Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Decorate to Celebrate #39 - Holiday Party!!

Happy Wednesday!! I hope you are having a great week!! It's time for another fun challenge at Decorate to Celebrate!! For Challenge #39, we are asking you to create any project to be used as a party decoration (or party supply) for a HOLIDAY PARTY!! Let's celebrate everything wonderful about this season's festivities with your table decorations, party banners, pennants, yard signs, cupcakes, party favors and more :)


For my Holiday Party decorations, I created hanging ornaments. Back in July, I made an ice cream cone treat that I saw in the August 2012 issue of Scrapbooks, Etc. (click HERE for the post). I thought the ice cream toppers would make an awesome ornament :) The ornament was constructed with the second smallest Spellbinders Big Scalloped Circles Large dies. Twenty circles were cut with My Mind's Eye paper, scored on a triangle, and then adhered together to form the 3D circle. The hanging snowflake is metal paper punched with a Martha Stewart punch.


The center is a Spellbinders Standard Circles small die, adhered to a Spellbinders Big Scalloped Circles Large die. The edges were inked with Fired Brick Distress Ink. "Let it snow" is from K Andrew Designs Winter Wishes stamp set, stamped with Versafine Black Onyx ink. The snowflakes are also from Winter Wishes, stamped in Fired Brick.

I am entering this in the following challenges:
  1. DL.Art Thankful Thursday Challenge - Anything Goes
  2. Sunday Funday #3 - Linky Party
Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Decorate to Celebrate to see the amazing projects my design team sisters have created for this challenge. Then link up your Holiday Party decorations. I can't wait to see what you create :)

63 comments:

  1. Beautiful Lisa - love this ornament - looks so intricate. TFS

    http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

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  2. Beautiful ornament Lisa! Great details and so festive!

    Susie

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  3. Hi my fabulous friend,Thanks for stopping by my blog and wishing me well.Love that!:-)
    You are BRILLANT & CREATIVE!I am sure that you already know this but just needed to remind you...lol
    Love your beautiful ornament!Its so PERFECT!
    Have a Fabulous day my friend!
    Sending a HUGE amount of bloggie love,
    Migdalia

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  4. So BEAUTIFUL Lisa! What a fabulous ornament:) You definitely are the queen of Spellbinders! GREAT job as always my friend!
    Have a SUPER day!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  5. Absolutely beautiful work and good luck in the challenges!!!

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  6. fabulous scallop ornament....never thought of using scallop circle for this, brilliant idea!
    Heaney

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  7. What a pretty Christmas ornament Lisa~ you are so darn talented with those spellbinder's my friend... They sure will look pretty hanging...
    Enjoy your lovely hump day~

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  8. Beautiful ornaments!!!!! Super use of the spellbinders scalloped circle!!! Love it!

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  9. What an Adorable little ornament? It's Perfect.

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  10. Lisa, this is soooo beautiful! You make so many fabulous creations! Amazing! Your so creative and talented!

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  11. Love the ornament. Perfect way to start a celebration. AJ-

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  12. Super cute ornaments Lisa! Love the sentiment.
    Candy

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  13. Its beautiful Lisa and love the scallopy edges
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  14. GORGEOUS ornament, Lisa. You inspire me every time I come to visit your blog.
    Hugs and smiles

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  15. Hi my lovely friend,what a gorgeous ornament^_^
    Wonderful paper used and charms added^_^
    Beautiful decoration for home on Christmas sweety^_^
    Have a beautiful day^_^
    Big big hug,
    Sonia

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  16. This is gorgeous Lisa, I like the shape and the snowflake dangler.
    Kevin xx

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  17. Gorgeous ornament my friend! This would definitelu go perfectly on my tree LOL!! Have a fabulous day sweet friend!
    hugs,
    Norma

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  18. This is so pretty!! I really should try making one of these!! Hope you are having a great week!
    Kristan

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  19. Gorgeous and how fun would that be to have those all on the tree or even hanging from the ceiling or banister, or mantle..lots of ideas for those! ;)

    Thanks for stopping by Lisa and for your nice comment. Hope you have a wonderful day! :)

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  20. fab decoration Lisa they will really brighten up christmas decor - you have made me want to find my die that does something similar

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  21. This is such a gorgeous ornament Lisa. Beautiful paper and GREAT sentiment!! Another awesome party idea!!!
    TFS my friend and hope you have a GREAT hump day!!!

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  22. first off your blog is adorable! Next is I love this project! It must have been a labor of love and how clever to translate the ice cream topper to an ornament.

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  23. This is beautiful! I love the papers you chose for your project:)

    Annette
    My Mind's Dust Bunnies

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  24. This is beautiful, Lisa as always!! I love it!!
    Have a great day.
    Gerda.

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  25. Lisa, Your ornament is gorgeous! Love hanging snowflake and red beads! These will be so pretty hanging on a tree!

    Hugs,
    HL

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  26. Wow! This is amazing!! Another gorgeous project!!

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  27. Like the ornament. Will give it a try and hope that mine looks 1/2 as good as yours. I ordered the Spellbinder Calibur Bundle from JoAnns Cyber Mon sale that includes the machine, 3 dies & a case.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  28. Lisa, this is simply gorgeous. You are so very creative.. i am sure this took a bit of time to create, and it turned out FABULOUSLY... you are such an inspiration to all of us. BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL... i am always so impressed when i stop by, sometimes i am just totally speechless, this is one of those times.. hugs from ukiah

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  29. I have missed you! I love this ornament. Very creative and cute Lisa! I have to see what else you have been up to while I was away.

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  30. This is so pretty and creative, Lisa! The hanging snowflake is a great touch! Love how you decorated your blog for Christmas! It looks awesome! :)

    Karen
    craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

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  31. Very pretty Lisa, love the paper you used that gives it some sparkle.
    cathyplus5

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  32. OMG! You never cease to amaze me! Now, this is just downright gorgeous! How is it you always have such great ideas? Love it!
    Hugs and sunshine,
    Cissy

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  33. How very clever...not to mention...GORGEOUS! This is really fabulous and I love the sparkle!

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  34. BEAUTIFUL, Lisa!!! You're amazing and I hope to catch up on your more recent posts,, but busy, busy here with upcoming weddings!!! Oh, and Christmas/most family bdays, our anniversary and then we'll be rolling right into February -- ugh -- I'm ready for summer already - hee!!!

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  35. My sweetest friend, this is gorgeous!!! What a genius idea to use the ice cream as an ornament! Anyone who combines festive decor and ice cream is my favorite. ;) The paper is so beautiful and makes for a lovely ornament. It is certainly worth the time spent scoring all 40 million circles. :o) I can see these in so many patterns and colors to celebrate this most wonderful season! You are such a marvelous crafter, my dear friend. Which is obvious, but still.. just wanted to remind you. ;) I hope you had a sparkly day! :o) (OH! And I love the Christmas additions to your blog header thingie! LOVE!)

    Hugs and blessings!

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  36. So Beautiful....love your gorgeous decoration, what a great idea!

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  37. Very beautiful hanging ornament! Thank you for stopping by my blog. Have a great day:)

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  38. What a gorgeous ornament, Lisa!! Love the dimension!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    http://gracescraps.blogspot.com/

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  39. How beautiful and such a clever idea!!!

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  40. Your ornament is so pretty!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  41. Simply gorgeous my friend. I have been so swamped that I haven't had much time to get around to look at posts lately. I have missed your creativity. Have a great day!

    Cheri
    DJ's Sundries

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  42. How pretty...love homemade ornaments, they seem so special...this one is gorgeous...have a great afternoon my friend!!

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  43. OMGoodness- This is awesome!! your back ground paper is lovely to.
    Thanks for the tips on how it is done. and sharing your beautiful decoration. Also, thank you for joining my DL.ART ANYTHING GOES November Linky Party
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  44. What a wonderful ornament! It will make a lovely keepsake! The fun part about these is that you can make them any size by adjusting the size of your circles. What fun to hang from the ceiling, too!

    Chris

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  45. This is so pretty, I like the red and sparkly silver!!

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  46. This is really beautiful too!
    Hugs,
    Lisa
    Cre8n4u

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  47. Oh so fabulous! This is gorgeous I love these ornaments they look difficult. You did an incredible job as always!
    Have a wonderful evening!
    Shelly

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  48. This is such a GREAT and pretty ornament Lisa!AWESOME job with it and LOVE the paper you used for it!!!:)

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  49. OMG! Your ornament is gorgeous. I love what you can do with spellbinders. Have a fabulous Saturday my dear friend.
    Hugs,
    Cindy Lou

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  50. Lisa, Lisa, Lisa... What a FABULOUS ornament!! So much detail and just an absolutely wonderful idea!! How many of these did you make??? I had to read that twice when I saw 20 circles all scored... WOW!! You really are the Spellbinder QUEEN!! :) Thanks for WOWING me again, my fabulous friend!!

    Thanks so much for decorating your celebrations and sharing your DT talent at the Decorate To Celebrate! Challenge Blog!

    BIG HUGS,
    Amy :) at www.lovetocrop.com
    and Decorate To Celebrate!

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  51. very cute ornament.I have to try this as this is a cut on one of my cartridges.

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  52. Wow, this looks like a lot of work for party favors...I am sure your guests will oooohhhh and ahhhhhh :)

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  53. Amazing job on the ornament! You are so creative. :)

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    1. Hello, I liked your doing ..
      I would love to visit
      Look at what you have, please visit me ..
      I want to join me

      I wish you good luck

      cute

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  54. Hello, I liked your doing ..
    I would love to visit
    Look at what you have, please visit me ..
    I want to join me

    I wish you good luck

    cute

    http://www.cicileydi.com/2012/06/tek-tasla-iki-kus-hem-ignedanlk-hem-tak.html

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  55. how cute! you always make wonderful decorations for every time of the year :)

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  56. Visiting from DTC and WOW!!! I am at a loss for words!

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  57. Fabulous ornanment Lisa, I love the snowflake hanging on the bottom!!

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  58. Very pretty! Love the red and silver colors!

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