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Monday, August 2, 2010

A couple of items that were for the ESAD Blog Hop

Hi everyone,

Well I have managed to photograph a couple of the items I made for the ESAD Christmas in July Blog Hop. Unfortunately I didn't finish everything and I can't quite get the inspiration to complete them now. The sad thing is that Spotlight on Christmas is a stamp set that I love and is on the Once Last Chance list. Hopefully before this month is over I will be able to show you the last item I was going to make for this Blog Hop as it uses Spotlight on Christmas.

Firstly I have two rather plain Christmas Cards. I like plain. Clean and Simple is my motto. Here I have used Spotlight on Christmas and used Pink Pirouette and Certainly Celery.

The tree is made using the Full Heart Punch. The sentiment is from the Level 1 Hostess Set Best Yet but I have omitted some of the words.

I also made three more Christmas Cards using Spotlight on Christmas using more traditional colours. I used Ruby Red, Old Olive, Baja Breeze (just love it for Christmas) and some Chocolate Chip.







Lastly I made a couple of Top Note Characters. Now these are by no means my idea and I got the idea and directions from a blog called wunsaponatime (click here to check out the site). There is also a U-Tube link to make Rudolph.

Now these guys are cute and fun to make. I made the boxes big enough to put lots of Christmas lollies in them. I have also used Pink Pirouette for Santa due to Blush Blossom retiring and have used Soft Suede for Rudolph rather than Close to Cocoa that I would normally have used. These guys will be featuring in an upcoming class so stay tuned for more details.

'Til next time,

Juliette

4 comments:

Amanda for Nanny Kate Design said...

Gorgeous work Juliette1 I love the Baja Breeze too!

Paula Fuller said...

Juliette, your work is amazing. Those pinks are so pretty for Christmas and your rudolf is so cute!!

Inky Aly said...

Lovely things Juliette. I really like that you did non-traditional as well as traditional combinations. Cute cute Rudolph.

Debbie Lamb said...

Wow - you've certainly been making up for lost time! Love all your projects. They're very inspirational!

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