Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Christmas in July - Word Dies Standing on Their Own!



Hi there, it’s Suzanne here today with a cool project that you may have seen before. But today I’m going to add a little extra fun.  Many of these dies can stand on their own with a little help, but if you add some embellishments to them, they can make awesome home décor.  For Christmas you can add them around the house – on the tree, on a mantle, on the dining table. You can tuck them in all sorts of unexpected places.  Spread the cheer!  Here’s how we do it.

(If you're receiving this as an email update, please watch the video tutorial on YouTube: https://youtu.be/XXCL_72USh8)




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13 comments:

  1. What a neat idea. Those would make sweet ornaments.

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  2. I realize that this was created for Christmas in July, but the Happy Birthday standing word die really caught my attention! What a lovely way to brighten someone’s birthday. Have one waiting on the breakfast table, another tucked on their towel, and one sitting in a drawer, just waiting to be found to show some love to the birthday boy/girl. Such a sweet idea!

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    1. The Happy Birthday has been sitting around waiting for a video for months! It finally got its moment! I'm glad you like it! Thanks!

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  3. What a very cool idea! How clever :)

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  4. So pretty--love how they stand up!

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  5. What a darling idea
    and would look lovely
    sitting around the
    house. I'm going to
    make some up to send
    in December to family.
    Carla from Utah

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  6. Wow! It's amazing how versatile die cutting is.

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  7. Great concept, Suzanne! I can see these words nestled in a wreath on a door, too.

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  8. I'm a sucker for blue for Christmas. I love that blue and gold Noel!

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