Tuesday, December 18, 2012

~Dancer Ornaments~




We are getting down to the wire, aren't we???


I want to share a couple of ornaments I've made for my girlies' dance instructors.















 They were both made with the chipboard technique that Erin introduced here.


I love the red and white scene at



It inspired me to keep the design simple and "red" oriented.




 Deck the Tree Trimmings



Word Art Wednesday#58
~God will take care of you~







I would write more, but my brain is mush at the moment.


I always appreciate visitors~thanks for stopping by friends!!!


You always bless me when you take the time to visit~


supplies: Memory Box Lady Dancing die, Carta Bella Beautiful Moments Cherish DP,Sizzix Hello Kitty frame die (I believe it's retired), Scor-Tape,Tombow glue,Papertrey Ink stone cardstock,Bazzill red cardstock,Xyron sticker maker





10 comments:

  1. oh i love this...fun ornament..

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  2. Super pretty!! Love the dancing ladies! Thank you for playing along at the FTTC.

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  3. What a wonderful gift! Lovely ornament!

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  4. Thanks so much for your support, Marlena. Your help is greatly appreciated and i love this darling ornament. Thanks for sharing!
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  5. These ornaments are so darling and perfect for a dance instructor. So cute to dangle on the bottle!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  6. Sweet ornaments! Lovely and perfect with the cranberry colored gifts! Glad you joined us at Simon Says Stamp and Show.

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  7. Oh my goodness Marlena! I am in love with your ornaments! What a darling addition to your gifts! The teacher will love them. Thanks for joining us for the Timeless Tuesday Challenge!

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  8. Love these, and all your embellished bath gifts. They are made so much more special that way. The double dancers on your first ornament are fantastic! I bet the instructors were so surprised that you made them : )

    I wanted to wish you a very Merry Christmas, Marlena. So happy to have you as a bloggy friend!

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  9. These are darling! Especially love the doubled-up dancers on the first one. Thanks so much for joining us at the FTTC!

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Thank you for your kind words and taking the time to stop in! ;)