Is it over yet? Elf Pattern

This adorable Christmas elf pattern will be a delightful addition to your decorating.





Is it over yet?

This elf pattern was contributed by

Tinlily Lane

by Michelle Wolfmeier

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Pattern:
Click Here for the Elf Pattern
Click Here to Print the Instructions


Is it over yet?

You will need:

Fabric Scraps
Jingle Bells
1" Wooden Plug
Ultra Fine Sharpie
Acrylic Paints
1/8" Birch Plywood
1/2" Birch Plywood
3/4" Pine
1/4" Dowel Rod
E6000 Glue
Hot Glue
Clear Acrylic Matte Sealer


Delta Ceramcoat Acrylic paint:

Dark brown
Black
Santa's flesh
Barn red
Butter Cream
Pine Green
Cutting:
Cut the base (5 1/4" x 3 1/2") from 3/4" pine. Cut the elf's body from 1/2" birch plywood. Cut the hat brim and the sign with hands from 1/8" birch plywood. Drill all holes. Sand smooth and wipe with a damp cloth.


Painting:
Paint the elf's hat and shirt pine green. Paint the border on the sign and the elf's shoes barn red. Paint the pants midnight blue. Paint the elf's face, hands and nose Santa's flesh.

Painting details:
Shade the face, hands, hat brim, and the sign with dark brown. Shade the shoes and the border on the sign with a mix of barn red and a drop of black. Shade the hat, shirt and pants with black. Paint the candy cane barn red. Paint the plaid on the hat, stripes on the pants and the candy cane with butter cream. Dry brush the elf's cheeks and nose with barn red. Do the lettering and the elf's mouth with an ultrafine permanent marker. Dot the lettering with black.

Assembly:
Glue the elf to the base using dowel rods to make it more secure. Hot glue the bow and the bells on. Glue the sign, hat brim and nose to the elf. Spray with clear acrylic matte sealer.



Copyright TinLily Lane 2006
May be used for fun and profit and teaching in class.
No mass or commercial reproduction without consent from Michelle Wolfmeier.




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