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December 02, 2009

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Tami

I don't have a mini mister. Can you guess how much water is in 15 squirts? The ornaments are just beautiful.

Carly

Hi Jackie,

Alcohol inks are intended for use on non-porous surfaces so they should work just fine on plastic.

Jackie

Can this be done with clear plastic bulbs? I cannot locate glass bulbs from my craft store.

Barb Brower

so where do you find the clear ornaments. I looked everywhere before Christmas and couldn't find any.

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Nice project!! Great creations.
Thanks for such adorable post. Keep posting!!

Trena in Naperville

I just read this! From Trena to Trina! Congratulations on your jean purses and neck warmers. They are awesome!! I hope all went well.

Take care and STAY POSITIVE!!

laura rangel

The ornaments are nice but I would really like to know how you did the jean purse. They are awesome and it would be great for a present for my only two nieces....please do share.

Tigerach

Wow, these are great projects! I visited this blog www.inklinedtocreate.blogspot.com and it has cards and other similar crafts on it. I think you should check it out. It's great!

Susan (rainy)

What wonderful projects, Ellen! Trina's ornaments are spectacular. And thank goodness that dad was there to help! hehe

barb schram

Oh Ellen...thank you for sharing ! This reminds me of days past with my girls! And the memories that last a lifetime! Such cool gift items!

Deebi27

My favorite was the ornaments...even tho Christmas was past. Great idea for parent gifts for next year! Goreous!!! The purses are 1st rate as well, reduce, reuse, recycle! Rock on!

Danielle McGinnis

Those are beautiful. I hae seen many different websites, but yours is the BEST!!! Great job!!

Sue McGettigan

These are beautiful, and I'm LOL at the value of having the Daddy finger around for crafting purposes :)

lacyquilter

Fabulous projects. Way to go, Trina.

Jane

Wow! Brilliant projects!!

Lisa Lynne

These ornaments are simply gorgeous! I have a box of 6 clear ornaments in the closet that I never knew what to do with. NOW I know!
Thanks a bunch.

Nancy M

So, will the store name be changing to Ellen and Trina?

I have to try making the ornaments. They're gorgeous!

Hope the Market Place is a huge success.

Nancy

Mel

well Ellen, you must be beaming with joy to see Trina create such beauties!

Trina, you've got a big heart like your mom. Hugs to both.

Chris K

Love all the projects especially th ornaments! Did you spray them with some kind of clear coat or did you just let them air dry?

Brenda

Wonderful projects!!! You just dab the alcohol inks all over the outside of the glass?? Then let it dry and reassemble?

Renee K in Montana

My, what a talented daughter you've got, Ellen! Those ornaments are "ta-dah" for!

Linda w

Trina you did such a fabulous job on everything. I love the bookmarks and the bags. How lucky and blessed to have a such a talented daughter Ellen.

thanks much

Susan N

Great gifts and so creative. Looks like she is following in her mom's creative foot steps. Thanks for sharing the tutorials and the cute picture of her.

-mary

Ellen & Trina these are FAB-U-LOUS projects. My favorite is the ornaments. They are kitty proof - perfect for my son & DDIL's tree (they have 2 beautiful cats). I really hope I have time to secretly make some & ship them to the beautiful NW. Thank you for the great tutorials.
Hugs to all,
-mary

Karolyn Loncon

So fun! Clearly the apple doesn't fall far from the tree . . . it's wonderful that you passed your "jeans" down to Trina - get it?! LOL Cute stuff - and what a great way to reward good behavior!! Great job, Trina!!

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