Friday, December 20, 2013

BoBunny Design Team December Blog Hop

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If you have come from Lisa Gregory's blog you are on the right track!

Hi Everyone! It's Lisa Novogrodski here blogging from the cold Northeast. I reside in Rhode Island, the smallest state here in New England. Although I do not love WINTER I love the change of seasons and I love living on the coast. During the summertime you will find me at the beach at least 3 times a week!

For this blog hop we are sharing projects with the Elf Magic collection. I like to use collections in ways other than the obvious. I enjoy creating in a shabby chic fashion and one of my biggest inspirations for small projects is the fabulous Melissa Phillips.

I'm inspired by so much of her work for cards and altered items and got the idea to make a shabby ornament featuring this collection.



I decoupaged a paper mache heart with the Elf Magic Mischief papers.
I tore the papers up into small pieces and used modge podge to adhere.


Then I went over it with a decoupage sealer. I then coated it in Mica flakes for lots of holiday sparkle.


I used gesso to whiten the twine handle and then tied seam binding, lace and eyelash yarn around it.

Some chipboard snowflakes from my stash were added. They were coated in modeling paste and glitter. I topped them off with the chipboard elements from the Elf Magic 12 x 12 chipboard. 

I die cut a tag and attached some of the stickers from the Elf Magic Misc. Me stickers.



Let it snow...let it snow...let it snow...

Your next stop is: Lynn Shokoples

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15 comments:

Wilma Voermans said...

You used the collection in a fun way, beautiful!!

Dee in N.H. said...

Oh wow! That's really pretty! It must look gorgeous tucked into the tree with the lights bouncing off the glitter, I love it!

cghundley said...

So pretty and
lots of details
on it.
Carla from Utah

blbabe1234 said...

Very pretty! Its gorgeous!

Aartje said...

This is grogeous, great christmasproject.
Hugs Aartje

barbara macaskill said...

What a gorgeous ornament! LOVE all the frippery on it!!! Busy in such a good way! TFS!

Linda Eggleton said...

Beautiful!

Aunt Dee said...

Very nice

langeatheart said...

Gorgeous ornaments! Merry Christmas all the best! http://mybeaner.blogspot.ca/

Lynn said...

What a stunning ornament! I love all the sparkle and shine!

Heidi said...

Lisa, this is adorable!

Caroleanne Wright said...

Oh I agree adorable indeed, will look great on the tree. Merry Christmas.

Ava Gavloski said...

very artistic

Keti said...

Very nice. Thanks for inspiration.

Denise van Deventer said...

Such a cool project! Love this and so beautifully done! ;-)

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