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Girls Night New Year’s Eve

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Supplies

PLAID Supplies
  • FolkArt ® Extreme Glitter™ - Silver, 5 oz.
  • FolkArt ® Metallics - Silver Anniversary, 2 oz.
  • Mod Podge ® Matte, 8 oz.
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Other Supplies
Glass plate
Chunky candle
Foam paint brush
Scissors
Scrapbook papers – 3 different styles
Decorative feathers; trims; silk flowers
Hot glue
Sticky back “new year” rhinestones
Dollar store party hats - cardboard
Scrapbook papers
Hot glue
Feathers and feather trim
Chipboard shapes
Silk flowers
Rhinestones
Cardboard wine gift holder
Scrapbook papers – 1 print and 1 solid
Chipboard letters “celebrate”

Instructions

Candle Plate and Candle

  1. Trace around the plate onto a piece of scrapbook paper. (leave a little extra for overhang – this will be trimmed later). Cut out the design. Apply Mod Podge to the back of the plate and to the top side (design side) of the cut paper. Place the paper design side down on the back of the plate. Use your fingers to press out any air bubbles. Allow to dry.
  2. Cut a second piece of scrapbook paper to fit the top-inside of the plate. Apply Mod Podge to the back and front of the paper. Position the paper in the center of the plate, press out any air bubbles with your fingers and smooth your brush strokes. Allow to dry and hot glue decorative trim around the edge of the paper.
  3. Hot glue decorative trim around the outer edge of the plate. Add a flower to one corner and apply the “New Year” stickers across the top of the plate.
  4. Trim the last piece of scrapbook paper to fit around the candle. Apply Mod Podge to the back of the paper. Wrap the paper around the candle, hold into position. Apply more Mod Podge as topcoat over the design.

Party Hats

  1. Begin with dollar store party hats. Disassemble the hats.
  2. To make a glitter hat, paint the hat with the Silver Anniversary. Next, topcoat with three layers of Silver Extreme Glitter, allowing to dry between layers.  Once dry reassemble the hat.
  3. To make a Mod Podge hat, trace the hat shape onto the back of a piece of scrapbook paper. Trim the paper. Apply Mod Pto the back of the paper and position onto the cardboard hat. Use fingers to press out any air bubbles. Apply Mod Podge to the front of the paper to seal.
  4. Decorate: Using hot glue, add feather trims, decorative trims and loose feathers, chipboard shapes, or rhinestones letters to the hats. Hot glue silk flowers to the hats.

Champagne Holder

  1. Remove the top of the wine holder, paint the top with the Silver Anniversary. When dry, paint over silver with three layers of Silver Extreme Glitter, allowing to dry between layers. Once dry, hot glue trim around the top. Add feathers and flowers to the top with hot glue. 
  2. Next, trim the printed-paper to fit around the wine holder. Trim a strip of solid paper to fit down the wine holder. (you might need to piece the papers) Apply Mod Podge to the wine holder and the fronts and backs of the scrapbook papers. Wrap the printed-paper around the holder, press out air bubbles, smooth brush strokes on the top. 
  3. Add the solid strip of paper the same way. Allow to dry. 
  4. Add trim around the top and bottom of the holder.
  5. Hot glue chipboard letters down the strip.
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