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Corona eucalipto

Que las hojas de eucalipto son un "must" es algo que ya se sabe, sobretodo para quien navegue por pinterest o instagram.

Yo tenía un ramo de hace como 3 meses y ya lo iba a tirar por la decoración navideña, pero me dio mucha pena, así que lo he reconvertido en decoración navideña...


Solo hace falta separar las ramitas que mejor están y hacer la composición.


Después solo necesitas un hilito para ir uniéndolo todo.


Y ya está, tendrás la corona. si luego quieres adornarlo con otras cositas, ya es cosa tuya. En mi caso puse unas rosas doradas... en el próximo #weekendDIY te cuento cómo hacerlas :-)


Feliz dia y semana, como siempre.
Aprovecho y me cuelo en el finde frugal 200 (madre mía!) de Marcela Cavaglieri

Adorno musical

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Supplies
  • bright colored ribbon (I used 3/8-inch-wide satin ribbon)
  • white paper
  • black thread
  • download the pdf patterns: star, bell, angel, ball
  • ornament hook (optional)
Tools
  • scissors
  • sewing machine
  • ruler
  • stapler (optional)
Paper ornaments supplies
1. Print several copies of the pattern onto white paper. I used a glossy paper to make the stars more durable, but it didn’t fold as easily as regular paper. Shrink the design down on a copier if you want to make smaller ornaments.
Cut out the stars
2. Staple a few pieces of paper together at the edges (optional) and cut out the stars. For better accuracy, don’t try to cut more than three sheets at a time. You will need to cut 10 stars for each ornament.
Cut the ribbon
3. Cut the ribbon in 24-inch pieces.
Fold and place the ribbon
4. Stack 10 stars together. Fold the ribbon in half, then drape one side over the top of the stack and the other on the bottom of the stack. Leave a loop at the top about 1-1/2 inches long.Make sure the shiny side of the ribbon faces out.
Sew the stars together
5. Hold the ribbon straight down the middle of the star (point to point). Sew with a long straight stitch directly down the middle of the ribbon, back-stitching at each end. Make sure you stitch length is very long. If you use a shorter stitch length, the paper will perforate and tear along the middle.
Sewn star ornaments
6. The stars will look like this when sewn.
Fold and spead the layers
7. Fold the top five sheets along the center stitch and spread each layer out as evenly as you can. Repeat with the bottom five sheets.


Finished star ornaments

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