Monday, 26 October 2009

Christmas Tree Orniment from Nestabilities

On playing making the Tree card with the Nestabilities scalloped circle see here for tutorial, I had another play on Sunday, this time leaving the circles whole apart from cutting away 2 of the scallops in a pie piece so that when I joined the piece back together it would form a shallow cone.
the tree trunk is a wooden meat skewer coloured with a gold marker and the pot once had Jam Preserve inside, I added a layer of glue to the outer side of the jar and rolled it in the glass glitter


From a different angle


13 comments:

Marge said...

Oh my GOODNESS -- how TOTALLY A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E is this?!!! I will absolutely be having to "borrow" this idea, Jak!!! I LOVE IT!!! I'm running to the next room right now to show my hubby!!! Your talent never ceases to amaze me!!! You're "da bomb"!!! ;-)

Anita said...

This is beautiful! I love the glitter on the jar.

mypaperpleasure said...

I love your creation,I am a sunday school teacher who teaches grade 1 to grade 6 children crafts once a monthly, you have given me a great idea of how spellbinders can be so many ways to use it. tThank again for great ideas.

mypaperpleasure said...

I love your creation,I am a sunday school teacher who teaches grade 1 to grade 6 children crafts once a monthly, you have given me a great idea of how spellbinders can be so many ways to use it. tThank again for great ideas.

Sheila - Ginger said...

Totally gobsmacked Jak!! Your little tree is stunning! Your talent is endless!!

Love Sheila xx

Merry said...

I love it....keep playing. I think all your ideas are wonderful.

Amanda said...

What a fabulous idea! Thanks for sharing!

Gwen said...

This is adorable!!! amazingly creative!!

My'scardcorner said...

Brilliant Jak it is gorgeous.Well done you
Myrax

Mina said...

wow Jak I love this...stunning and so clever too
Mina xxx

~ Ali ~ said...

This is fabulous Jak, very creative indeed. How's the treatment going?

Elaine Stark said...

you are so clever this is stunning. Elaine

Mali Pering said...

WOW! What a fabulous idea! Thanks for sharing!

Hugs, Mali