3 Things To Make This Week With Blitsy - Week of September 21st
This week, create a dimensional pumpkin out of circles, a 'Boo' banner, and a large paper flower out of a gift bag!
Hey! Hey! It's another week, which means another round-up of projects!
In case you were wondering, we are still channeling Halloween! That's right, we have two more adorable projects to get you started with your Halloween crafting! Just to off-set all of the black, orange, and purple, I threw in a giant dimensional flower that can be constructed out of a gift bag!
Check all 3 of the projects below that you should make this week!
Which project is your favorite?
Grab your Martha Stewart Circle Cutter and make some adorable pumpkins! That's right, the Martha Stewart Circle Cutter helps you create circles that can be transformed into a festive pumpkin perfect for holiday decorations. Create your pumpkins in different sizes and group them in clusters of three. You will love how fun and easy it is to create these little guys!
Do you have some lunch bags on hand? If so, you can make a dimensional flower! Sounds crazy, right? Well, it's super simple to make. All you need to do is cut the bottoms off of your bags, cut flower petals at the tops of your bags and use double-sided tape to stick all of your bags together. The magic happens when you connect the bottoms of your bags and then connect the first and last bag. You won't believe your eyes! You are left with a gorgeous dimensional flower. Just think of all the possibilities for customizing these. You could use different colored bags to fit the theme of your event. You could also whip up a bunch of these and use them for a whimsical backdrop! The possibilities are endless!
This 'Boo' hanging banner is seriously the cutest! Ivy shows you how to turn plain, boring paper mache letters into festive decor. She ups the cuteness factor by adding felt flowers (she cuts on her Big Shot) and fluffy pom poms! This Boo banner will definitely be the talk of your Halloween party! If you don't have a party planned, you could hang this adorable banner on your front door to welcome all of your little trick-or-treaters! Come see how Ivy made her Boo Banner here!