Making Yarn Christmas Trees | Jane Lennon | Skillshare
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7 Videos (10m)
    • Introduction

      0:41
    • Materials

      1:21
    • Cardboard Cone

      2:01
    • Preparation

      1:23
    • The gauze tree

      1:49
    • The yarn tree

      1:47
    • Finishing steps

      1:25

About This Class

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Have fun this Christmas and enjoy family time by making your own Christmas decoration!

Buying Christmas decoration might be expensive and impersonal. Also, using every year the same Christmas decoration could be uninspiring, and sometimes traditional Christmas decoration doesn't match your house or your store decoration style. How easy is to find Christmas decoration that match an industrial style cafeteria or a modern line cloth window store?

Let's try to craft our own personal decorations with simple materials that is cheap and easy to find and you probably already have in your house! You can decorate your house, your store, and even professional decorators can use these techniques to make custom Christmas trees to match the style of the place they work with.

In this class I will show you how to create two different Christmas trees decorations using the PVA glue technique.The materials are cheap and easy to find and the procedure is fun and simple. 

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Jane Lennon

Software developer and graphic designer

Hey!

My name is Jane Alefragi and on skillshare I go by the name Jenny Lennon. I have studied Computer Science and Graphic Design

I have been working for almost 7 years in the software industry as a developer. During this time I got to collaborate with  UI designers a lot and developed an interest for their craft. That was when I decided to expand my knowledge and study graphic design. 

Today I have a passion for both fields and I draw great satisfaction fr...

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