Friday, 2 December 2011

The Stampman Challenge-An Ornament

Hello everyone. How's your week been? I hope you all staying clear of these nasty bugs that are flying about at the minute and if not that you feel better really soon.

It's time for another challenge over at The Stampman and this time Mrs Stampman herself, Jill, has asked us to make an ornament. This can be anything from an altered piece to an ornament shaped card, so plenty of options to play with.


Here's my DT piece this time and as you can see I opted for a Christmas Wreath using the tattered Florals Die. It was a great way of reducing my pile of scraps and very easy to make.


My DD helped with the cutting of all the florals and then scrunching them up before adding a brad and spraying with mica powder to crinkle them further. I added some stickles glitter when they were dry and then stuck them on a doughnut of navy card, cut out by drawing round two plates.


I added some silver elegant Flourishes cut from another die for a bit more interest and a piece of oddment ribbon to hang it up with. It's now hanging on a cabinet in our lounge and looking very seasonal.

Jill is offering a £10 voucher to the winner to spend on her shiny new website so why not have a go. The rest of the DT have some gorgeous projects to give you more inspiration so don't forget to pop over to the Challenge blog and have a look.

Thanks for stopping by and have a really lovely weekend whatever you are up too.

15 comments:

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

Hi Lisa, WOW totally gorgeous, I love the blues and silvers this is wonderful, clever you, Gay xxx

JoZart said...

That is so exquisite and beautifully made. I might just get round to making one of those so thanks for your inspiration,
Love Jo x

Angela Weimer said...

A beautiful wreath Lisa and wonderful use of scraps. Have a wonderful weekend. Angela

Jill said...

What a lot of work for you and DD!! It was definitely worth all that effort in the end though. Hope you have a lovely weekend, had hoped to get in the garden but I am not sure that the weather is going to be suitable... weeds... grrr... Jill x

Siobhan Fyffe said...

Wow Lisa - this is lovely!! I love the colours you have chosen.
Siobhan

Brenda Brown said...

Such an amazing wreath Lisa, the colours and shapes are gorgeous and will be perfect for the festive season.
Have a great weekend.
luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

Lisa Jane said...

oh wow his looks so pretty .. i love all those flowers .. i bet it looks fabaulous in real life
Lisa x

craftimamma said...

Oh, this is wonderful Lisa! I love all the blues and I'm sure the shimmer is gorgeous irl. Beautiful inspiration for us all.

BTW I'm not at all surprised your Paint Fusion hangings are selling like hot cakes. They're stunning! Good luck at the fayre.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Elizabeth said...

Gorgeous - love the colours and the tartan bow is just a stunner. I thought you'd used one of those polysterene rings so was pleasantly surprised to read it was made with card - haven't got the same dies but I think I could give this a go substituing with those I already have. Thanks for the inspiration. Elizabeth x

Sam said...

Wow! This is stunning. So nice to see blue instead of the traditional red and white and gold.

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

A beautiful Christmas wreath Lisa - the soft blue shades are gorgeous, and what a great idea to use the flower die.
Hope you're having a lovely weekend.
Hugs, Sylvia xx

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I wouldn't know where to start..!! That is G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S !! You clever girlie, you :)
LLJ xx

Emma said...

AMAZING!! Love everything about this piece of art, it's absolutely stunning and there's just so much detail to love. Beautiful as always, Lisa. :)
Hope you had a good weekend and love to you and your family!
Hugs, Emma xxx

Kezzy said...

Gorgeous. Ive finally caught up again lol. Ive not been well lately and I would like to say a big thanks for all the lovely comments you have gave me. I love your work Lisa, you give me such inspiration every time I read your blog. Kezzy xxx

Lesley said...

Hi Lisa, sorry I've not visited for a while, but your beautiful wreath caught my eye on my blog roll! It's gorgeous! xx