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Saturday, December 3, 2011

"Tis' The Season To Hop" *Day #2*

Hello and welcome to day #2 of 
"Tis' The Season to Hop"
If your coming over to this hop for the first time, 
head over to the beginning in the previous post all the 
details are over there.

Today's project, fabric Ornaments! 
I decided to use fabrics because I love sewing, I only wish I could do more!! But anyhow, I cut out 4" circles using their circles die by Spellbinders and made some ornaments to hang!

I love different textured fabrics, so I used burlap, canvas, felt, cotton and batting for a "stuffed" ornament! :)

Here are the "Traditional and Rustic" ornaments...
These are the beautiful "Shabby Chic Ornaments"
(tutorial in my video below!)
I think these Shabby ones can be somehow incorporated 
in a wedding!! The colors are a classy elegant, love these! 
That's it...my tree next year will be a 
"Shabby Chic" theme...oooh, I can't wait!!

If I don't carry the supplies I used, I wanna help you find them!!:)
~Products used....
Wild Orchid Crafts: silver buckle, lace, flowers, 
crochet flower, berries and holly leaves
Fabrics: Craft Warehouse 
(You can also find themed fabrics at your local fabric store!)
Prairie Bird Boutique: Vintage wrinkled seam binding.
Tim Holtz die: Mini Flourish (die cuts)
Diamond Dust: Michaels Store
Mini Tag Punch: Similar to the one I used, by Marvy
Distress inks: "Old Paper" by Tim Holtz
Lindy's Stamp Gang: Scintillating Silver (Glitz Spritz)
Other items: my stash.

Here is my video with the tutorial on these ornaments!
enjoy:)


Happy hopping guys, please don't forget to leave a comment and follow my blog to be eligible to win some great goodies!! 
Head over to Kimi's blog next!
(list and links to the line-up is in the previous post!)

See you guys tomorrow!

23 comments:

  1. They are really beautiful Jules and thanks for the tutorial!
    Tracey J.

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  2. Beautiful. I have had these 2x2 cross stitch pictures I did maybe 5 years ago. I couldn't decide how I wanted to finish them, You have given me the idea how to encorporate these two together! I'm so excited. You have 2 fab days of ornaments so far, keep up the good work! Thanks so much.I'm loving these "a ha" moments. LOL

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  3. Jules, I love these! I love fabric too, being a home seamstress in my youth, lol!My fave is the one with trim I sent you, (giggles). TFS beautifu!Sandi

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  4. WOWSERS!!! These are soooooo beautiful! I really love it!

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  5. very very pretty. thanks for sharing.

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  6. Wow, Wow, Wow Jules! I lovely the shabby chic ones, they are stunning and I agree they definitely could be incorporated to fit a wedding. Lee x

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  7. Gorgeous. My favorites are the shabby chic ones. Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

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  8. OMGosh! You are so creative with those little beauties! I love them once again. TFS

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  9. OMG they are GORGEOUS!...
    (I seriously dont know how to sew!...)
    I LOVE 'em!...
    TFS Jules!... =)

    Hugz,
    ღ ∫ℓ∂ηℓttℓ ღ

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  10. The shabby chic is my fav! :)

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  11. LOL! I have looked at these numerous times because every time I look at them I see another detail I missed earlier! Great JOb!

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  12. Aloha Jules! Man, you are definitely one crafty chick! Love both styles of ornaments and yeah, I can def see the shabby chic ones as wedding items! Can't wait to see what you have for us tomorrow! xoxo, Linda

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  13. I adore the rustic ornament set! It reminds me of Christmas in Kentucky, which makes me homesick! I will have to get a small tree to decorate just with this style ornament! Love this idea!! TFS!

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  14. Oh girly!! LOVE THEM!! tHE WHITE ones are lovely! oh wow!!!! thanks so much for all your hard work...
    xoxoxo
    elsa

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  15. really cute jules and very original idea hugs joanne

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  16. wow this ornaments are really awsomes!!! Love the shabby style! TFS!!! Hugs.. Maggy :)

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  17. I Luv these especially because they look so Shabby Chic! TfS! HuGs, Valerie G

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  18. I just love these, will have to give it a go

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  19. great ornaments, I also love to sew so will try those rustic ornament.

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Thanks for visiting! Jules