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How To Make an Outdoor Cake Topper

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ITEM # 09016721P13

How To Make an Outdoor Cake Topper

By JOANN

ITEM # 09016721P13

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Piece of Foamies®, 5"x 5"
  • Cardstock: craft paper, evergreen, striped awning design, white birch
  • Small artificial flowers
  • Small pebbles
  • 2 toothpicks
  • Small piece of balsa wood
  • Wood burner
  • Tombow glue with green lid
  • Scissors
  • Cricut® machine, optional

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut the foamie and cardstock in a random oval shape.
  2. Glue the craft paper to the foamie.
  3. Make the tent first and glue it to the craft paper base.
  4. Cut your own pine trees or you can cut them out on a Cricut machine. Glue the pine trees to sit behind the tent as kind of a background.
  5. Make a circle of the small stones in front to look like a campfire. Glue the stones in place.
  6. Make a small canoe from the white birch paper and use parts of a toothpick for the bench in the canoe.
  7. Oars can be made of cardstock or found twigs.
  8. Wood burn the name of a location, camp or people’s name into the balsa wood piece. Glue the sign to another piece of balsa wood for the post.
  9. Glue the sign to the craft paper base. Glue small flowers around the sign to make it appear nestled in the location.

JOANN Hacks:

  • Try not to make the items too big. Compare the size of the tent to the canoe to get the proportions correct.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cut the foamie and cardstock in a random oval shape.
  2. Glue the craft paper to the foamie.
  3. Make the tent first and glue it to the craft paper base.
  4. Cut your own pine trees or you can cut them out on a Cricut machine. Glue the pine trees to sit behind the tent as kind of a background.
  5. Make a circle of the small stones in front to look like a campfire. Glue the stones in place.
  6. Make a small canoe from the white birch paper and use parts of a toothpick for the bench in the canoe.
  7. Oars can be made of cardstock or found twigs.
  8. Wood burn the name of a location, camp or people’s name into the balsa wood piece. Glue the sign to another piece of balsa wood for the post.
  9. Glue the sign to the craft paper base. Glue small flowers around the sign to make it appear nestled in the location.

JOANN Hacks: