'' Christmas is right around the corner. Are you ready for Santa? Create an ornament for your Christmas tree, the front door or for a special present. How do you like Christmas this year? Traditional or modern? Have fun creating and Happy Holidays.'' I decided to make a hanging ornament using a Cherry Lynn heart die. I started off by sponging various distress inks over some white card, then stamping some Stampotique text stamps randomly over the card :- Shoot for the moon (7114) and World all her own (3035) Splattered some black ink then inked over a stencil. Then I cut out 5 hearts, folded them down the middle and glued them together. I then stamped Large Tree Topper Angel (6157) on the same card, cut her out and attached her to the ornament with ribbon. And here it is...
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Hello, I'm Polly.
I love altered art, cardmaking, ATC's, in fact anything that needs gluing, stamping, inking or cutting is just my idea of heaven!!!!
I am pleased to say that my husband of 7 years is extremely tolerant of my crafts, especially as I tend to spread from one room to another,well aren't all we all a little messy when we're being creative!!
I like to incorporate all kinds of embellishments in my work especially lace, ribbon, butterflies, angels, hearts etc in fact anything pretty and girly. I soooo love pretty and quirky pieces of art. I was lucky enough to see Tim Holtz in the flesh recently - seeing him was just fantastic. It was only a one hour demonstration but its amazing how much inspiration you come away with.
I hope you enjoy my blog