Hello Crafty Friends! Annie here with a quick and easy name place holder for Thanksgiving Table Decor. Use any color that matches the color theme you are decorating with this year. In this video, I choose classic orange color for my paper base.
Here is a breakdown of the paper sizes
Stem: Kraft 1/2″ W X 2″ L Leaf: Green 2″ W X 3″ L Pumpkin: Orange 4″ W X 6″ L Then trim into 1/2″ W X 6″ L
Hello Crafty Friends! Annie here with a Thanksgiving Card featuring VersaMagic Chalk Inks, Brilliance Pearlescent Pigment Inks, and StazOn Metallic Inks. This Thanksgiving papercraft can be used as a greeting card to give to your host or sent to a family member to let them know you are thinking about them during this holiday season.
This simple stamping and assembly can be finished in a crafting afternoon session. Additional supplies include scrapbooking paper and cardstock.
Color of the Month for November is Hunter Green. We feel this color is a perfect segway between Thanksgiving and the Christmas holiday season. We love dark rich greens inks and Tsukineko certainly has a great number of inks to choose from in this color hue. For a solid stamping ink try VersaFine in Rain Forest, VersaColor in Evergreen makes a nice blending ink with a sponge dauber and if you need a green with a bit of shine then don’t forget Delicata in Emerald Green.
November is also exciting because we are collaborating with Joy Clair Stamps this month. See the Joy Clair website for more information on their stamp sets.
Here is a peek of what we have coming up this month in cardmaking tutorials and videos!
Since Rinea foil papers are gorgeous on both sides, I wanted to make something with them that showed off that feature. Paper “sculptures” are good for this, and with the Thanksgiving holidays approaching, a cornucopia seemed the best way to go. It’s a simple shape in that it’s mostly a cone, but to give it a little of a curve, the pattern I’ve devised shifts the “spine” bit by bit on the bottom half of the sheet to add just enough curve to keep things interesting. These place card holders work up quickly, so preparing a table-full will still leave you with plenty of time for holiday fun.
Skill: Intermediate Time: 15 minutes per place card
What a fun challenge this month, a children’s craft project. Vertigo Leaf Sun Catchers are a fun way to spend some quality time with the child in your life. Simply place a leaf under a Vertigo Sheet and trace with a complementary color Fabrico pen. Younger children can make simpler leaf shapes which are easy to cut out with scissors and older children who are more competent with scissors can complete the more complex maple leaf shapes. After the leaves are cut out, StazOn inks can be added with ink blushers. I would recommend gloves to keep fingers from becoming too inky! Additional veins can be traces with Fabrico Pens. Apply a few glue dots and adhere to your window for eye catching fall décor!
The theme at Imagine this month is ‘Heartfelt’. Heartfelt is the perfect word to sum up the Thanksgiving table that is lovingly prepared every November. No matter which family member hosts Thanksgiving – we all love the opportunity to thoughtfully welcome our guests. Our kid filled families mean that our décor often reflects kid friendly projects created by and with our kids. This is one of those projects. Send the kids out to gather leaves and let the fun begin!
Collect enough leaves to work into a decor piece. Apply VersaMark to leaves by using inkpad directly on leaves. Add Embossing powder in Gold. Heat gently with heat tool. As soon as the polymers melt then they will secure to the leaf. Add to any home decor piece such as name tags, garlands or wreaths.