Ornament DIY: Day 32

Need:

Sandpaper

Scissors

Hot glue gun

White Sculpey clay

Black thin-tipped Sharpie

Miniature hammer (plastic or made from Sculpey clay)

Wood axle peg wrapped in paper strip

Wood craft sticks - cut into small pieces

Monofilament

 

Priest Scarf Instructions:

  • Roll the white Sculpey clay into a thin strip, then fold it diagonally over itself to form a scarf-like loop.

  • Use scissors to trim the edges so they are straight.

  • Use scissors to at fringe to the scarf.

  • Bake the scarf according to the instructions on the Sculpey packaging.

  • Let cool.

  • Use the black thin-tipped Sharpie to draw lines horizontally along the scarf edges, just above the fringe.

 

Hammer Instructions:

Follow the instructions for the hammer in "Day 19: Judges," making the head of the hammer smaller OR purchase a miniature saw or hammer.

 

Scroll Instructions:

  • Wrap the wood axle peg with a paper strip, trimmed to the same width as the axle, until there is at least one layer.

  • Use the hot glue gun to attach the paper to the axle peg.

 

Ornament Instructions:

  • Cut two strips of sandpaper, equal in size, and glue them together.

  • Use the scissors to poke a hole in a top corner of the sandpaper.

  • String the monofilament through the hole and tie the ends together.

  • Use the hot glue gun to attach the scarf and scroll to one side of the sandpaper.

  • Flip to the other side, and use the hot glue gun to attach the hammer and the wood craft stick pieces to the sandpaper.

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