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Give Thanks Wreath Shaker and Mason Jar Fall Decor By Meghan Kennihan

Hi Crafty Friends,

I’m sharing a GORGEOUS NEW Die from Kat Scrappiness for you today. It’s perfect for fall and the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday. I decided to make glittery shaker for this delicate die that looks fancy but is SUPER easy to create.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:

Q: What are your grateful for?

A: Me? My darling BEST Friends MADDIE (my puppy)

I started by cutting the frame using out NEW Embossed Edged Rectangle Dies and the Give Thanks Wreath Die out of brown paper.

Next, I added Kat Scrappiness Acetate to the back of the Embossed Edge frame and then glued the wreath onto the acetate.

I added Kat Scrappiness Chocolate Sprinkles to the inside for my shaker piece, added Nuvo Glitter Accents Aztec Gold drops to the acorns, and finished the edges with Kat Scrappiness Brown Jewels. also used this fabulous die to create a fun fall decoration for my mantle! A mason jar with mini lights inside!

 I used ModPodge to glue and seal the Give Thanks Wreath Die onto the mason jar.

 I painted the silver part with primer, then gold paint.

 I die cut the leaves from matching paper using My Creative Time Autumn Leave Dies and glued them to the piece of twine.

 I bought the jar lights on Amazon for $8 for a pack of six! They are battery operated. you enjoyed my card and jar I’d love for you to use my links to get your hands on these amazing new products and don’t forget to follow my blog, subscribe, and comment for your chance to win my monthly giveaways. For more inspiration and giveaways you can follow me on Instagram @MadeByMeghanK


Kat Scrappiness Chocolate Sprinkles Sequin Mix

Kat Scrappiness Brown Jewels

Kat Scrappiness Acetate Sheets 25 Pack 

Kat Scrappiness Give Thanks Wreath Die

Kat Scrappiness Embossed Edges Rectangle Die

Kat Scrappiness Nuvo Glitter Accents Aztec Gold

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1 Comment

  • Reply Sue D

    Love all of these!

    10/15/2019 at 5:04 PM
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