Welcome to the first annual Winter Fun Blog Walk
We have five Blogs participating and we are so excited to share our fun posts with you.
Linda from Two Succulent Sisters is sharing her Paper feather Crafts
Debi from Adorned From Above has 5 Fun Hot Chocolate Recipes for you
Myrna and Joye from The Busy Bees are sharing 8 Warm You Up Meals in Bowls
Marci from Stone Cottage Adventures is sharing 6 Winter Sewing Projects
Kathy from Life at Lakeshore Drive is sharing her wonderful Winter Wonderland Wreath
WINTER WHITE PAPER FEATHERSI’ve made paper feathers before – its seems like I make them every year in the winter. They are so much fun! Here is what I did last year with the paper feathers – a blog post called Feather Fun.
So this year I wanted to do white paper feathers and see how much fun that would be.
First you take your pretty papers. I had some lightish looking papers – they weren’t pure white – but I knew I’d be giving them a spritz of white paint anyway so they needn’t be pure white.
Cut out some feather shapes, two at a time. Put glue (my favorite is Fabri Tac)on all over one side of the paper.
and put the chenille stem (pipe cleaner) down the middle of the paper and it will be hanging out the end which is fine because I use that like a stem to put the “feathers” in a vase.
Put the matching paper on top of everything and press down firmly all around the feather shape.
Make little slanted slits on one side of the “feather”.
Then cut the other side, too.
Now it’s beginning to look a little more like a feather, isn’t it?
I then “feather” the paper feathers and try to pull out the sliced paper a little so it looks a bit more natural.
I then sprayed them a little bit with white spray paint and sprinkled them with glitter. So there is the winter white faux feather!
Then I had to do something with them so I found this really pretty pink glass canning jar and filled it with some floral vase filler (little plastic beads).
I had the dried hydrangeas on my Christmas tree and thought I could do something with them so I sprayed some white and sprinkled them with glitter, too.
I didn’t spray them solid white. I sort of dusted them with spray paint.
Hope you all enjoyed this post about paper feathers. They are great fun to make and would make a great kid’s craft, too.
If you like these fun feathers, Pin them. Thanks.
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I'm Linda. Though my sister and I started this blog, right now I’m the blogger person.We have a super creative family (my nephew even makes cabin furniture) and I try to log it all right here on Two Succulent Sisters. I'm so HAPPY you stopped in and would love to have you join our community by subscribing via email or RSS feed.
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