Happy Holidays!! It’s time. It’s time to start sprucing up your home with trees, ornaments, deer antlers and of course glitter! This year I’m having a major crush on poinsettias. Like MAJOR CRUSH. I’ve used them in my tree, on my mantel, have placed them on presents and are using them for neighbor gifts. And I’ve made oodles of these Poinsettia Felt Christmas Garlands and placed them all over my house! These DIY Felt Christmas Garlands are easily made with the Spellbinder Platinum 6. I know I have loved on the Platinum 6 before (DIY SUCCULENT PUMPKINS, PAPER FLOWER FAVOR BOX TUTORIAL, BACK TO SCHOOL IDEAS & CUPCAKE BIRTHDAY PARTY FAVORS), but this machine is my absolute favorite. I have yet to find a machine that can cut felt (or pretty much anything) with such ease. See how to make the Poinsettia Felt Christmas Garland in the video below.
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POINSETTIA FELT CHRISTMAS GARLAND
Using my Spellbinders Platinum 6 Machine, I made this festive Poinsettia Felt Christmas Garland. It is perfect for your tree, mantel, porch or kitchen! Here’s how you make it:
- Spellbinder Platinum 6 Machine
- Shapeabilities Layered Poinsettia Etched Dies
- Red Felt Sticker Paper
- Green Felt Sticker Paper
- Gold Glitter Cardstock
- 4′ Round Doilies
- Gold Metallic Twine
- Place the Shapeabilities Layered Poinsettia Etched Dies (the flower pieces) on top of the Red Felt Sticker Paper and run through the Spellbinder Platinum 6 Machine.
- Place the Shapeabilities Layered Poinsettia Etched Dies (the leaf pieces) on top of the Green Felt Sticker Paper and run through the Spellbinder Platinum 6 Machine.
- Place the Shapeabilities Layered Poinsettia Etched Dies (the berry pieces) on top of the Gold Glitter Cardstock and run through the Spellbinder Platinum 6 Machine.
- Stick the red felt poinsettia flowers and green leaves on top of a 4′ Round Doily.
- Glue the berry piece on top of the poinsettia flower.
- Repeat until you make the desired length of garland.
- String the poinsettia doilies with the Gold Metallic Twine.
This post is sponsored by Spellbinders, but all opinions are my own!