I used a rubber stamp from Stampotique called Daniel's Tree Topper for this ornament. The ornament base is a tuna can lid that was painted with gesso and antiqued with brown paint. The project is embellished with two heart shaped gems.
I would like to enter this project in the following challenges:
Things to Alter - anything goes
Pink Gem - love
Craft Your Passion - #299 anything goes
Simon Says Monday - recycle/upcycle
Tuesday Throwdown - #281 lots of layers
Stampotique - #232 spots+stripes
What an awesome idea, to create on a tuna lid. I love your sweet ornament. Thanks for joining us this week over at Stampotique.
fabulous ornament Wendy, I love that you used a can lid as the base, it really looks awesome with the antique finish and the image is very cute, LOVE it :-)
thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge
Lols x x x
What a fab idea!
Gorgeous ornament Wendy. Thank you for joining the Stampotique Designer's Challenge this week. Gez
So sweet. Love your spots and stripes!!
Thanks for joining in with us at Stampotique :)
I really love the "out of the box" ornament! FUN! Thanks for playing along with us at Tuesday Throwdown Challenge!
A super valentine ornament, such a great idea.
Thank you for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge.
I am having a little giveaway on my blog if you would like to take a look - http://craftingwithcotnob.blogspot.co.uk/
Beautiful project....Thank you for joining us at CYP...Joolsx
Fabulous ornament and how clever to think of using a lid ~ I love that! Thank you so much for sharing your project and for playing along with us over on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog... :)
what a great idea.
Thank you for entering into the Stampotique challenge this week.
Great idea to use a tuna can lid. Great recycling ! Thanks for joining us over at Stampotique this week !
Oh this is so clever Wendy, I love it! Thank you so much for joining in this week with our challenge at Stampotique. Sue xx
What a clever project, Wendy! Who would have guessed you used a tuna can! Great choice of colours, embellishment details and the lovely layers are perfect too. Thanks for sharing with us at Tuesday Throwdown.
Really clever and perfect base, a tuna can lid, wow! Love the stamp, so cool. Great make and thanks so much for sharing at Things to Alter!~kim
love that you have used a tuna lid for this !! I chuck them away, might just have to rethink that !! great piece, thank you so much for joining in with our first challenge at Things to Alter.
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