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Friday, 9 December 2016

Crafteezee Collection....In the forrest Winter Wonderland

Hi everyone....

Christmas is approaching fast now so if you have to make some lovely Christmas creations you really should start now.
I have made a sweet wintery creation with the bauble from the Crafteezee Collection.
I think you know what the Crafteezee Collection is but for those who don't know.....
It's a limited collection, assembled by Tracy and every month there's a new one.....In the Forrest Winter Wonderland is the November collection and the December one is called....DECADENCE.
That sounds promising isn't it?

Let's see now what my Christmas bauble turned out to be....


Isn't it sweet??? I have so many spools in my stash so I decided to use one for my creation. I left the grey linen on the spool and turned the beautiful lace from the kit around it.
On the top of the spool I did foamball clay snow and because that's a little bit sticky, I could confirm my bauble . The bauble has some foamball clay on it too and sweet pearl trim....you can use any kind of trim you like...it looks lovely on the bauble.
At the top I made a lovely bow and with a piece of string I confirmed the 2 lovely golden rhinestone snowflakes charms.



I added a lot of items from the collection like the artifical fir springs, the shabby white cinnamon sticks, the shabby white minnature larch cones, a twigged heart, the lovely white flowers....It looks so lovely all those pretty embellishments...


I added some things from my own stash....there's always something that fits perfectly with the rest.
My craftroom looks a bit like a store with all those lovely things...only a bit messier....lol.....


And this is how it's on top of the dresser....along with the over-de-top shiny glass pears.....
This year will be a very shiny Christmas in our house....I love it....

I hope you liked my creation.....see you back next week.
Have a lovely weekend....xxx Plony

The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:

Happy Birthday...

Good morning!

I hope you are all well! It's Friday and is again my turn to share some inspiration...
I'm tottaly obsessed with Lollypop Cards!!!
Today I'm sharing my first one made with new Pion Design papers. I looove them!!!!




The papers used are Roses in Bloom, Climbing Roses and Borders... for Butterflies and sentiments...
I've added few doilies and Cheesecloth.
I couldn't used this gorgeous Magnolia stamp without Vintage Seam Binding and lovely Lace Eloise from Tracy's amazing shop.



The Magnolia stamp is from Advent Calendar box... just adorable!!!

All the products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:


Thursday, 8 December 2016

Winter Wonder


Today I'm happy to be bringing you two cards.  I'm getting ahead (or maybe just on time) so I figured I better double up my sharing for you all to see.  😊  For my first card I used the papers from Whimsy Stamps "Winter Wishes" pad and paired them up with the super cute stamp also from Whimsy "Winter Wonder".  Taking her teddy bear for a walk - ahhhhh the memories of being a kid.  LOL!!


I made myself a little forest and added some snowtex on each tree, built up dimension and even sneaked a little deer charm in there too.   What's a forest without an animal of some kind?


My usual bouquet full of pretties, which I also added the Snowtex too.  Love those wooden white snowflakes!!


I thought I'd share a masculine Christmas card because I'm sure we all have at least one we should be making this season.  I used the papers from Studio Light called "Frozen Forest".


The die is Marianne Designs called "Tiny's Reindeer Die" and it's not in the shop but Tracy can bring it in for you.   I showed this angle on the card so you could see the man glitter on the large Scrapiniec holly wreath.  LOL!  Seems when I call it "man glitter" it's accepted.  😀  Oh and it is the Tim Holtz distress glitter so that should work too right?  LOL!


This angle shows the reindeer is actually in the center of the card and not on the outside.  I even cut the die twice and added some dimension tape behind the die.  I also added a couple of Scrapiniec snowflakes (which aren't in stock but many others are) and birch bark stars.


The trees are Joy dies "Happy Holidays" to which I added Snowtex for that even more wintery feeling.  

There you have it!!  Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great weekend!
Hugs!

Eulanda

Copics for Winter Wonder:

E000, 00, 04, 11, 21, R20
B91, 93, 95, 97, 99
G21, 94, 99
BG11, 13, 49, 78
YR21, 23, E15, 18
E30, 31, 34, 35, 37

The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop:

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Christmas Decorations using MDF Hearts.

Good morning.
I hope you are all well and having a lovely week.
 
For my DT project today...
 
It's Beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
 
As soon as I received these MDF hearts from Dutch Doobadoo I knew I wanted to make some decorations for my Christmas tree. I really enjoyed making these and I am sure I will make some more for next year so that I can have them all around the tree. They are not listed in the shop as yet but if you drop Tracy in line she will be able to get them for you.
 
 
You can just see three on my tree from this photo but I have added them all below for you to take a closer look.
The papers are all by Pion Design and a link to the product can be found at the bottom of this post.

 
For the first one I made a snowy scene with the Joy Polar Bears. I have actually added some fake snow from my Christmas Tree as I didn't have any craft fake snow.
I think these fir branches are fabulous and they add so much texture to your crafts.
 
 
The heart above has a Scrapiniec Poinsettia added which I added glitter too. The pine cones and cinnamon stick are also new to the store.
 

 
I think this one is my favourite. Love the gold and silver together - so beautifully sparkly.
 

 
Or, maybe this one is my favourite! I have glittered the Scrapiniec Holly Jolly decoration and the flower has been made from the Christmas set with Deer. On the top of the flower I added a wooden snowflake to which I threaded some wax cord.


 
For the final heart underneath the flower display is one of the new Rusty Tin Corrugated Hearts. They have more rusty tin products and I will certainly be ordering them - they add some lovely texture to your projects.
 
If you would like to join our challenge for this month, the theme is sparkly.
 
Thank you all for stopping by today and for your lovely comments.
 
Enjoy the rest of your week and have a lovely weekend.
Hugs Sharon. xxx



The products used can be ordered in the Noor! Design U.K. webshop: