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Glittery Scalloped Circle Baubles

By: Karen Hornsten for FaveCrafts.com
Glittery Scalloped Circle Baubles
Glittery Scalloped Circle Baubles
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"I have worked with paper for years and this little project is so versatile and easy. The choices of paper are endless, plus You can use a variety of paper punches to Create many different shapes using the same technique. By adding a variety of beads to the top and bottom of each bauble you can create a quick Christmas tree decoration or gift for family of friend."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaper

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Type of Paper UsedScrapbook Paper

Easy

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Die Cut Punch
  • Container of Glue
  • Bottle of Glitter
  • Sheets of Heavy Scrapbook Paper
  • Variety of Beads (Optional)
  • Spool of Thread or Fishing Line
  • Zip Lock Bag Quart Size

Instructions

  1. I used a 2 inch scalloped circle punch to cut my variety of circles. If making one bauble cut from 10-15 scalloped circles from the heavy card stock.

  2. Begin gluing each circle half together so the patterned paper shows. Continue gluing just the circle'halves' until all circles are used. Fan all circles out and complete the bauble by gluing the last two circle halves together.

  3. When all glue is dry coat all edges of the scalloped circles with glue. Have your glitter ready by pouring into a quart size zipper plastic bag and toss your ball into the glitter. Seal bag and shake well. remove glittered scalloped ball and let glue dry.

  4. When dry you can make more baubles for stacking in a clear jar for display, or you can string a piece of thread or fishing line through the center whole in the bauble for hanging. If you like you can add beads to the top and bottom of the bauble. This extra step is not shown in the photo.

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