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  • I'm Kristen, a clumsy but determined home cook and crafter living in the Boston area with my husband, B, and I have an interest in all things food and craft.

    This blog was created to keep track of my various projects and adventures. They may not all be successes, but my goal is to remain unintimidated by whatever engages my curiosity.

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Porcelain Look Wreath Ornaments

Several months ago, I was contacted by an editor from Woman’s Day about creating a craft for their Best Ideas for Christmas special issue, and I am so excited to finally be able to share the news with you! I’ve been looking around the grocery store and at craft stores for the issue for a couple of weeks and haven’t spotted it yet, but I received two advance copies of the issue from Woman’s Day in the mail a few days ago, and it should be showing up in stores soon.

Porcelain Look Wreath Ornaments

I’m honored to find my project in the company of crafts by Maya*Made, Make and Takes, Chez Beeper Bebe, and Simply Sublime, and it really is a surreal feeling to see my porcelain-look wreath ornaments in print, and in Woman’s Day, no less! About the ornaments — you can find the tutorial in the Best Ideas for Christmas Issue, and they’re really so easy to make. When I came up with the idea, I was able to make several in under an hour and with just one package of polymer clay.

Update: Woman’s Day has posted the feature on their website! Check out all of the “Make It Simple” holiday crafts, and learn how to make my porcelain-look wreath ornaments, too.

Posted in Craft, Tutorials | 9 Comments »

9 Responses

  1. Emily says:

    Can’t wait to find an issue! I have a hard time resisting the Holiday magazines…

  2. Keila says:

    Awesome and congrats. I never buy Woman’s Day but I’ll get this issue.

  3. Kristen says:

    Emily – Oh, I know! I’m the same way, always buying the holiday special issues. :)

    Thanks so much, Keila! I appreciate it.

  4. Emily says:

    Kristen – I saw it at my local Target today! I happened to walk by while the magazine supplier was stocking the shelves and he had *just* put out the holiday special issue! WOW! Looks great in print. Congrats again!

  5. Olivia says:

    Have a nice weekend :-)

  6. Heather Kilpatrick says:

    Kristen, I just wanted to tell you I saw this, and happily went off to buy some polymer clay. I had seen it in the stores, but never bough any. Usually my son and I work with salt dough. But this looked lovely enough to be worth the investment. We will be rolling and baking today. Thanks for the inspiration.

  7. Julie says:

    I have been looking everywhere I could think for this magazine… Any hints on where people have found it? My target doesn’t seem to carry it. I would really like a print copy because the crafts look so cute – I like having something to flip through.

  8. Kristen says:

    Heather – I’m so happy to hear that you’ll be trying this craft, and I hope you enjoy working with the polymer clay. I’d love to see your results!

    Julie – I’ve looked for it, too, and can’t seem to find it anywhere. I know someone who found it at the checkout at a convenience store, but I haven’t spotted it at any of my regular haunts (grocery store, Target, etc.). I do hope that you’ll find it because there are a lot of great ideas in the issue.

  9. Babette & Kelsey says:

    Bought the Women’s Day magazine just to see your craft, we are so impressed and so proud of you! Happy New Year! Love, Babette and Kelsey xo

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