Monday, November 20, 2017

DIY Winter Glam Decor

Winter Glam Decor Tutorial 

Today using antique Mod Podge with newspaper we are going to learn how to make a snow man top hat with a glamorous twist. This project is fairly easy but takes some time drying time. I split up the project between one football game (the Bears lost) and let it dry over night then started after breakfast. 
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DIY Glam Winter Decor Close up of Snowman Hat covered in Paper Mache with a touch of gold ribbon and silver pom poms


Supplies 

Antique Mod Podge
Paint Brush for Mod Podge (Chip Brushworks great)
Wax or Parchment Paper
Tacky Glue
Paper Top Hat 
Newspaper
Crystal Glitter DecoArt Paint
Small Paint Brush for Glitter Paint
Thick and Thin Ribbon
Pom Poms 
Paint Brush for Mod Podge 


Paper Snowman Hat  with beginning of Paper Mache using Antique White Mod Podge to age the News Paper, Middle steps pf DIY Winter Glam Decor


Tutorial 

Tear the newspaper into pieces including the edges. You should use text. No pictures to get this look. Using the chip brush dip it into the antique Mod Podge painting it onto the paper hat shape. As you add more paper covering the whole top hat you will continue to add more Mod Podge layering more paper to the edge of where you just finished. Similar to keeping a wet edge when you are painting. Give your whole top hat a coat of Mod Podge to seal the project. It will also give you and antique or yellowing look to your newspaper. Let it dry over night. 

DIY Winter Glam Decor Tutorial last three steps after letting it dry overnight.

The next morning measure by wrapping the wider ribbon around the hat cut.  Tacky Glue worked great to hold it in place. The thin ribbon added a little more glamour to the top hat which is easy to attach by tying it in a not after following the same process to cut the length needed. Pom poms seemed like the perfect way to finish the decoration with added sparkle. Let it dry then add to your Christmas decorating in your home. Below is a few examples of how I styled small vignettes with my DIY winter glam decor top hat.


Tablescape of Coffee Table Decor DIY Winter Glam Paper Mache Hat  on Teal Charger with Candles wrapped with DIY Removabel Stars.




Doesn't it look pretty with the glowing DIY Holiday Candle Wrap I made with my Cricut.  The snow man top hat and stars will be decor which will last right through the winter months. Don't you just hate the emptiness of your home after the holidays. I know I feel like my house is naked.⌣



Antique White Paper Mache Hat Close up with Star Wrapped Glitter Candle



By tipping the hat with the cotton peaking out below the top hat gives this simple glamour inspired top hat a whole new feel. Finally I was able to catch a photo with a glistening a bit of glam.


Paper Mache Snowman Hat with Cotton Base and Soft Teal Charger

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DIY Winter Glam Decor Snowman News Paper Mache Covered Hat.


Question of the day- What is your favorite Christmas decoration? 

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3 comments:

Libbie Burling said...

This is so fun! Love the holiday glam. Happy Thanksgiving!

Http://whatmeeganmakes.com said...

What a darling idea! You KNOW I can't resist a good book page/newspaper craft. Love this!

Karen Marie Kedzuch Dragonfly & Lily Pads said...

Thank you Libbie Burling!
I hope you had a wonderful holiday.