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DIY Ombré Tassel Ornaments

Chantal Emory

Tags artist, Christmas, christmastree, decor, diy, garland, guelph, holiday, local, pastel, pink, vendor

What you'll need:- Yarn- Paint (I used GOLDEN Artist Colours in Quinacridrone Magenta from Michaels)- Water dish- Drying dish- ScissorsStep 1: Making the tassels.This step is the longest part of the whole process. This, and drying time. I used a makeshift piece of cardboard and wrapped the yarn around it several times until I thought the tassel would be thick enough (as seen in the video). This helps to make all your tassels the same length. Cut, and tie a small piece to notch the head of the tassel in place, then trim the base so it's all nice and...


Creative Holiday Workshop

DETAILSWhat: A holiday-inspired creative workshop. We will be gathering to create custom tassel ornaments + hand painted ceramic ornaments, just in time for the holiday season! Visit Urban Fizz Designs on Facebook to get all the details or e-mail hello@urbanfizzdesigns.com to reserve your spot! Spots are limited, so first come, first serve.Date: Saturday, December 3rdTime: 1:00PM-3:00PMCost: $45.00/personEverything you will need for this workshop will be supplied, including paints, paintbrushes, yarn, ceramic ornaments. And of course, what workshop would be complete without a few sweet treats and some beverages. Looking forward to getting creative with some new faces!


Arts Round-up

Well! Another summer, another success. I don't know what it is about Guelph, but it is by far my favourite city to show my work. Maybe it's having my friends and family so close by & seeing a lot of familiar faces. Maybe it's all the new ones I meet. Maybe it's that Guelph has such a vibrant, art-loving community. Maybe it's because the sun always seems to be shining here. Maybe it's because it's my home town. Likely a combination of all those things. But, man, I love my city.Here are just a few snaps from last weekend. A seriously...


Dreaming of Spring

SO, remember that time that I went frolicking in a field of dahlias? Well, I do. It's all I've been holding on to in order to get me through this 6 month-long cold spell we better know as winter. When your bestie is a photographer <injoyimagery>, and suggest any sort of creative shoot, you just don't say no. So here are just a few of my favourites from our late summer, early morning, creative shoot in a field of blooming dahlias.If these don't have you dreaming of spring, I don't know what will!   Photos by: Jacqueline Hofing of Injoy Imagery