Monday, December 9, 2013

Joyful Stars December Blog Hop

Welcome to the Joyful Star Blog Hop for December! If you're coming from Krista's blog you're on the right track. It's a circular hop so if you're just starting here then you can just go 'round till you end up here or you can check out the whole list on Joyce's blog.

My projects for this month's hop are the table decorations I made with the Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge.

For Thanksgiving, I used the cartridge to make little turkeys for each plate. Darling, huh? And so simple!!!



I cut leaves at 2 1/2" from 3 colors of cardstock and the center image from CCR to get it to the right size (sorry, I don't know what it ended up being because I didn't save it, darn!)


For my church's Women's Christmas Coffeehouse, I used the Art Philosophy cartridge and cut ornaments out of black cardstock. 


I then used white pigment ink to messily sponge the edges to resemble the chalkboard effect so popular right now. 


I used some baker's twine to tie off the tops and the Chalk Marker to write the dishes the ladies brought to share so we could tell the onion dip from the spinach dip (which look eerily similar sitting next to each other on the table...).




Thanks for stopping by! Now you're off to Helen's blog.

5 comments:

  1. Great idea Stephanie! LOVE your chalkboard ornaments!!

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  2. Love love the idea of ornament chalkboard as menu name place!

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  3. Love Love Love the chalk board ornaments. What a great idea!

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  4. Your chalkboard ornaments are great. They really look like they are made with the chalkboard paper! The turkey is cute too.

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  5. This post makes me think about using my CTMH items beyond cards and scrapbooking! Thanks for the inspiration.

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