Sunday, September 14, 2008

Bazaar Projects...

I am the co-chair person for our churches bazaar committee and we are working on a bazaar to take place on November 8th. These are two of the projects I've been working on for the bazaar.


PEACE FRAME - I found these little frames and decided I'd like to fill them with some stamped images for Christmas. This one is done in Sahara Sand, Rose Red and Always Artichoke. I stamped Bella Toile in Sahara Sand on the background. Then I added letters (Headline Alpha) in coordinating colors. I added a length of Rose Red ribbon and some holly punchouts, accents with white gel pen.



SNOWMAN KISSES - This one is made from a package of Tic Tacs. I used Almost Amethyst, and Bashful Blue for colors and the circle punches to make the snowman. It's he fun? Inside there is a little poem. Email me or leave a comment and i can get you the poem.

10 comments:

Karen Sullivan said...

this is adorable!! I'd like to see the tic tac snowman poem, please.
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Pam said...

Please share the poem with me also. This is adorable!
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Anonymous said...

I love your snow man kisses and can only imagine how cute the poem is. I never have liked the snowman poop one. thanks for sharing this with me.

Melanie
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Deb said...

How CUTE is this!!!! Can I please get a copy of the poem and possibly directions?

Deb said...

oooops forgot to add email address. debdezignz@comcast.net

Rachel Durtschi said...

I love it! Could you send me the poem. stampinrachel@sbcglobal.net. Thanks for sharing such great ideas. - Rachel

Stacy said...

I love your snowman. I would love the poem if you still willing to share. skock@sio.midco.net

Thanks!

Kim's Life said...

This is so cool!!! Great job! Yes, I would love the snowman poem... kimnamsoon63@cox.net Thanks!!!

dena said...

I just stumbled onto your site & love this snowman. I'd love to get the poem if it's still available. karrighetti@comcast.net

Thanks! :)

Debbie Croteau said...

I love your snowman. Could I get a copy of the poem.

Thanks Debbie
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