Friday, 17 October 2014

DAY 27 - Christmas Inspiration

Good Friday morning to you all,

Well, day 28 and still going strong!! I really hope that you are not fed up with me! If you are getting that way not long to go now!!
Todays post is still following the theme with Molly Bloom but it isn't a card again.

It is a hanging plaque which could be attached to the front of a card (would need to be 8 x 8).
I started off with a ring of cardstock with a piece of acetate sandwiched in the middle of it.
I then stamped the cottage and the trees, coloured them with promarkers and twinkled with glossy accents and glitter.
The holly leaves have been cut on my Cricut using the Winter Wonderland cartridge.
They were glittered too, it was quite a glittery affair!  the berries are card candy.
the drift wood sign is another Molly Bloom stand, I added a little organza bow and some bakers twine to this.
The twine was also used to hang it up.
This was a great fun project and we all enjoyed making it in the workshop.
Thank you for popping in again,
Have you left a comment yet? time is running out to grab that blog candy so please leave a comment to be in with the running.
Must dash I am at the studio again today for a 9am and 7pm show.  Might even hit the shops in between shows!! or maybe just chill in the green room!
Bye for now
Jo xx


  1. Lovely decoration Jo, lovely details and love the holly leaves around the edge x Susan x

  2. Very pretty deco Jo.
    Just seen your first five minutes but off to work now and will catch up later!

  3. What a lovely project Jo, the addition of the acetate between the wreath circles makes an interesting "canvas" best wishes Jackie xx

  4. Lovely Jo, very pretty and Christmassy

  5. Hi Jo just watched you on C/C you are a busy bee this week take care done over do it
    Love and hugs
    Pauline B

  6. Hi Jo, definitely not bored the cards and the plaque have been inspirational, well done for keep it going with your very busy schedule, hope Mark is being bossy with you . ;-) Jean

  7. Great project Jo. You've had a really hectic week, so hope you're not overdoing it!
    Take care
    Carol B x