Ornament DIY: Day 32
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
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.
Use the black thin-tipped Sharpie to draw lines horizontally along the scarf edges, just above the fringe.
Follow the instructions for the hammer in "Day 19: Judges," making the head of the hammer smaller OR purchase a miniature saw or hammer.
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.
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.
Read the Scripture reference and watch the Daily Devotional Video for today!