Annie’s Creative Woman Kit-of-the-Month Club Review + Coupon – CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS

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Annie’s Creative Woman Kit-of-the-Month Club sends new DIY craft projects monthly! Each kit includes most of the items you’ll need to complete the project plus easy-to-follow instructions. All you’ll need from home are common household items like glue and scissors! Some crafts you can expect from this subscription are painting, needlecrafts, beading, candle and soap making, mixed-media crafts, and more! It costs $19.99 a month, plus $5.95 postage and processing ($6.95 in Canada).

DEAL: Get 50% off your first monthUse this link and coupon code HELLO.

The package came in a padded mailer.

Everything in my box!

There’s a mini booklet that shows what the finished product is supposed to look like. This time, I’m making wood slice Christmas ornaments!

This project is so pretty, they are perfect for our Christmas tree!

Inside the booklet, there’s a list of all the items included in the kit, plus the items needed from home. There are also helpful hints so you can make the project with ease.

The step-by-step instructions are easy to follow. There are even photos so you can hardly go wrong!

For this project, they sent 6 wood slices with string holes!

There are also carbon transfer papers for transferring designs.

For designing the ornaments, here are white and black acrylic paint tubes plus a paintbrush.

Here’s a roll of twine that can be used for hanging the ornaments.

Of course, they also provided acrylic paint markers that work well on any surface. I received four in total: 1 red, 1 white, and 2 greens.

Lastly, here are the Christmas-themed patterns for designing the wood slices.

The first step is to paint the front part with white acrylic paint. The width of the paintbrush is just right, making it easy to paint the wood slices.

I also painted the back part in black!

The next step is to cut out all the Christmas patterns and the carbon transfer paper. Then, align the art and the transfer paper to the wood slice. I put some tapes so it didn’t move when I started transferring the design.

Using a pen, trace all borders of the Christmas art and text carefully to transfer it to the wood slice.

After peeling the papers, you will see that the design has been transferred. For the most exciting part, fill in the pattern with your desired colors using paint markers and repeat the process on all wood slices.

For the final step, cut the twine to your desired length, insert it in the holes, and tie it on the ends to secure.

Everything turned out pretty!

Both the black and white sides look festive!

I’m so in love with these wood slice Christmas ornaments! They’re so fun and easy to make!

I enjoyed making this month’s DIY craft project! It’s simple and it took only a little time, and now I have pretty ornaments to hang on our Christmas tree. All the materials are included in the kit, except for scissors and tape, of course. The wood slices were also pretty smooth, so I didn’t have to use sandpaper on them. I love craft kits like this one that help unleash my creativity and keep my creative juices flowing. Annie’s Creative Woman Kit-of-the-Month Club is indeed an ideal subscription for any craft enthusiast out there or for those who want to do something productive in their free time!

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