Friday, December 17, 2010

Put it on Your List!

Did you ask for one of these for Christmas?
Thanks for joining us on the Epiphany Crafts Blog Hop! If you would like to start from the beginning please begin HERE. I hope you will stick around until the end...
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I used our Christmas card photo and turned it into a tree ornament. I try to do this every year. The epoxies made perfect little ornaments with the October Afternoon paper.




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48 comments:

AGohl said...

Adorable! Such cute little girls :)

Lisa's Scrap Site said...

WOW,GREAT WAY TO DISPLAY YOUR BEAUTIFUL PICTURES,THANKS FOR HOSTING.

Catherine said...

What a great way to preserve your annual Christmas photo.

Ilymar said...

Beautiful!!!

Liz said...

Ahhh it's on my list don't worry lol

Jennifer Priest said...

Love how you used the button on the bow -- so clever! Super cute ornament :)

marilyn said...

LOVE photo ornaments.

Lexi said...

Sam--this is perfect! The paper goes perfect with the tool and what a great way to preserve your Christmas card each year!

joybear said...

Oh so adorable!!

And U Jest said...

Love it... thanks

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

Nice job to use your cards for the ornaments.

Tracey Taylor said...

This is just ADORABLE!!

Lynn Trussell said...

what a BEAUTIFUL way to show off ur photo! what creativity! TFS!

jennypooh624 said...

Very adorable!!!!!

Anne said...

This is a great idea for any holiday photo! Thanks! Anne, yourmainestamper

PamS said...

Love this and could it be used on a scrapbook page later?

Manhattan Mandie said...

Super cute! Love the gingerbread button!

Tona said...

Love this! It's full of great
detail.

Melissa Wright said...

Love how you incorporated the photo onto your ornament!! So cute!!

kreativeimagination said...

What a smart way to put photo on a ornament and display. love it.
thank you for sharing.
syeda
syeda_lubabah@hotmail.com

Kelly said...

So cute! What is the little green toy?

Tina said...

These are just too cute! Love your tree!

Mieke said...

THis is wonderful, thank you!

NanaBeth said...

Actually yes it is-I have the flower one now I need to add the round and heart ones to my collection.

Monique said...

What a lovely tree you made! Adorable!

Missusg said...

they look almost edible!!!!

michelle said...

What a great way to get the photo on the tree!

Laura1943 said...

Just love all the little bits with the photo !!!! Thanks !

Sandi said...

I love it! It came out so nice!

Angel said...

Would love the epoxy and button tools under my tree this year for sure. This hop is the first time I have even seen them. Add to wish list.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Adorable ornament!!

Tina said...

♥ it & what a great pic to use it with! Merry Christmas!

stephanie said...

This is beautiful. Perfect ornament.

beadz said...

That is so stinkin cute! Thanks for sharing.
hugs,
Gini

jen said...

adorable!!!

Sophia said...

What gorgeous ornaments...

Monique/bloem said...

what a great idea! Now I know what I want from Santa! :)

Hitomi said...

I love the way you used the epoxy buttons on the ornament...and what a cool idea to make the picture the ornament!

hiscrappergirl said...

gorgeous!!!

HockeyScrap said...

LOVE the ornament. Great way to capture memories from year to year.

Robin said...

what a cute idea

Vicki in MD said...

what a great ornamet - love all the layers. thanks for sharing, off to my next blog stop

Linda ♥ 4949 said...

Wonderful ornament...thanks for sharing!!

Mandi said...

Super cute! Love it!

Life On the Scrappy Side Store said...

Loved the hop! such pretty ornaments! thanks for sharing such beauty of Christmas!
Barbara

Sandra from NC said...

That's a great idea for Christmas Card pictures!!! We don't make one anymore but I need to dig out our old ones and do it.

Groovy Deborah said...

How darling! The pic and the ornament :)
Deb♥

GrammaR said...

What a great idea, turning the Charistmas card into an ornament.

I've had the Epiphany epoxies in the back of my mind for quite a while. I think I need to move it closer to the front! :)

Thank you for showing us your card/ornament.