Christmas Quatrefoil Centerpiece

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I know it’s not even Halloween and I’m showing you a Christmas centerpiece! Don’t worry I haven’t skipped Halloween, Fall and Thanksgiving. This project was for another round of the design star competition for Cricut . I am honored to be a part of their selected bloggers to compete to be a designer in the Cricut Design Space. This month’s category was Holiday Home or gift idea. My team chose All That Glitters or Winter Wonderland as our project theme. I went with All That Glitters Home Decor.

Supplies~

  • Silver Spray paint
  • Dollar Tree glass vase
  • taper candlestick holder (I used a glass one from Dollar Tree)
  • 12 x 12 silver glitter card stock
  • 12 x 12 gray card stock
  • self adhesive turquoise jewel strip
  • Gorilla Glue or E6000 glue
  • Spray adhesive
  • Cricut Explore cutting machine
  • Cricut cutting mat

 

cricut quatrefoil

This project took me about 2o minutes from start to finish. You can customize this project to match any theme or color. I used a pattern that was in the Cricut Design Space to cut out the intricate quatrefoil pattern. I spray painted the taper candlestick holder silver then adhered it to the glass vase using E6000 glue. Cut down the silver glitter paper to size to fit inside the glass vase. Cut the gray quatrefoil paper to size to fit the outside of glass vase. Adhere to the outside of glass vase by spraying adhesive to the back side of patterned paper. Make sure to use the straight edge of the quatrefoil paper on the bottom. On the top of glass vase cut a strip of  jewels and put on top of quatrefoil paper.

Maddy 2 Put a battery operated candle inside. You can take out the glitter paper and just use a real candle inside as well. Christmas Quatrefoil Centerpiece      Disclosure: I am a member of the Cricut Blogger Network. I may receive prizes in exchange for my winning projects. Even though I’m not being directly compensated for these posts, I am under consideration for a prize with Cricut Design Space Star. All opinions are 100% my own.