Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Welcome to our October Blog Hop featuring our new Base & Bling line!  This line of products lets you have fun – and you can wear your art.  It’s headbands, rings, bracelets, necklaces and hair clips, but it can be so much more – just let you creativity go!  So join us as my fellow Canadian CTMH consultants show you what you can do with Base and Bling.

ABOUT THE HOP
  • This is a circular hop so you can start here and go all the way around.
  • If you came from the talented Krista’s “Simply Creating” blog, then you are going in the right direction!
  • And if you want to follow us from coast to coast, then please start at the beginning with Michelle S.’s "My Creations with Michelle" blog.  The complete blog list is also found here if you get lost along the way. 

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MY PROJECT:
OK, so I’m not much of a jewellery person.  I don’t wear it often, and quite honestly, I didn’t quite know what to do with Base & Bling … in the beginning.  But then I started thinking about the things I DO like to make, especially at this time of year, and thought that the B&B would work WONDERFULLY to make ornaments for my Christmas tree.




So here they are.  Two adorable and different ornaments that you can clip right onto your tree branches, using the Base & Bling hair clip.  I simply got my Christmas Creative Mojo going and built the ornament using stamps, CTMH papers and my wonderful Cricut Artbooking cartridge.  Then, I used the Base & Bling adhesive to attach it to the hair clip.  



** REMEMBER: Make sure you attach to the back with the hair clip “tongs” pointing the right way!



The first ornament I made was the Flakey Friends snowflake.  Super cute, especially when embellished with just a touch of silver Glitter Gel.  I used 3D foam in between each layer to give it some dimension.



The second ornament I made was this super cute springy Santa.  It’s using a new stamp in the Holiday mini, and our awesome self-adhesive springs – I love how Santa boings and dances!




These clips were originally designed for the tree, but they can also be used to dress up a gift bag for someone special!

** WARNING **
These ornaments can be addictive!  As I was making these, 
I kept coming up with ideas to do more and more.  
Santa, please bring me time to create them all!




KEEP HOPPING & LEAVE COMMENTS, PLEASE!


Your next stop on the Cross Canada Hop is the amazing Brae’s “The Brae-er” blog.

Please take the time to leave comments on our posts, as we love to get feedback from our viewers....whether it was something that you really liked or some new technique that was used that you would like to learn how to do....by leaving us comments, we get to hear what you like, and what you want to see.

Thanks for hopping along with us - we hope we were able to inspire you to get creative using some of the designs, paper and techniques seen along the way. Join us again on November 15 when we will be featuring projects from the new and spectacular Holiday Gifts from the Heart mini catalog.  I can’t wait, can you?

6 comments:

  1. Love the ornament clips, that is a great idea, for on the tree, but love the idea as a clip to dress up a gift bag.

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  2. Very cute and very imaginative. I just love these clips.

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  3. What a fantastic idea!! And so darned stinkin' cute!!

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  4. Sheri, these are SO FUN!! What a great idea...

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  5. Love your ornaments, so very cute!!

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