Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Junkmail Snowflakes - Possibility #2




Hiya.

It's Tuesday.

You knew that?

Oh.

Did you also know about my little junkmail-snowflake-making rampage? Well... I regret to inform you that it goes on. I know... Call me obsessed. I can take it.

Here's my junkmail snowflake experiment du jour. Jars. I stuck the snowflakes to jars. See?

Junkmail Snowflake Lanterns

All I did was cut out teeny snowflakes using THIS method. And then I took some watered-down Mod Podge (roughly 1:1 water to Mod Podge) and brushed the Podge onto the back of each snowflake (or half-snowflake). Then I stuck the snowy flakes onto jars, and bam: junkmail snowflake lanterns.


I suggest brushing the snowflakes with Mod Podge while holding them in hand. Otherwise they will become forever stuck to whatever surface you have them on. They'll stick to your hands too, but if you use the Podge judiciously and brush it on with a tiny paint brush, you'll avoid the flakes becoming permanently affixed to you.




Here's one with a candle glowing inside. Aaaah, the warmth... Makes me want to bellow to the heavens... Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your... What? No bellowing, you say? 



Oh. Okay. Perhaps I could serenade you on Thursday then? Wouldn't that be great? Don't let me forget, okay?

Well you have a lovely day now. Bye bye until Thursday. ♥M


Junkmail Snowflake Possibility #1 is back HERE, btw.

20 comments:

  1. OOOOOOO, Michelle , I have so much to do but I just gotta have a candle jar , or two or three , or, or , or ,

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  2. Pretty - maybe I could master the jar cutting method....thinking out loud...

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  3. WOW! There you go again with your luscious, luminescent photography. Beautiful.

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  4. My windows are full of snowflakes thanks to you. I love them!

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  5. Oh, I don't know which I like better, the snowflake wall or the jars. They are so pretty!

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  6. I just can't stop pinning whenever I visit your blog - everything is so inspiring! pls come and link up at my World Creative Blog hop at http://meijosjoy.blogspot.com/2011/11/happy-wednesday.html

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  7. I love this idea! They'll make great Christmas table candles for outside on our patio!!

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  8. So delicate, perfect for lanterns. One of the prettiest glass jar refurbishments (that's surely a word?) ever!

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  9. What can I say? Just go on!...please!!!!
    love, xxx Alessandra

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  10. These are brilliant. Thanx for sharing!!
    Esther.

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  11. That is so smart!

    I love this idea! You literally don't have to waste anything!

    xx

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  12. I love your blog, you always make me laugh and inspire me to get crafty. I am currently in a snowflake mood myself, thanks for sharing.

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  13. Now dat der is purty. Thanks for sharing :)

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  14. So cute snoflakeS! i love it, thanks for sharing.

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  15. As soon as I saw these snowflakes I thought of Mod Podge. They really remind me more of mandalas than snowflakes. Beautiful!

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  16. Lovely! I added a link, photo, and short description to my Junk Mail Crafts article at Squidoo. Thanks!!

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  17. Did you mod podge over the snowflakes when you were done?

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    1. Hi Emily,

      No I just applied the Mod Podge on the back side carefully and stuck them on!

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