Welcome to the Reverse Confetti December blog hop! I have a fun project to share with you today featuring the Holly Confetti Cuts, so let's get moving. Speaking of moving, you may have arrived here from Kay's blog and you'll want to hop along to Amy's blog when you've finished up here. Or, if you want to start at the tippy top of the hop, go to the Reverse Confetti Blog.
I started by cutting a variety of green cardstock colors with the Holly Confetti Cuts leaves and punched a whole slew of 3/4" red circles. This project is a great way to use up your scraps!
I placed the leaves and berries face down in a long line (about 8 or so leaves/berries at time), ran a line of glue down the center of each and then carefully placed the twine on the glue, pressing it gently into the glue. I learned very quickly that slow and steady wins the race!
It didn't take long for the glue to dry (Tombow Mono Adhesive), and my holly garland was ready to roll. I picked up this $3 tree at Target a few weeks ago - just perfect for the garland.
One last look and then it's time to hop on over to Amy Tsuruta's blog for something fun and festive!
Wait, I've got more for you! Each of the Confetti Crew is sharing their three favorite Reverse Confetti projects from 2015, and here are my top three:
(You can click on each picture to take you to the original blog post with full product details.)
Be sure to leave a comment here and at each of the stops on the hop for your chance to win a $15 Reverse Confetti gift certificate!
Amy Rohl <----- you are here!