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Saturday, 2 December 2017

Jem's December Blog Hop - Christmas Decorations



I can't believe it's been 4 months since I've joined in the Jem's Blog Hop! Think my New Year's Resolution needs to be to blog more often & share more lovely Stampin' Up! products with you.

Our theme for the month of December is, not surprisingly, Christmas Decorations or anything you would make to decorate the home or Christmas table.


A couple of months ago I promised my class ladies that we would do some candle embossing in my All Day Christmas Event & the Carols Of Christmas stamp set is perfect for this project. All of my class ladies received this stamp set in their product bundle so they'll be able to make lots more of these possibly for Christmas gifts. To finish off the candle they used the gorgeous Black & White Striped Ribbon & the ever so cute Green Sprigs.


These shadow frames were very popular as well & are ever so easy to make. Again we used the Green Sprigs to form the wreath & the ribbon for the hanger. The frame was finished off with the gorgeous Merry Music Speciality Designer Series Papers which are so versatile.


Both of these frames were made using the same Carols of Christmas stamp set in different ways. The little ornaments really finish off the Crumb Cake version I think.

Hope you've enjoyed my projects & will hop along to Uma's blog which has the fab name of A Sense Of Uma . . . . . . .

https://asenseofuma.blogspot.com/2017/12/christmas-decorations.html

11 comments:

  1. Wow you have been busy - loving the candle - I need to find time to do this for my Christmas table xx

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    1. Thanks Sam. They are great fun to make & so easy . . . .just watch you don't burn your fingers with the heat gun . . . . .ask me how I know lol!x

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  2. Stunning projects Sharon.... and ouch! But the candle is so worth it!

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  3. Great projects Sharon, I really must have a go at one of these shadow boxes! Thanks for sharing xx

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  4. Beautiful - I especially love the monochrome on the candle, very classy.

    PS I haven't burned myself on the heat gun lately, but I did cover two fingers in hot glue just yesterday....

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  5. Gorgeous, I'll have to put shadow boxes on my list to try as they look so impressive. The ladies at your event were very lucky!

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    1. Uma there are some fab tutorials on Youtube & Amanda has step by step instructions on her blog.

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  6. I love both of these projects, they look so effective! I also love that ribbon it gives your projects that perfect extra pizzazz!

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  7. Your card is gorgeous.such a sweet image, I love the soft colours and beautiful detailing.
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