Need some quick and easy ideas for the Holidays? With the help of Tape Technologies vinyl I have created some Christmas decor that I am proud to show off! Read on and I will tell you how I did it!
I purchased an inexpensive ivy bowl and picked up the platter at a second-hand store.
You will also need:
Tape Technologies vinyl: Red and Green Polished Metal (Styletechcraft)
9" square opalescent plate with hobnail type trim (or other similar find!)
Die Cut machine
Clean and dry the glass thoroughly.
Cut 1/2" strips from the red vinyl with the paper trimmer. Cut 1/2" increments from the 1/2" x 12" strip. Set the 1/2" squares aside.
Remove the release paper from the back of one square. Center and adhere to one corner of the platter. Repeat on the opposite side. Adhere a square next to the first square and repeat on each side; working towards the middle. Repeat for the other 3 sides.
The plate should look like the photo below when you are finished.
Cut out holly leaves and berries using the die-cut machine. If you don't have a die-cut machine, trace the pattern on the wrong side of the vinyl (on the release paper) and cut out. Remove the release paper, arrange and adhere the vinyl to the surface removing any air bubbles. Place the tea light in the ivy bowl to finish. You can further embellish the ivy bowl with a pretty bow around the neck if you like!
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Make sure to enjoy the small blessings along the way and,
Live Life with a Flourish!
*Note: You can find the Tape Technologies vinyl on Amazon under the name Styletechcrafts.
I receive complimentary product
in exchange for my creativity on this blog.