11/18/13

Winter Wonderland

Good morning everyone, it's a wonderful day for a blog hop. I am thrilled to be participating with the teams from Scor-Pal and Magnolia-licious.

If you are just joining this hop, please start at the Magnolia Challenge Blog and get all the details, then follow us as we show you some wonderful projects.  There are prizes to win, so be sure to follow along closely, pick up the secret letters as you pass by and comment on everyone's post.  You are going to be amazed at the projects that have been created for this hop!

You should have arrived here from  Julie's blog.


My project is quick and easy, but was lots of fun to make.  And who doesn't need a new ornament for their tree?


 

 
 




Using my Scor-pal, I began my project by creating a rosette from Graphic 45 pattern paper. Once I had the strips cut, I scored each at 1/2" increments, then folded to create the larger rosette. To create the smaller rosette, I cut the strips smaller and then scored at 1/4" increments.





Mimi, Betsy and Snowy were stamped on Cryogen White Cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and then colored with Copic Markers. The image was fussy cut and Scor-tape was used to adhere the elements together.   See, I told you it was quick, didn't I?

Now, onto the rest of the hop. 

My letter is A. 

Be sure to stop by all the blogs on the hop and gather all the clues. If you get lost along the way start at the Magnolia-licious Challenge Blog.

Your next stop on the hop is Patti Jo's blog.


Happy hopping.


Steph

28 comments:

  1. This is such a cute inspiring project, and one which hopefully won't be too difficult for my kids to do too - think our Christmas tree is gonna be full of them this year, lol, hugs Jo x

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  2. Fantastic project
    love your rossette
    hugs Tamara

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  3. such a cute ornament. love making ornaments.

    hugs,
    kitty

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  4. very cute idea will have to give it a try!

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  5. What a cute ornament, Steph. Adorable image and love the rosette. Fabulous artwork.
    Hugz,
    Cath

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  6. I agree, we always need more ornaments ;) very cute

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  7. Such a cute decoration Steph, I love making these rosettes with my Grandchildren. Cute image too. Hugs Suzi x

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  8. What a great Ornament! Lovely image which you've colored beautifully. :o)

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  9. A quick project and a quick comment.
    Super.
    hugs Maz

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  10. Rosettes are so fun and easy with the Scor-Pal! Love making them too and they do make a wonderful ornament with your cute image! Great job Steph!

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  11. Hi Steph, it's such a cute ornament for the Christmas tree. Love the dark colored background you pick for such a cheerful colored image :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

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  12. This is oh so cute, Steph. Love the rosette background idea for the ornaments.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  13. Quick is good. Nice job. This would be fun to make with kids. Okay.................and us adults love them.

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  14. Beautiful christmas ornament using rosette.

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  15. Such a sweet ornament! Love the rosette.

    Karen

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  16. Such an adorable holiday ornament and cute image to top it off! Thanks for joining in the hop with us!
    hugz,
    Suzanne

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  17. What a cute, quick and easy project! :) Nancee

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  18. Just gorgeous, love it. Jane x

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  19. This is absolutely adorable!! Fabulous project! Thanks for sharing! ;)

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  20. Hi Steph, Bravo! Your ornament is just too cute! I love the stamped image as well. That design would work well for present tops, too! Really clever!

    XO,
    Chris

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  21. Such a sweet ornament, love the image. :)

    Hugs, Anne.

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  22. sweet christmas decoration

    LG
    Michaela

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