Sunday, 15 December 2013

Christmas Ferris wheel

When taking out my Christmas decorations the other day, I came across this Ferris wheel I made last year.  I was pleasantly surprised to see that it was still in a good condition and that it still stood up straight!  Whoop, whoop!  Who said paper isn't durable right?

The Ferris Wheel file is from the Summer Street Carnival kit over at SVGCuts.  It took me quite a while to assemble but with Mary's awesome instructions, it was really easy to do.
The cute Rudolph is from the Christmas Morning SVG collection (there are so many fun elements in this collection - a definite "must have").  All he needed was a bit of glossy accents on his nose a little bell around his neck.  I just adore this little guy...
I also added a few elements from the paper collection (sorry but I can't remember where it was from to give credit - although I'm pretty sure it was from Bo Bunny), some rhinestones for bling and a red silk ribbon as final decorations.

For the middle, I used a star ornament from the Christmas Ornaments kit and then added a red vintage button to the centre with some red string.  I also added some of the holly borders from the Clara's Christmas Strips collection and used glossy accents to make the berries shine. 
This was such a fun project and it's definitely going up again this year as part of the standard decorations for our home.

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