Saturday, 3 December 2011

Going round in circles and candy



Before I tell you about our new theme at  Allsorts  a little reminder that I have a weekend candy on the go, all you need to do is leave a comment over the weekend either here, on tomorrows post or yesterdays which also has a picture, to be in with a chance of winning.

At Allsorts Debs has us all going round in circles this week so I thought I would share another of my Christmas wreaths (instructions here) which I created for the demo day at Sir Stampalot a few weeks ago.

The Christmas rose in the centre was stamped with Woodware JGS256 onto Studio 490 Modelling Film, coloured with Aquamarkers and then heated and moulded into shape. D0n't know if you have tried this film out, but it really is something a little bit different and real fun to work with and unlike shrink plastic stays the same size but allows you to mould it when warm. And if you don't like the finish, you just warm it up again.

For this one I used the gorgeous December 25th DP's from Kaiser, I really do think these are one my favourite Christmas DP's for years, there is something about the rich traditional colours that never fail to please.

Have a good weekend everyone.

60 comments:

  1. This is beautiful a great idea x

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  2. Great decoration Brenda!
    Very creative and I totally agree about the papers, really beautiful :)
    Have a nice weekend and I hope you are ok sweetie
    Hugs, Jill

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  3. Very beautiful and unique creation!
    Have a great weekend!

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  4. What a brilliant decoration, I love it :)
    Jackie xx

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  5. Love the little peep holes in your decoration Brenda :)
    Von x

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  6. Thats lovely Brenda, what a great idea. Going to have a look at your tutorial and give it a go.
    JO x

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  7. Lovely Brenda. Like the detail with the little bells
    Mags
    x

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  8. Brenda this is unique and so very brilliant. Love it so much.
    Beautiful decoration.
    Lovely greet and a nice weekend
    Marja

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  9. Wow Brenda this is beautiful. Love those papers and the Christmas Rose is gorgeous. Must try some of that film.
    Denise xx

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  10. this is so beautiful...love it!!

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  11. What a great idea the little punch outs take it to the highest level XOXO Zoe

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  12. wow this is fabulous! so creative! Hugs Juls

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  13. What a fabulous creation Brenda. The little cones look so pretty in all those lovely papers.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Hugs, Fliss xx

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  14. WOW! Very beautiful and unique creation!
    Hugs, Tanya x

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  15. Muy lindo y facil de hacer, gracias por mostrarnos.

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  16. wow i love your project.

    I hope we all realize that our life so also the weekend can be worse as we think we have it no.

    Be thankfull for what you have and your weekend will be great.

    Eveline

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  17. its so creative :) very nice

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  18. A very striking creation - love the little belld in the wreath too. I like the idea of this challenge - might even manage to fit having a play with my new
    TH dies & the Big Shot before the new furniture arrives next week.
    Paula (PEP)

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  19. Hi Wow this is amazing could not buy a prettier decoration ! I adore these papers and the punched circles with the bells ! That's it the housework can wait till tomorrow lol I am off to make one ! Thankyou for the super inspiration!! Kitty ;0)

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  20. oh wow hun this is brilliant gosh adore this hugs cherylxxxx

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  21. This is so pretty. Love how you added the bells inside the cones.

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  22. Great project, love to see the tutorial. Hugs,moni

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  23. I love this project and the bells are adorable!

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  24. A brilliant idea, thanks for sharing!!
    Luciana

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  25. bellissimo progetto, un'idea da "copiare", grazie

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  26. great project - will do it for my room! thanks you show it for us!

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  27. hi dear
    it was a while I didn't pass to visit you... how are you?? hope you are fine... this home decor is amazing dear!!! I love it!
    hugs
    Sadi

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  28. This is lovely I really like how the bells in the centre of the circles. I will have to have a look at this woodware film for a potential future purchase. Laura

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  29. this is very effective, love it x

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  30. you are just so talented - this is amazing.
    Ann xxx

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  31. oh wow this is fabulous Brenda - my kind of project and i love the little bells
    Lisa x

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  32. Really lovely project. I lOVE the central flower. When looking at it, I was wondering how you achieved such a glossy look, and then you gave me the answer. I had not heard of this film, but it seems to be stunning. Thank you for giving so much details, it really makes a difference.
    Thank you for the inspiration,
    Laetitia xx

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  33. wow this is beautiful...I love how you added the bells...

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  34. wow, it looks wonderful.

    Wishes
    Simi

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  35. wonderful Christmas decoration) I hope that you are ok!

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  36. wow this is really awsome, love it!!!!
    Paula

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  37. This is stunning Brenda and yep, those papers are gorgeous x

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  38. I love it! really unusual and fabulous wreath!

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  39. Brenda that is one beautiful wreath. Thanks for the instructions.

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  40. Awesome creation hun love it!!!

    Lotsa hugs Vicky xxx

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  41. Amazing project Brenda will have to give this a go. xx

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  42. great and unusual idea
    With best wishes,
    Viktoria

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  43. Wow! What a lovely project!!! Love it!

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  44. Oh my word Brenda! This is INCREDIBLE!! Wow! Im gobsmacked. Absolutely amazingly beautiful. Lee x

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  45. This is a gorgeous project. I love the flower in the centre.
    Nikki x

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  46. So beautiful Brenda, I just LOVE this ornament wreath idea!!!

    I just finished my own wreath on my blog, but its nothing as nice and fancy as yours!

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  47. Beautiful project! Thanks for the chance!

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  48. This is so beautiful Brenda, I love it. Thanks for sharing instructions. I must have a look in case I ever have time to make one lol!

    Take care,

    Kat xx

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  49. Haven't heard of this modeling film yet but will have to find some to play with. This is just beautiful!

    :) Gale

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  50. A brilliant idea,I love it.
    Nice paper you used.
    Hugs harma

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  51. Gorgeous papers and a peek of what looks to be a lovely ribbon to hang the wreath. Hadn't heard of modeling film, but it sounds like fun to play with. Hope you are having a nice crafty weekend.
    Hugs,
    R/

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  52. Lovely ornament! I love the papers you chose for it, perfect for my kitchen.

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  53. Hi I am just finishing mine off so much fun I adore your flower in the centre so beautiful !! Kitty ;0)

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  54. This is gorjuss, do know shrink, but not this film, looks good tho, i have also some film(not sure of the name,lol) which can be used with fibres inbetween 2 layers, then fuse by ironing it, have not used it in a long time, gotta take some serious time for playing some, right!!!
    It looks so festive,love it!!
    lotsa luv

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  55. HI brenda, how are you doing hun!! Hope you are ok! Love your gorgeous Christmas ornament, what an original and simple way to create such a stunning decoration. Great job!! HUgs, Frea

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  56. Очень оригинально!

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  57. Oh! I like these little bells!

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