...sung in my best "Frosty the snowman" voice.
ETA: Oh my goodness ladies! I thank you all so much for your support! I only have one more kit available and then I'm going to have to post a notice saying please wait to order until Monday when I know whether I can purchase more supplies. I will be posting an alternate kit using chrome plates, but WOW I had no idea how excited you would all be. I THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for sharing in my excitement with me. For all those who have placed your orders you are good to go :D They will be in Monday's mail and on the way to your house!
Karen Lockhart and I have been playing with these charming little ornaments for a few weeks now. Today I finally was able to sit down and put together my first class kit! I am so thrilled to finally be started on the next adventure in my plan to share the classes I am teaching, with others across the country (or maybe even the world - now that would be something - LOL!). I hope to get a better picture when the lights go on to the tree tomorrow or the next day. But for now here is the first kit.
Each kit contains: step-by-step directions and visuals and one of the irresistable Lockhart Stamp Company snowmen (or lady). Memory Glass (24 pieces) is textured on one side to create a translucent, frosted look. The antique copper hinged frame (9 frames) comes complete with pre-soldered, matching jump ring. Finished size of glass and frames is 2" square. In addition to the items listed above you will need a Versamark pad, clear embossing powder and color pencils to complete this project.
Following are three more little pieces of inspiration that I found on Karen's tree this week and she encouraged me to photograph them so that I might share them with you.
These were hung randomly on her wonderful little snowmen filled trees - interspersed with "real" snowmen, snowflakes and twinkly little lights. It was definitely a magical setting!
I hope you have as much fun creating special ornaments for friends and family this year, as I have had preparing these!