Tuesday, December 22, 2009

SALT DOUGH STAMP ORNAMENTS WITH GLIMMER MIST

I had the kids and their friends come make salt dough ornaments. They stamped with my rubber stamps and ink. Afterwards, they left me with the ones "that they didn't like."

CHALLENGE: Fix them... with ink, Glimmer mist, lots of different colors of Glimmer mists, heat tool dried, wrapped ribbon around them and voila, the challenge is now hanging on my Christmas tree. Here they are...

The rectangles are Stampin Up images
I colored this one in with ink pens, distressed the edges with Rangers Tim Holtz distress ink, added a wild red ribbon and gold and watermelon Glimmer MistAnd here are some hanging on the Christmas tree. Great opportunity to challenge myself to adapt something that was about to hit the trash.





Fun for all! Hope your tree is shining as a reminder of the true meaning of Christmas and that blessed star.
Elaine

6 comments:

Becky said...

These are just beautiful

Martha said...

just so cute, and your tags are wonderful!

Susan (peebsmama) said...

I haven't made salt dough in decades. What a great idea to make ornaments from them.

Pam said...

WOW-how creative-and beautiful-

luv46kdz said...

These are great! I love the glimmer mist, I know I'm not using it to it's full potential.

courtney said...

How wonderful! And a great crafty idea for the kids.