This was one of my most favorite projects I made for ProvoCraft using Makeup Party. I do not have a daughter but I am a girlie girl through and through. So needless to say, I had fun with this cartridge.
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This is a 3D chandelier made from Makeup Party. It is an Event/Project Cartridge, which means it is smaller in content but packs a punch! I used fishing line to create the dangle effect of the polish bottles. All the paper in this project is from the Imagine Audrey. The base for the chandelier was cut from Chipboard and covered with the Audrey paper. I added lots of pearls and small bows to give some depth.
Here are the detailed instructions:
<Chandelr> 10.25 inches (real size off)
<ChndlrLr> 10.25 inches (real size off)
<NailPlsh> 2.5 inches (real size off) 4 times
<PolsihLr> 2.5 inches (real size off) 4 times
<PolsihLr> 2.5 inches FLIP (real size off) 4 times
<DiamndLr> 2.0 inches (real size off)
<DiamndLr> 2.0 inches FLIP (real size off)
Martha Stewart Sticky Back Pearls
Black Glittered Core'dinations Cardstock
Decorative Satin Bows
Audrey Imagine Cartridge
Makeup Party Cartridge
Print favorite patterns from the Audrey Imagine Cartridge on white cardstock
- Cut <ChndleLr> and <Chandelr> at 10.25 inches from black chipboard
- Cut <ChndleLr> and <Chandelr> at 10.25 inches from Audrey Patterned Paper
- Using Spray Adhesive, mount patterned paper to chipboard
- Slide the two parts together, creating a 3D Chandelier. To set the cuts together, I used wet adhesive and pressed and held firmly.
- Cut <NailPlsh> 4 times from Core'dinations Cardstock and <PolsihLr> 4 times from Audrey Patterned Paper
- Then flip the images and cut again 4 times <PolsihLr> and <NailPlsh> from the appropriate paper.
- Adhere fronts and back of all Nail Polish cuts.
- Cut <DiamndLr> from Audrey patterned paper.
- Flip and cut <DiamndLr> from Audrey patterned paper
- Since <DiamndLr> does not have a blackout, I created a blackout by adhering both of the Audrey paper <DiamndLr> to the Core'dinations cardstock. I trimmed the excess off, creating a blackout. I then adhered the cuts back to back. (This could also be done with Gypsy, DS, or CCR)
- Across the base of each corner of the Chandelier, add flat back pearls.
- Below each candle, add a satin black bow.
- Using a hole punch, punch a small hole at the bottom of each corner and in the center.
- Using fishing line, tie the charms to the bottom of the Chandelier and in the center. Also tie a line into the top.
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