Feeling through the paper, I had to guesstimate as I centered up my images on the wood rounds.
The carbon paper works very nicely if you draw on the lines hard enough.
If you don't, you have to go over the lines again with a pencil.
Then, we wood burned (with our new cool wood burner) on the lines.
I messed up on mine a little, but Michael did really good on his little Christmas puppy!
Johnny did his own, I did Donna's and mine.
Then we hemp oiled them. (This is my original artwork - ha!)
The first part Donna could do by herself!
A small drilled hole and some ribbon and bells later...
Our names and the year on the back and we have a little something to remember last year's tree by.
Are you doing anything for the handmade holidays? I'd love to hear about/see it!
Oh my goodness! I love this idea! I'm defiantly going to have to try this, especially since I want a rustic/homemade sort of tree theme this year. I'm hoping to sew up some little animals, and maybe try a few other little things. We'll see. :DReplyDelete
Have a wonderfully blessed day!
you come up with the neatest ideas :)ReplyDelete
These are wonderful.ReplyDelete
I have one Handmade holiday post so far, but have plans for many more in the next few weeks.
Thanks for sharing
Wow! Have ta say very impressive mike! ;)ReplyDelete
Charming homemade ornaments! Love the idea.ReplyDelete
'hugs from afar'