Saturday, December 10, 2011

Snowflake boot ornament




Hello, my dear Robin's Nest friends! Irit is here again and this time with my altered Winter boot ornament.
I made it as my freehand shape of a boot from Glitter Water Swirl backside  paper and added 2 blue strips cut from Winter Snowflakes paper for the bottom and the upper part of my boot.
The basic boot was dry embossed with Dots and Spots embosser- you need to make it twice as the shape is bigger then the embosser is and try not to overlap the embossing.
Glue the blue strips, add some white pen faux stitching too.
Now use you Marvy Uchida Snowmaker and your heat gun to make this snow under the upper strip.
Glue 3 Glitter Snowflakes with silver Dew Drops from Early Dawn set as a center on the top of the boot.
Glue one long strip of crystals as shown and a thin Blue ribbon under the snow line.
Ink the piece with some blue ink around and glue a lot of random silver Dew Drops over the  embossed spots.
Add the hanging ribbon with a Snowflake ribbon from Blue frost Ribbon set  bow on the top.
If you are a beader as I am- make some crystal homemade embellishment and glue it over the boot. If not- use some premade one or add another snowflake.
Enjoy your ornament made with Robin's Nest most gorgeous winter products.





8 comments:

Especially_For_You said...

This is super cute! I love the sparkly snowflakes. :) This would be a perfect submission for the create an ornament challenge happening at my blog this week. Thanks for sharing!

Ashley
http://especiallymade.blogspot.com

Jan Hennings said...

so cute!

PamS said...

This is too cute...it would make great a Christmas card also.

Rachel said...

Very cute!! You did an awesome job again!!

jennifer said...

so sweet, love the colors and embellishments!

Clare D. said...

I just can't get over how beautiful the blue in this project is! So sweet an ornament!

Riet said...

So gorgeous.

Hugs Riet.xx

Becky Conley said...

this is adorable! well done :o)

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