Sunday 23 November 2014

I {heart} Christmas

I had a play with something different for a very special friend who I think is the biggest fan of Christmas on this planet.  Seriously!  She has thousands of ornaments from all over the world so I wanted to make her something that I know she won’t already have.



Lots of delicious Wild Orchid Crafts products were used: Trellis Rose, Cottage Rose, Open Roses 15mm and 20mm, white cabochon angel, gold bells, white stamens.  I dabbed white paint on to the flowers using a small piece of sponge (much more controlled than using a paintbrush) then once dry slathered on Mercury Glass Stickles.



The edges were painted with gold paint before I adhered the paper on then once dry the edges were inked and glittered.




My lovely hubby bent some brass tubing into ‘S’ shapes so I could join the hearts together




I bought the hearts from my local craft shop but I would think you could cut them quite easily from chipboard or mount board.  I covered the front and back of each heart with Bo Bunny paper.



I had such fun making this and it only took a couple of hours to do.



  1. WAUW they´re absolutely gorgeous Bev. I LOVE how you made these, soo beautiful work again.

  2. this is so beautiful what an amazing project from Bev its just delightful love and hugs Carole x

  3. What a beautiful and amazing project. I really love the colors, not the traditional Christmas colors.

  4. Such a beautiful gift. I'm sure your friend will love this.

  5. This type of project especially warms my heart.. what a stunning gift in thought and design. The colors are beautiful and the flowers are perfectly arranged. This is sure to bring joy all year long. :o) Love every sweet inch of this!

    Hugs and blessings,

  6. Wow what a beautiful ornament need to have a go at one of these thanks for the inspiration yet again, I'm sure your friend will love it a perfect christmas keepsake xx

  7. How fabulous, your friend will be thrilled to receive it. Pat x

  8. Pretty Bev, very pretty and i know that your friend will be over the moon with her new decoration. You have given her a wonderful memory from a wonderful friend,
    crafty hugs
    Norah (Glenochil Village, Scotland)

  9. Very Pretty, I love how you used green roses with the purple roses. I have not seen a use for green roses until now. tfs.