Thursday, July 22, 2010

Christmas in July!

Hi all! I'm back again with some more Maya Road CHA projects. I made about 4 Christmas projects for this show.  But, I'm just going to share two of them with you today.   I was given the Christmas Tree Layer Book and the Mini Christmas Tree Book to work with.  Although these do make adorable tree albums, they have been out a while, so I thought why not make something different out of them. Here's what I came up with....

This first project is an ornament. You can't see it but it has some twine in the back for hanging it to a tree. It's pretty simple to make, so it would be great for an ornament swap or gift.  As you can see I used one of the new doily transparencies for the wings. The satin trim on the skirt and small cream and brown organza flowers, for the sleeves and dress are also new.

The next angel is does take a lot more time than the first, but I love how she turned out. The new goodies on here are the trims, mini pennant banner pieces and the velvet jewel flowers.

I had taken photos of how I put this project together but my Mac died on me...... must have been the presure of CHA!!! :) Anyway, if there is an interest I may do another one for the DT blog.

Here are a few close ups.

All patterned paper is by Collage Press (Joyride collection)

Back soon with more CHA projects.



7 comments:

Papertrails by a paper lover said...

These are fabulous!

Kathlene said...

Oh my! These are incredibly beautiful. I'm a huge fan of your talent and appreciate your sharing your art. Sometimes I only use one or two out of many of the techniques on your projects but it always makes mine look so much better. Thank you for sharing!

Juliana said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! These are just amazing girl!!!

Kathlene said...

I had to come back to see these again...so amazing! (I'm not a stalker, honest) LOL

FERNANDA said...

Q luxo!!! So beautiful!!!! Kisses!!!

Amanda Sevall said...

LOVE it!! Super clever and CUTE uses for that album!!! :)

patthy said...

Quelle détails, quel raffinement dans ton travail, j'en reste sans voix.

 
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