Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Paper Cones Decoration Free Tutorial by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog

I love ideas that can be used year round for any holiday - don't you?  If you do then you'll love the paper cones tutorial by Carina Envoldsen-Harris.  Have fun making your paper cones.

Copyright © 2011 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog blog.

Here's what Carina had to say about her tutorial: Maybe you remember I mentioned these in December? I thought I'd post the tutorial for them... before we get too far away from Christmas.. it's ok, isn't it? To talk about Christmas stuff in January? ;-)

In Denmark for Christmas these cones ('kræmmerhuse') are made to decorate the Christmas tree - or other places, but mostly the tree. They are traditionally hung on the tree and then filled with cookies or sweets.

They can be a bit fiddly to make at first, but I'm sure you'll soon get the hang of it! :-)


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Carina's Bio: Carina is a Danish girl living in Essex, England with her husband. She's an artist and crafter who loves to crochet, draw, sew, paint, and embroider.

Copyright © 2011 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog blog. Please visit Carina's new Carina's Craftblog blog at http://carinascraftblog.wardi.dk ,  her Wardi.dk website, her Carina Wardi Etsy shop, and her Polka & Bloom Etsy shop .

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