Sunday, December 12, 2010

Ornament for TMITA's Challenge.

I have not had much time for card making this week but did want to make a quick and simple ornament for a challenge.  At There's Magic in the Air, Carol challenged us to make a Christmas ornament keepsake for someone special in your life. It can be as fancy or simple as you like, any size, any color. I made this one by using a circle of chipboard and embossing with gold embossing powder. Cut a snowflake with a Sizzix die and covered with glitter. Printed a ticket from "Christmas Tickets" digital from Paper Cupcakes that I won from TMITA Challenge. Assembled together with dimensionals and added gold ribbon for hanging. How appropriate for today since it is snowing.

Challenges:
City Crafter Challenge: Create any project with some kind of image of snow on it.
Digital Tuesday: Theme is Baby, it's cold outside.

Hope you keeping warm if there is snow where you are.
Thanks for stopping by! Theresa

9 comments:

CraftinGranny said...

Great job on the ornament Theresa. Sure glad you had time to participate this week. See ya next week cause you're gonna love the new image coming out. Thanks so much for sharing with us at PCC. "Hugs" Carol

Ellie said...

What a beautiful ornament. Love the sparkly gold paper. Thank you so much for sharing it with us at digital tuesday!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Beautiful ornament, love the shimmering snowflakes, and I love those that falling down when I was writing this message too, : ) Thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Jessie said...

So pretty! Thanks for playing along with us at PaperCupcakes!

Linda Robinson said...

So Pretty.. Perfect for our little challenge. Thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!

Ros said...

How gorgeous!! perfect for the challenge ... thanks for joining us at CCCB

karen said...

Beautiful ornament,lovely and sparkly, thanks for joining us at DTC this week, hugs, Karenx

Cheryl Nelson said...

This is so pretty! Thank you for joining us at CCCB!

Sue W said...

Love your ornaments Theresa!