Good Afternoon Everyone!
Well, when the mojo comes you have to roll with it. Again, this is my time of year when I just get all juiced up to create, create and create! I love it and hope you feel the same.
This week, I've finished a really fun Spell Book. When you open the book you find a very sweet witch standing in front of her pantry of potions. On the back of the book there is a hatch that holds a micro LED battery operated light switch that illuminates the cabinet and also backlights Helga and her cat. Make the easy to assemble kit, paint or paper the book and fill the cabinet with your own magical goodies. I purchased little screw top jars from Hobby Lobby and used the smaller Tim Holtz vials. I filled them with a bunch of seasoning from the kitchen and a few fount things from outside for a cool effect. The book is completely cut from Baltic Birch Plywood and has a built in cut hinge on the spine. It is perfect for paint, stain, ink or even to cover with your favorite patterned paper. FUN FUN Project!
Chair Place Card Holders
Now, moving into fall and entertaining I came up with some some of the cutest little chairs, if I do say so myself. HA! I just think they are cool. You can use them as place card holders for each place setting and then allow the guest to take their chair home as a remembrance of the event. Or keep them and reuse them around the house to set a votive on, or use the cut slot in he seat to place a photo. Set of Six different chairs. Seconds to put together...
Another idea a friend shared with me is the use of words of Thanksgiving to incorporate into a table setting. You could use these words anywhere, to decorate the house, to make a beautiful little sign or to simply place onto a plate to help decorate the table. Again, you could allow the guest to take it with them as a remembrance of the event. Sold in a set of six different words cut from wood.
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Thanks so much for coming over to look! Have an awesome week!
The Gentleman Crafter