Today I have one more ornament featured on the Pink Paislee blog made with their Tinsel Town line. I used a large Making Memories chipboard snowflake and covered it in snowflake paper and machine stitched down each arm to hold the paper on. On the edges, I used Coconut glitter (Pixee Stix) to create the look of snow. To add softness, the Tinsel Town ribbon was curled around the snowflake. The "Merry Christmas" was cut from the Postcards paper and a rub on swirl added. Another rub on snowflake was applied to a piece of a transparency and then cut out. The small chipboard snowflake is by Melissa Frances. I hated to give this one away, but it went to a great cause! The Pink Paislee gals raised money for charity with our ornaments to benefit Operation Christmas Child, you can read more about it on the blog here.
The next card kit is going to be available soon from Create My Keepsake. I'm so excited about this one! The papers are October Afternoon's Good Cheer line and are double sided...they are just so darn adorable. I'll show you my cards soon. If you haven't signed up for a card kit membership and wish to, let me know and I'll see if Lisa has any more memberships available. The kits have been selling fast and are usually gone by the time the card kit members shop. :) Lisa packs these kits so full! I LOVE them!!
I'm working on my cards right now... just thought I'd pop in and show you the kit really quick. OK, back to work! Thanks for stopping in. Have a terrific day!