Friday, October 12, 2007

Blogger's Challenge - Week #16 - Ornament


Happy Friday! This week's challenge is to create an ornament. I wanted to try the ornament that Lisa Somerville posted a couple of weeks ago. I used the Holiday Time designer paper from the Winter mini catalog with the scallop punch. I'm not sure that mine is too symetrical but here it is.


Also below is an ornament that I made a couple of months ago from an Outline Stamp. I love the look of the outline stamps but they do take some time to cut and layer the pieces.




14 comments:

Lynn Mercurio said...

Both ornaments are wonderful. I love the beads that dangle from the bottom of the first one, and the Outline Stamps make such beautiful displays. You did a great job on both!

Stefanie said...

I love them both Marilyn! So pretty!

Sue said...

Marilyn!!! I love them both... I was going to do the scallop one too, but then I saw Lisa's new post, and then I saw Leigh's post, and then.... I have no idea what to do!

I have never used an outline stamp, but I admire your job - they always impress me.

Lori said...

These are both beautiful. The detail on the Outline Stamps one is amazing.

Summerthyme Studio said...

Marilyn, they both are lovely. I really like the colour and the detail on the outline stamp

Vicki

amycara said...

Very nice! Both are terrific!

Lisa Bohler said...

Both ornaments are GREAT!

astampingteddy said...

Both ornaments are great!

Lila H said...

Both are perfect to hang from the tree!! I love, love, love the outline ornaments and all the layers!

Julie Campbell said...

Wow! Great job with the ornaments! I had no idea you could make an ornament with a punch! How cool!

Karen said...

I think they turned out great!! I also did the ornament that Lisa had posted a bit ago!! :)

Connie said...

VERY pretty, Marilyn! I want to try the scallop one, too!

Connie

Basement Stamper said...

Great ornaments Marilyn, I absolutely love the bottom one and you can tell how much time and effort you put in to it.

SweetMissDaisy (Anna Wight) said...

oh wow.... these are great! I can't imagine doing that detailed cutting -- you did it perfectly!