Thursday, December 9, 2010

Triple Play Blog Hop: Week 6 - Sizzix Bigz XL Die - Album, Brackets

It's Blog Hop Day!  This week is week 6 of 7 weeks for the Triple Play Blog Hop.

This week's die was designed by Brenda Pinnick.  It's a Sizzix Bigz die.  The Bigz dies can cut just about anything!  :)

Here's my entry....
I decided to make my project an ornament for our tree.  Once I die cut the red cardstock, I die cut some black mat board to adhere the cardstock to.  I then die cut the picture.  (Two dies for the price of one on this die!) 


Then I added some stamps...{of course!} I used the small trees from Christmas2build and then the large tree is from Joy2Christmas.  I colored in the trees with the Copic Spica Glitter Pens.  I then punched one more hole, added some ribbon and POOF I was done!

Now, if I could just get the rest of the tree decorated, I'd be set!  ;)

Hugs!
Stephanie
The Stamps of Life

15 comments:

Karen B said...

Great ornament idea, Stephanie! My kids love seeing themselves on the tree and this is something they could help me make. Great idea!

Terry said...

What a lovely idea! I'm going to make a couple with the rest of my frames!

megpiedesign said...

I love the trees! Great project!

Madeline said...

Great ornament done so perfectly. It does make a great frame.

Roann Mathias said...

So cute!

judys said...

Nice way to keep adding to the tree year after year as they grow up!

Brenda Pinnick said...

never enough new ornaments, I say! cute project, cute kids, too! Thanks for showcasing my die!

Eileen Hull said...

Great project Stephanie- my kids love seeing pix of themselves every year on our tree. Your stamps are so versatile- they work great here.

melonybradley said...

very nice photo ornies

Einat Kessler said...

Stephanie, your ornament is beautiful. I love all the stamps you added, It came out really pretty.

Gaby Seminario said...

very nice...great idea!

Candice Windham said...

So pretty! Now I know what to do with my leftovers.

Phyllis Dobbs said...

I love these used as ornaments and the red really pops!

Karen C said...

OK< this is one I know I can do! Thanks for sharing!

Colleen Schaan said...

great way to decorate the tree!

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