Thursday, 2 December 2010

Say It With... Christmas Scene Baubles

The time has come for another challenge over at the Annabelle Stamps blog, and this time we're saying it with Christmas Scene Baubles!
The Team worked with the cute stamp set of the same name, and I'd love you to check it out! It's delicious... you can find it here in the ABS store.

Of course if you decide to play with us, you're welcome to use any stamps you want - as soon as it's a Christmas bauble/ornament, we'd love to see where creativity gets you!
In a gesture of appreciation for our dear players, there's a prize up for grabs to one lucky participant in any of our December challenges - a $20 gift voucher to the ABS store!! Every entry in either challenge gives one chance to win.

For my sample, I decided to make some 3-D ornaments, that I've seen popping up in the blogland a lot lately. They're very simple to create - you only need to stamp and cut out four baubles, score them in the middle and join them together, so that each of these joins the other one back to back along one side. Before adhering the last bit, remember to slip some kind of 'hanger' in the middle - be it ribbon, string, baker's twine...

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The last one reminds me of a Japanese lantern, with a twine tassel and the red & white colour combo... I didn't plan on this look, but I'm really digging it!

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Supplies for all ornaments: paper: Lily Bee Designs, Cosmo Cricket; stamps: Annabelle Stamps (Christmas Scene Baubles); ink: Versafine (Onyx Black); blue & white twine; string; button; satin ribbon

Now it's your turn to show us what you've got! To link up your creation, hop on over to the ABS blog. Thanks for swinging by, and have fun creating! xxx
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6 comments:

  1. How fun! I love that you created Ornaments with the Baubles set.

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  2. Your ornaments are SO cute! I love every single one. How fun and festive!!

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  3. great idea! they will be beautiful on a christmas tree.

    Janna

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  4. these are all stunning, what a fabulous idea! funnily enough I dropped in to see a friend and she had some on display that her daughter had made!!! going to give them a whirl, you make them look sooooo good! :)

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  5. Simply STUNNING work, Iwona! LOVE your ornaments, just stunning!

    Take Care,
    Kylie X

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  6. I love your ornaments. I have to make some of these.

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