Wednesday, 19 December 2012

ABC Christmas Challenge - Y is for...

I have another project for our current ABC Christmas Challenge, where the theme is:

'Y is for Your Favourite Punch and/or Die'

We have two amazing sponsors for this challenge:

And the prize from the Stamp Fairy:

There's also a 50% sale on at the moment so pop over there to grab a bargain...

The lovely Heidi at Simon Says Stamp are offering one lucky entrant 
A $15 voucher to spend in her store 

I've made some Chritmas tree ornaments this time, and used one of my most used dies...a plain Nestie Circle...what did we do before these were invented??? I cut 6 circles for each one from various silver papers...then embossed (and debossed by accident!) them using my Cuttlebug 'Snowflakes' folder. After folding them all down their centres, I glued them together to make 'baubles'. I did try to photograph them on my tree, but the lighting was really bad (although they did look pretty!), so here they are displayed on my jewellery stand:

I'm also entering these into the following challenges:
For more inspiration from my lovely DT buddies, and some lovely guest designers, please pop over to the ABC Christmas Challenge.


Caroline said...

Helen these are gorgeous. Caroline xxx

Dot said...

Really beautiful, Helen.
hugs Dorte

Squirrel x said...

Baubles of delight! These are fabulous hunny - inspired. Hugs Sxx

Desire Fourie said...

Oooh your ornaments are great. They would look fab on our tree as well ... lol.
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Zw@@n said...

Lovely, like these baubles very much!
Great idea. xx Wilma

Cumbrianlass said...

these are gorgeous and will look lovely on your tree
Thanks for joining in the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge

Annette said...

These are amazing Helen. I love them.

Sandra H said...

Helen, These are stunning x

Kat said...

Loving your decorations Helen, really pretty.

Kat xx

Anonymous said...

These are great Helen what a good idea! hugs me xx

Lisa M said...

Those are gorgeous ornaments. I love that they are not in traditional Christmas colors but the shape and color make them truly classy!

Thank you so much for playing along with us at Top Tip Tuesday!
Lisa xx