I cannot believe fall is here and it’s almost Thanksgiving here in the US. November is half over and Christmas will be here before we know it! But I am keeping with Thanksgiving here on the blog.
This project is super easy to create and would look great greeting your visitors or as a centerpiece for a table.
This is just a wooden embroidery hoop that I altered to use as a decoration. I have a few of these around, because I used to cross-stitch. But, you can find these in your local craft store or for cheap at flea markets!
I used the Midday Medley paper collection, Nestable Sticker pad, For All Seasons cards, and the Pearlescent and Foil Goodie box to create with. I pulled out the “Give Thanks” card and then added some layers behind it, popping them up with some foam adhesive.
The sticker was easy to add to the edge, you just have to plan! And have some baby powder on hand. Just pull the sticker out of the pad carefully and then sprinkle baby powder all over the sticky back. This will take away the stickiness, but you will still be able to attach the sticker with adhesive dots or liquid glue on the parts that are touching the hoop. I did have to trim my sticker slightly to make it fit, but I covered that part up with a bow!
Thanks for stopping by today. Make sure to leave some time for crafting during the holiday season!!
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