Monday, January 14, 2013

Sandy Hook Ele. Snowflakes (post 2)

Here are some double-sided snowflakes we made for Sandy Hook Ele. in CT to help create a winter wonderland in their new school. It's a nationwide PTA project in schools and homes in support of the survivors.
The first two snowflakes are cut from Cricut Cartridge A Child's Year and DCWV Glitter cardstock. In order to make the snowflakes double sided (for hanging from the ceiling or placing in windows) I used the flip feature to make sure all the facets matched up. Even with using flip, the pieces only fit together perfectly one way. It was a challenge getting them lined up and stuck together with terrifically tacky tape and zots glue dots.
This next one is one of my favs from Damask Decor. It's a tag so it already had a nice hold for hanging in it. Although the camera angle doesn't show it well, the white cardstock and silver glitter from DCWV is brilliant.
This one cut from Designer's calendar and American Crafts foil cardstock in hot pink, looks like a hand cut snowflake like the kids make in school.
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