Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Scored Hershey's Christmas Tree Tutorial

Big thanks to Brenda Quintana of Qbee's Quest for making her Scored Hershey's Christmas Tree Tutorial blog post available for other bloggers, like me, to repost.  Here is the link for this wonderful tutorial:

Qbee's Quest: Scored Hershey's Christmas Tree Tutorial: I was working on a sample for my club workshops, when a flash of inspiration led me to design this tree. With a little tweaking and some...

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whyte sorcer said...
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Zeek Clemens said...

Please update, are you coming back Kriss?? Hope all is well with you and all of your loved ones.

37deepa said...

Most of the people, who live in or nearby the country’s capital, are often plagued by the hustle and bustle of the traffic laden roads and dense population dispersion. Totally exhausted by the busy lifestyle, all a man needs is a getaway where he can escape to a serene place rich with natural beauty , there can be no other place other than a hill station for one to find a calm and soothing environment where he/she can become one with nature and find some peace. We have prepared a list of 15 hill stations suitable for a quick getaway from the concrete jungle to a natural one.

37deepa said...

Nahan Situated on a hill top in the Shiwalik hill range, Nahan is the headquarters of the Sirmaur District. The town lies on an altitude of 932 meters above sea level, it is a well laid picturesque town, with places to visit such as Renuka Lake, Paonta Sahib, Trilokpur temple and the Suketi Fossil Park. The town roads and streets are well planned which keep the traffic easy and most of the pedestrians travel through the narrow fields in order to avoid traffic enabling quick travel. With its pleasant climate all year round and picturesque landscapes, Nahan is a brilliant place for a quick weekend getaway as its one of the nearest hill stations from Delhi. Image credits Barjinder Singh Ghai.