I've been working HARD today Ü! It's amazing how much organizing/reorganizing, creating/recreating, taking pictures/retaking pictures I got to do today. The good news is that the hard work has resulted in giving you wonderful ladies a few more options from which to choose. I hope you enjoy these as much as the last set, and hopefully this will allow you to personalize your ornaments even more. By adding new sizes and finishes I hope that this will allow you to create even more beautiful gifts this holiday season. So drum roll please Ü
Frosted Ornament Kit - Polished Chrome 2x2
I wanted to showcase this snowman in a feminine way because I just NEEDED to put those little twinkle stickers on her hat - LOL! OK, so boy snowmen could probably have twinkles too, but I just had to go for the pink/lime twist on her Ü
Another idea that I just haven't had time to create is to use the cute little Nicholas stamp to create an ornament. This would make an absolutely darling baby's first Christmas celebratory gift. Don't forget that Nicholas can be turned into Nicole just by adding a few curls to her hair and coloring her outfit pink or purple Ü
This size frame is also suitable for the single cupcake - if you scroll back in time you can see the "Sweet Holiday Wishes" cards that I created using the cupcake with some holly sprigs. What a fun way to celebrate a "sweet treat" Christmas or give to that special someone who might have a birthday around the holiday season.
Frosted Ornament Kit - Antique Copper 1x3
I just find this little pup irresistable. My girls just fell in love with this one! So, if you want to commemorate the arrival of a new pet or just love puppies as much as I do - perhaps this is the choice for you. Remember that you can always substitute any of the other stocking stamps if you aren't a puppy lover.
Frosted Ornament Kit - Polished Chrome 1x3
It is hard to see the polished chrome finish in this picture. I can not tell you how many times I tried to get a good picture to show off the frosty finish with all the details visible. I finally ran shrieking from my camera after the gazillioneth try - OK, so I'm exaggerating just a hair. But hopefully you can see the beauty of the details. I certainly hope that the new camera my Santa will be bringing me is going to make the needed difference.
This is another option for the polished chrome ornament that I wanted to share. The details on the surface grabbed the light and just made it sparkle - they sparkle so much in real life! The perspective is off a little, but I thought it might intrigue you to see it despite the lack of excellent photography skills - LOL!
To end I must share a sweet little sidenote with you all. Yesterday I was presented with a "wish list" for each of my girls. On both lists was a new ornament to add to their collection - they are so cute! They have been eyeing these ornaments as I have been creating them, analyzing each of them, telling me which ones are their favorites. I'm so lucky to be able to have them here alongside me as I work and create each day. They are my inspiration so much of the time. Their ideas never cease to amaze me and they really do love helping me box up your goodies and get them out the door. Well that is all but the trips to the post office - that they beg me to let them go to a friend's. Can't say as I blame them being the postal line is ginormous at this time of year, but you Canadian girls are worth standing in line for Ü Thankfully I don't have to stand in line for all my American friends though. Have a wonderful day and I look forward to hearing your reaction to these latest additions - thanks for stopping by!