September 15, 2010

JustRite 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hop #2


Welcome to JustRite Stampers’ newest Wednesday feature, 12 Weeks of Christmas Blog Hops #2!  Every Wednesday up until Thanksgiving some of your favorite designers will be joining some of the JustRite design team for a series of Christmas blog hops, showcasing JustRite’s entire Christmas Collection of stamps!  This week, it’s the Stamper’s Dream design team!  So mark your calendars for Wednesdays at 9am Central for great Christmas gift, card & project ideas, starting at the JustRite Inspiration blog! 



Continuing the idea of bringing you unique gift and home decor ideas, this week's JustRite project are handmade Christmas ornaments with a personal photo frame touch.  Gather up your supplies and devote a little time to make a gift that will delight not only Aunts, Uncles and Grandparents but just about anyone in your life.  Here's what you will need:

{Supplies}

JustRite Stamps: Old Fashioned Christmas 3 1/4", From Our House 2" Square
Spellbinders: S4-295 Lacey Squares Nestabilities, S4-129 Classic Scalloped Squares SM, S4-114 Standard Circles LG
Paper: Doodlebug Sugar Coated Ladybug and Beetle Black Cardstock
Embellishments: Ribbon, Berry Sprig and ornament hanger from Hobby Lobby


Stamp the borders using Memento Tuxedo Black ink on white cardstock. Color holly sprigs and berries with Copic Markers.  To make a frame tape down two of the circle die templates, cut side down, so that the border is visible in the middle.  The inside opening of my frame measures 2" in diameter so sized my pictures at 2.5" square.  Die cut your photograph to fit inside your frame.  Using the Lacey Square die template cut a black square and red square for the base of your ornament.  Die cut a red and black scalloped square to fit the inside panel of your ornament.  To finish the back, stamp the image and sentiment on white cardstock, color, and adhere to your ornament.  Assemble all parts and finish by embellishing with ribbon, ornament hanger and glittered berry sprigs

{Design Tip}

The finish on the back of the glitter paper is white.  Die cut two Lacey Squares from black cardstock and adhere to the back of the glitter cardstock before adhering the "To: From: " label



Now I am sure you are anxious to see what the other designers have created so sit back with your favorite bevie & follow along here:


Thanks so much for hopping along with us.  I hope you were as inspired as I was by this week's projects. See you next week for Hop #3 :)
Hugs
Kazan

25 comments:

  1. First of all Kazan - your girls are beyond stunning - so beautiful! What a great way to capture them in the holly frame and I love that tag that you have created - so beautiful!!!
    hugs,
    S. :)

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  2. Kazan--- what adorable girls and wonderful Christmas Ornamnents! You Rock!!

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  3. This is so cool:) My goodness your girls look just like you!!
    Nice project!!

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  4. These projects are sooooo incredibly gorgeous Kazan! You always inspire me!

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  5. What beautiful girls, Kazan! Love this idea!!

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  6. Beautiful girls! Beautiful ornaments! Beautiful mom!

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  7. These are lovely gifts that grandparents (and other family) will cherish always! Your girls are gorgeous!

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  8. beautiful ornament ideas. your girls are beautiful!!!

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  9. I LOVE these...and your girls are simply gorgeous, Kazan! :)

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  10. WOW!! Amazing tags/ornaments. I am definately going to grab this idea for my Christmas tree.

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  11. Gorgeous ornaments for gorgeous girls. These are so precious, Kazan! Lovely, lovely, lovely! XOXO

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  12. Beautiful! You're right, these are perfect for gifts! I can vision them hanging from garland that has been draped across a fireplace mantle. The photos are absolutely gorgeous and I LOVE the ribbon with the berries!! ♥♥ Kay

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  13. Adorable!!! and I mean your girls, and of course your ornaments!!! Be proud of both. Love your designs!! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. I love this Kazan! You did such an amazing job on this and it turned out just Go-jus!! :D

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  15. Oh, how sweet! Pretty girls! I love how you used these frames. Very inventive and a lovely project!

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  16. Oh My Word!!! Kazan these are Incredible!!! They are oh so elegant and the girls are ADORABLE!!! What a stunning project this is!!!

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  17. Those are absolutely G-O-R-G-E-O-U-S!! I love the look of the berries with that black striped ribbon! Beautiful photos too!

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  18. What a great use of photo's of the kids! TFS

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  19. Such sweet photos really deserve something as special as your little frames. The black leaves are such a great take!
    Thanks for sharing! :o)

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  20. Wow, what a really great idea with the photos in your project and what a fabulous way you carried out the creations. Love the colors and the glitter too.

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  21. These turned out SO FABULOUS, Kazan! Love all of the sparkle and the finished backing with the to/from label!

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