Saturday, December 10, 2011

Holiday Blog Hop!

Welcome to my little place on the web! I just love Holiday shopping---I mean hopping! There is always so much to see and so many gifts for the creativity! I have several projects to share with you, so let's get started!
Happy Hanukkah to all of my Jewish friends! 

1 charger plate from Michaels
MTC Software
Graphic elements
Glitter
assorted glue

1. Select font. This font was a free font from Dafont.com. Type words and use conical warp (MTC) to shape in a 7" circle. Cut and pop dot to inner rim of  plate. 
2. Cut 4 of the Menorah @ 5-6". Stack together for depth. Glitter Menorah and flames. Adhere to center of plate.
3. Cut 7 Stars of David. Glitter. Pop dot to rim of plate. 

Silhouette Studio or MTC Software
Lettering Delights Happy Hanukkah graphics.
White cardstock
blue cardstock (4" x 8" for card)
Gold stickles
Pop Dots
Glue Dots

1. Import Graphics into software for tracing. 
Background: trace entire image @ 3.8"
Sentiment: trace entire image @ 1.5"
Dreidle: trace 2 at 2"
2. Layer sentiment over background. The sentiment will be printed ONLY, not cut.
PNC (print and cut) background.
3. PNC the dreidels. Glue one dreidle to the card front. 
4. On the other dreidel, cut away the lower left point. 
4. Pop dot the second dreidle to the first, placing the pop dots on the body of the top. Glue dot the point of the remaining spinner to the point of the dreidel on the card. This will give dimension.  
5. Add Faux stitches around card with Stickles. Glitter the dreidle, too!

Merry Christmas and season's greetings to all!

Charger plate from Michaels
ProvoCraft Imagine
Imagine Snow Angel cartridge. 
Michael's Recollections Christmas paper.
Stickles "Ice" glitter
Snowflake buttons
Shank cutter.
1" office brades
Assorted glues
Paper bow (directions following)

1. From the Imagine Cartridge print and cut:
center motif @ 6.5 inches. 
Assorted snowflakes (11-13 in number) 1.5-0.5"
2. Pop dot center motif to center of plate.
3. Glue to upper left side of plage.
4. Arrange paper snowflakes around plate. Pop dot several to add dimension.
5. Remove shanks from snowflake buttons. Glue to plate. Add some to inner graphic.
6. Add Ice Stickles to emphasize snow on center motif, sparkle snowflakes and outline center motif.

Now, what about that bow? Did you wonder how it matched so perfectly? Here's how:


I hope that you have enjoyed today. And now back to the hop:
Sheila aka sassylady - http://shesasassylady.blogspot.com/

21 comments:

  1. Love the charger plates and the card. TFS

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  2. Beautiful projects!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

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  3. Great, great projects. I've never seen chargers done this way before. And I see you are rocking and rolling with your Zing. I am dedicating the first part of the new year to learn how to get mine up and running. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  4. Love your projects! Charger plates are so fun to make and display!! Your card is pretty too! I could not get your video to play, thought you would want to know.

    Glad to be in this hop with you!

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  5. Great plate! Blogger is giving me fits today so I could not see your video. (Something about previously uploaded video) but I would have loved to see about the bow.
    Tracy
    jtg0398 at sbcglobal dot net

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  6. WOW Jeannie! SO many projects!! and they are fabulous!

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  7. I love your plates - just beautiful!

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  8. Absolutely adore the charger plates, great job

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  9. The charger plates are very creative

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  10. Beautiful your project is just beautiful! TFS

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  11. Beautiful charger plates and card!

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  12. Love how you decorated those chargers! Great job!

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  13. Gorgeous. I Love your card and your plates are amazing.

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  14. Your charger plates are beautiful! Great job!!!

    plese.cathy at yahoo dot com
    happyscrapin@blogspot.com

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  15. Wow, Jeanne! All your projects are great! I especially love the Hanukka projects.

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  16. Great projects. The plate makes wonderful decor.
    marg0006@verion.net

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  17. Loveit!! So many awesome projects!!

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  18. Cool charger project. I haven't tried to do one yet. I'm thinking about it though. Thanks for sharing.

    Rebecca
    brrck@yahoo.com

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  19. Great projects Jeanne!! You've inspired me to try making some plates!!

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