Thursday, July 21, 2016

Santa Hat clothes pins

I saw this idea a few times on Pinterest and decided to use what I had in my stash and give it a try.

Here is anouther how to CLICK HERE, I got my info from here but changed it up just a bit.

 I started off by punching lots of shapes and putting them into piles.

I am using Dazziling Diamonds glitter paper scraps and some American Crafts red glitter paper as well as some Hobby Lobby Heavy Weight red scrap paper.
 I used three punches from Stampin UP.

The Tree punch, a small Circle punch, and their Word Window punch.

I am not sure if any are still current and available to purchase from Stampin Up.
 I start by using Tombow Mono Glue to glue the American Craft glitter paper to the Red heavy weight paper.

I am using some Red small clothes pins that I purchased from Micheal's.
 I used a small line of glue to attach the hat to the brim and a let that dry, I then added a small dab of glue to the top and added the circle and let that dry.

Its good to add Liquid glue because of the fact that you are using glitter paper.
 I did how ever use hot glue to attach the clothes pin to the hat.
Finished hats, it was about a two day process just to ensure drying time.

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Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale
Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
their website is
- I used their Heavy Weight card stock
Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is
- I used their Clothes Pins and Purchased my glue gun and Tombow Mono glue
Target Store site

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My Stampin UP demo is Jenny Rast, You can purchase from her and support her by searching for her under the demonstrator section here
- I used their Dazzling Diamond Glimmer Paper
- Tree Builder Punch, Small Circle Punch, and Word Window Punch

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