December 13, 2011

Day 2: A Banner year!

Day 2 brings a "Merry Christmas" Banner made for a dear colleague.  It was a special request, custom colors project.  It is truly art from the heart; made with love for a sweet person with a kind soul.  It uses the Tim Holtz "Artful Dwellings" die; how perfect!  Each 'house' is embellished with fancy trim, punched shapes and glittered letters.  There is even a clock tower house and Santa's key!  It was truly a fantastically fun project to make and once the Holidays settle down I may just make one for myself.   Sometimes it is AFTER Christmas is over that I can relax and enjoy some crafting time for 'christmas projects'; the best part is pulling them out the following year as something new!





Enjoy and Be Inspired!

12 comments:

  1. This is really awesome! Looks like you spent a lot of time on it.

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  2. Massively awesome!!! Great detail too!!!

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  3. Wow, this is so gorgeous! Every house is so much fun to look at! Happy Holidays!

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  4. my conversation this morning with Sherwin:

    me: Hey Sherwin come look at this card carolyn made!

    Sherwin: Oh wow!!

    me: See it's a banner...it pulls out...

    sherwin: she's amazing! Wow....

    pause

    Sherwin: is her blog all about card making? Wow...she's soo good.

    pause (putting his shoes on) - (Still sherwin) She could work for halmark with her designing skills.

    (shoes on...still sherwin) what am I saying? She's way better than Halmark.....

    :) Simply beautiful - merry christmas/hugs!
    W

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  5. gorgeous! I may try something like this.... I was thinking of something for the mantle. But oh, your's is so lovely! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. Ooh this is just fabulous, so creative - love it!

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  7. Great project! I love the dwellings die - we used it for my grandson's ornament this year.

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  8. WOW what a great use of the die. It looks incredible.

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  9. Absolutely magnificent! The photos are great but... Oh, when you see it in person!

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