Studio Calico December Kit Video

Hello!

I will be back later today with day 3 of my holiday gift guide. But in the meantime, I wanted to share a video I did using the Studio Calico December Kit – Brooklyn Flea. To check out the kit, click HERE and for more info on the video, click HERE.

This video shows creating large rosette wreaths – perfect for the holidays…

These suckers are big – great as a decoration. Or you can make them a bit smaller to put on gifts…

Again, you can get all the products for this video HERE.

Enjoy! See you soon.

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  1. HOLY SMMMMOKES.. IN LOVE IS ME.. I know what I will be doing tonight while I watch TV Ha… :) Jen you ROCK! Thank you for sharing such a fun project.

  2. Barbara

    I love these! I’m going to try some with Christmas paper for a wall decoration.

  3. You are a genius!!! These are beautiful and creative yet simple!! You never cease to amaze me. Hugs,Kathy

  4. Edna Jakubowski

    These are simple and amazing. I can see the endless possibilities of decorating with these! One question, how do you hang these on the wall?

  5. Marilyn C. Lojek

    I hope your cold is better – what a great video! Such an inspiration – can’t wait to try it myself. Thank you!

  6. conil

    What a brilliant idea. Thanks again for the the tricks and tips. They really come in handy..Guess that’s why their called “tips and tricks”.

  7. Sandi N.

    Great idea…Perfect for a birthday party too!!!! Hope your cold is better.

  8. Holy, moly that is one big rosette! And each one is totally gorgeous too, Jennifer!

  9. Julia P

    Absolutely love this project! Perfect for some gifts that I need to make for my husband’s friends. Quick question, how did you hang them on the wall?

  10. Suzanne Reynolds

    Awesome video – I cannot wait to make these for my Mum – she’ll love then! Thanks again for sharing you fabulous talent!!!

  11. Sarah M

    These are GORGEOUS!

  12. ava

    wow!! supersized!!
    ava

  13. Shannon

    Wow, what a great idea. So inspiring. I do have one question, how do you hang them on the wall? Thanks for the fantastic idea!

  14. I’m swooning! Love the large size of these medallions!

  15. Jennifer! I almost fell off the chair when I saw how big it was! SO FAB. Love all your ideas on how to jazz them up – that glitter around the edges is lovely. And sparkly. Have a wonderful Christmas season :o )

  16. Fantastic project, Jennifer. I tossed the holiday wreath that I hang in my hallway at the end of last season. I think I know what I am going to hang in its place this year!

  17. haejin

    what a great idea to use different papers for the rosettes. :)

  18. Totally love these! They are huge and awesome!

  19. Heidi

    BEAUTIFUL!

  20. Maggie S.

    Jennifer,

    Love your rosette holiday project, especially the large rosette! I’m a big fan of your instructional videos, you make it all look so simple and easy. Thanks!

    BTW, I noticed that you have a large glue gun that is something I’ve been looking for. What brand is it and where did you buy it?

    Happy Holidays,
    Maggie

  21. Jodi A

    Wow!! Love these and would definitely use them for decorations! Great way to create your own to match decor rather than shopping and not finding what it is you want! Love these rosettes for scrapping too! Thanks for the video!

  22. Another day of perfect products…..Love your decorations so PRETTY!! So Wish I had time to make some things…..With the Move this month will be shot!! :( ……Hugs!

  23. Mary H

    Holy COW!! That sure is one very large rosette!! Awesome idea! Great video sorry you have a cold. Love the star idea, very clever.

  24. I love this idea!!! I have to use this idea to help decorate our house. Gorgeous! TFS!

  25. Kathy

    Those rosettes are gorgeous! Hard to believe they are going in your bathroom.

  26. Sue

    That is such a great idea for any decor–thanks!

  27. Caroline F

    Adore Adore Adore, how pretty and simple, can’t wait to have a go!

  28. Finally, I made one of these. Thanks as always for the inspiration! chrissiecreations.blogspot.com

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