as well. I’ll hopefully be back posting more regularly over the comming months with Dragons Lair Designs and other crafty makes.

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