ILovetoCreate Teen Crafts: Snow Bunny Holiday Scarf and Hat Set


Snow Bunny Holiday Scarf and Hat Set
Avalon Potter for ILoveToCreate Teen Crafts


Winter is coming fast and I made this scarf to keep me warm during the holidays. I had a lot of fun making this and I think you will too. This goes perfectly with any type of coat and is a breeze to create. I hope you enjoy and until next time wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving.

Happy Crafting,
Avalon

Materials
Fleece hat and scarf in cream (I got mine at Old Navy)
Tulip Glam-it-Up Crystals Clear
Holiday Themed Stencils (Try The Holly Stencil from Tulip!)
Tulip Fashion Graffit Paint Taggers in Green and Pink
Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint in Gold Glitter
Tulip Foam Sponge Pouncers
Aleene's Jewel-It Glue

1. Fold scarf in half and lay flat.
2. Apply stencil pattern on scarf using a paint pouncer. The leaves should be green and berries alternate between pink and gold glitter.
3. Add crystals to each pink berry using Aleene’s Jewel-It Glue.
4. Decorate the brim of your hat in the same pattern, adding a leaf and berry to each panel at the top as in photo. Decorate front and back of hat.
5. Allow to dry before wearing!

7 comments:

Molly said...

Oh my goodness, Margot. Avalon looks so much older in these photos. What a beautiful girl you have! What a great project that teens would love. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Miss Molly Schaller

Tammy said...

I love this; it's not just for teens either!

Duchess said...

This is so cute! Just love the scarf and hat set, what a fun idea. Thanks Avalon for sharing this.

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Liz Revit said...

Avalon certainly inherited the creative gene from her mom. She looks lovely sporting her hat and scarf.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Margot Potter said...

Molly!

I know, they grow so fast. I'm so proud of her. I hope you and your lovely family have a fabulous Thanksgiving!

Best
Margot

Eileen Bergen said...

Great tutorial, Avalon. I love the way you stenciled and added bling to the holly design.