I just loved the "ice feathers" all over my windshield this morning. Here in the Pacific Northwest we usually have thick ice on the windows in the morning. It has been under 20 degrees and dry so this is what we get. So beautiful !!!
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Ah yes, after taking November off here I am. I did a few projects which I will be putting up over the coming weeks, but mostly I have been focusing on my business and having some family time with our out of town guests.
This tree branch project is something I have had in my mind's eye since my poor fruit tree failed and died last Spring. I am so please that it turned out exactly like I pictured!
I started by making a mixture of basic white glue, water and light green glitter. I painted it only in areas on the branch that had naturally occurring green moss. I wanted to keep the feel natural with just a little sparkle to tie in with the ornaments.
For the ornaments, I got two sizes of clear plastic ornaments and used the super popular pledge floor cleaner and glitter method that has been all over Pinterest this season. For the glitter I used 3 colors (silver, pale blue and pale green) all old Martha Stewart colors.
Then it was just a mix of cursing and begging Mr Bucket & Co to help me with the fishing line and ladder. And there you are!
PS: Let me give some credit too for the painting. It is by the amazingly talented Jenna Colby (soopajdelux.com)
Ornament tutorial: http://theornamentgirl.com/blog/being-crafty/how-to-make-glitter-christmas-ornaments-diy/