Yesterday Part 3 of Anonyme Scrapperes Anonyme Timeglass-Challenge came. This time it was a colourchallenge. We must use Gold, Silver or Bronze. And still make something not square or rectangular.
Tricky, this one! Not the making-part, but I find it really hard to take good pictures of shiny surfaces (hard taking pictures in general, and shiny, sparkly stuff even more...). Well, these are the best two of about 20+...
This ornament is made around a used taperoll
- you know, the one that you can't get the last round of tape off.
I just fastened a christmaspaper to the remaining tape, and used the roll as base.
Inside I used one of Pions last years christmas-collection.
I painted the inside white, and put a quite thick layer of "Aleene's True Snow".
Over the snow I sprinkled a little glitter, and put in a little figure ( the caroling snowcouple is from a broken snowglobe).
I used a Marianne-die (LR 0127) on both sides - see how perfect it's size matches the taperoll??!??).
The holly I used as decoration on the front is from the same set. On it I put some red halfpearls.
On top of the ornament I decorated with some cinnamonsticks and a few cones (had to brush on a little gold to those, as well).
On the back I stamped on a verse from a christmas song.
In addition to the challenge at Anonyme Scrappere I'll enter these three challenges:
Fashionista Challenge - Anything Goes Christmas
Just Keep On Creating - Christmas is around the corner
Alphabet Challenge - R for Recycle, Repurpose