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I used the fabulous Pear and Partridge papers to make some paper beads! I cut triangles from 6" by 3/4" strips and used clear mod podge to wrap them around clear straws. When they dried I just cut off the ends and viola! I can't wait to make more of these! So much fun!
For the bracelet I used a clear stretchy cord, clear plastic beads, metal beads and spacers, and a cute little charm and loop. To tie it off I knotted the cord 4 times and put a little liquid glass on it. I pulled it through one of the clear plastic beads while it was still wet and let it dry so the knot is hidden in the center of the bead. I strung the extra cord through the adjacent beads and snipped any excess.
To package it, I cut a small gable box out of kraft and wrapped more Pear and Partridge around it. The tag is only strung through one of the handles so it can be opened without messing with it. I love all the cute boxes and 3D items found in artiste! Perfect for Holiday packaging!
The tag is Olive and Kraft card stock, Olive and Cocoa ink, and some silver bells and hemp cord! The "homemade" sentiment is from Crafted With Love, the "a gift for you" is from Enjoy! and the "to" and "from" are from the October SOTM A Very Merry Christmas.
Now head on over to Sandra's blog for even more awesome inspiration with Pear and Partridge!
The entire line up can be found at the Damask Diva's blog!