Hello! Whew! I took a long break---and it was so nice:) The kids go back to school today. My youngest already told me twice yesterday that she is going to miss me a lot today because she will be away from me all day again :( Guess we had too much fun!
Anyway, I am slowing getting back into my craft room as I have had little time to fit much in between putting up the Christmas decorations and visiting with family. I do have an easy ornament project to share today, however.
Remember the advent calendar I made a few weeks ago? I had several tins left over from it and thought they would made cute ornaments. Here is the first one I made:
I used Echo Park- This & That: Christmas chipboard on the inside and paper to frame the outside edge using Spellbinders circle and scalloped circle dies. I used an SRM sticker (Fancy Sticker Sentiments: Christmas) to layer over the outside of the tin. I punched a hole in the top of the tin using a Cropadile and then threaded the hemp through to create a hanger. A little bit of Marashino baker's twine and a heart stick pin (Little Yellow Bicycle) finish off this easy project.
Speaking of baker's twine---Did you see the two new colors that The Twinery just released---Platinum Shimmer and Gold Shimmer? Heavenly! Might have to give some of that away soon ;)
Thanks for stopping by!