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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Pixie Dust Studio 1st Challenge Project 2

Oh my I think this Santa is too cute. This is my second project using him. This ornament was made for Pixie Dust Studio Challenge #1, where you can get this cute digi as a freebie. This time I cut out Santa and I colored him a little bit different. I used white flocking on the trim of his hat and coat. On his beard I used liquid applique. I had this coaster already covered with DP from last years projects, I remembered when I was thinking of what to do with this image. I think this turned out cute. Now I need to decide if I will keep it or give it away as a gift. What do you think I should do?



Supplies: SU DP, card stock, sentiment, ribbon, and Punch, Alphabet Stickers for "HO HO HO", foam snowflake, round coaster, Image from Pixie Dust Studio, White flocking, Liquid Applique, and Copic Ciao Markers




9 comments:

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

It's so adorable -- that is always a hard decision - keep it or to give it away. I would give it away, that way you can make someone else smile too!!

cabio's craft corner said...

Such a cute santa ornament addition for the tree. Thanks again for joining us. Great to see you did two different creatons with the same image. Cute!
Hugs,
Cabio

Krista said...

What a cute ornament! You do such an amazing job on all your creations!

Stampin Mindy said...

SUPER Cute Juanita! Love the snowflake and the Ho Ho Ho! Adorable!

Martha said...

sooo adorable!

Lana said...

Well done on your second creation for us at PDS!
Love the ornament!
Hugs
Lana x

Kathy said...

Juanita, love both your projects! This ornament is just darling. I think it is perfect to complete a Christmas TREE!!:) Thanks for playing with the Pixies!!

Tammy said...

Brilliant! Love that you made an ornament!!
Thanks for participating in our very first Pixie Dust Studio Challenge and for entering two fabulous projects!!

Lisa Foster said...

Omgosh how CUTE!!!!! Great job!!! I totally love this!!! Thanks for playing along with us at PDS!
Hugs,
Lisa