Friday, November 23, 2012

~**Prizes**Christmas Ornament Sun Catcher- All Things Altered Blog Hop~

Good morning and welcome to the last stop on the 
All Things Altered Winter Blog Hop.

My project is a versatile project- it could be a long ornament
OR a winter window sun-catcher! :) 
I took a Clear Scraps Tree mini album, I coated the edges in Piccolo
Enamel powder and heat set it. Creating a little bit of crinkling on the trees. 
 Then I used Clearsnap glitter to create a snowy feel.  
 After that I punched holes in the button and threaded them with gold ribbon.
And placed the Momenta Metals snowflakes on each side. 
(This is two sided) 
Then I threaded a Connie Crystal sun-catcher at the bottom. 
 I love the end project, I am so making more this week!
There are plenty of prizes along the way you do not want to miss any of this hop!

Since I am the LAST chickita on the blog hop you can go
 back to the beginning right here

And if you missed the last one just head back to here

Have fun and happy Black Friday!!!!



Anonymous said...

Thanks for the awesome share and great idea, off to explore the rest of your blog. I see I will be here for a while :-)

Pammejo said...

Fabulous, love the inspiration and the versatility of your project... think I will have to make a few to add to my Christmas tree this year. I can see the lights dancing behind the acrylic already. TFS and being a part of The All Things Altered Winter Blog Hop.

Barbara Rankin said...

What a clever idea for a Christmas ornament. I never would have thought to use an acrylic mini book page to make these. They turned out beautifully and I just might have to try making one for myself. TFS

Anonymous said...

This is a very creative idea and I love the snowflakes on the trees, just adds the right touch. Thanks for sharing.

Ava Gavloski said...

great sun catcher pinky!!! Love all aspects and embellishments of this off the page project.
ava g

Hill Top Creations said...

Love it should catch the sun lovely.. also makes a lovely door hanger.. take care

Dot said...

Love it!! What a creative idea!!

Tanya said...

Beautiful sun catcher! Very creative idea :) phenis2031 at yahoo dot com

Becky Dunham said...

Oh my goodness Pinky! This is so beautiful! I want to make a dozen or so! Thanks for the tutorial! I can't believe you started with a scrapbook - what a clever idea :) Thanks so much for sharing this brilliant project!

Sue D said...

I bet this is so pretty when the sun shines through.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Antoinette/Cultivate Life in Joy said...

WoW! What an absolutely gorgeous piece...LOVE..LOVE..LOVE it.its simply beautiful and a sweet idea.

silvia said...

Stunning ornament!!

Gloria Stengel said...

So pretty and sparkly!

Kelly Sas said...

Once again Pinky you amaze me! Your ornament is stunning - I love it. Hope you and your men had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

Very pretty--it is so refreshing. I like the idea.
kristainmn at gmail dot com

Karenladd said...

wow is this gorgeous!! Love how it looks in a natural setting with all that sparkle!

remonstrance said...

OMG!!!! This is stunning!!!

<3 <3 <3

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Oh my goodness! I love how icy these trees look, and the beading is so beautiful. Thanks for the great step by step. I just became a follower, and am adding you to my reader.

EstherT said...

I love, love, love this project! It is so perfect for hanging in the window to catch the light!
esthert119 (at) yahoo (dot) ca