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**Video Tutorial** New Year "Yearbooks" With Clear Scraps

Acrylic Cone

Good day everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!! Soon 2011 will be all behind us......!  With 2012 around the corner, I am wishing everyone happy and fruitful new year to come!!!  For my last project this year  to share with you. I made this easy acrylic cone!  You can make one of this and used it for different occasions. It can be used as candy or flower holder.


Supplies used:

Clear Scraps XL Acrylic Scallop Circle;  Clear Scraps Acrylice Butterfly Mini Album; Pink Paislee  Paper; Regular Twine; Big Shot; Sizzix Embossing folder; Stazon Ink  pad.

How to:

Step 1: Trace the scallop circle acrylic onto the pattern paper and cut out.

Step 2.  Roll th acrylic scallop circle to form a cone shape. Put a mark on the edge where the cone connect.

Step 3.  Punch a hole on the mark and use a twine or ribbon to hold the cone together.

Step 4: Do the same with the pattern paper but use a tape instead of twine.

Step 5: Put the paper cone inside the acrylic and punch 2 holes on each side and thread a string or ribbon through - use to hang the cone.

Step 6: Embellished the cone with acrylic butterfly.  Add texture  by using sizzix embossing powder and dub stazon ink pad for color. Attached on the cone using Zip dry glue. 

And there you have a decorated cone!


Cone 1

Thanks for being here with us and have a happy new year!! Until next year!!



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Very pretty project!

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