28. november 2011

Christmas fair and christmas stars

Yesterday I attended my first ever Christmas fair. Even though it was crowded I wasn’t happy with the sale.  I was a little late signing up so I ended up with a tiny table in the corner. But I have learned my lesson and will be signing up earlier next time.

When I still thought I would be at a normal size table I decided I needed to make some Christmas related products. I’m not a very Christmassy person and its especially hard to get in the mood before December. But then I saw a picture of a nice folded paper star and decided to have a go at that. My first attempt was in fabric and it was ok, but extremely time consuming and I don’t think anyone would pay for that time so I decided to go with paper aswell. I bought some scrapping paper that had print on both sides, cut out a crazy amount of strips and started folding according to this tutorial.

I decided to drop the 3D effect and not fold part three of the tutorial. I really liked the end result, and so did the people in the fair because it was without doubt my most selling item.

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9 kommentarer:

Holly @ Bella Nest sa...

Wow! You are very talented! I love the Christmas stars! Thank you so much for stopping by Bella Nest and checking out my mirrors! I'm a new follower of yours. ;)

Erin @ Simply Frugal Mom sa...

What a great use of scrap paper. Love this idea.

Anonym sa...

I do these ones too susanne, but the 3d version. I guess we all get more excited about the things that are new or foriegn :o)

U sa...

I LOVE the stars!! I am your newest follower!!! Hope you will come visit my CHAOS!!

Gayle Page-Robak sa...

Such beautiful stars. They are gorgeous! I have joined your followers list and would love to have you to join me as well. Hugs, Gayle

Betty sa...

Suzanne, how exciting that you did a fair! Sales must have been pretty good as you've already decided to go back again. Your stars are so pretty...like little patchworks. Warm Hugs,

Anonym sa...

Love these Christmas stars! Thanks for sharing the link to the tutorial. Having them flat instead of 3D will help them stay crisp and nice looking through multiple years of storage.

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your kind comment.

Rosie sa...

These are really pretty and I can imagine quite theraputic to make when chilling out from all of the Christmas shopping crowds!

I would love it if you would come and share this at my Christmas link up this week.


Hope to see you there,

Rosie x

Trish - Mom On Timeout sa...

Beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday. Can't wait to see what you were up to this past week.

- Trish @ Mom On Timeout

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