I’ll have a blue Christmas…..ornament!


What do you think of the new header?   Too much?  Just right?  Certainly NOT too little!   I might change it but I thought it was fun  and bright….and who couldn’t use fun and bright?!

Here is another ornmament that I made with the Ornament Keepsake Bundle.  This one is Bashful Blue, Whisper White, and Silver.   It was heavily inspired by Tara Bazata, a fabulously talented demonstrator from Colorado.

My dining room is (currently) blue and it is often frustrating to see a decoration for the holidays that just doesn’t work in a blue room.  When you create your own decorations, you can make them match whatever you need to match!

I plan on whipping up a bunch MORE ornaments to share with you as I will be selling them at the Warwick Art Museum Holiday show (more details to follow on that one).  If you would like a free ornament of your own, just send me(Betty@powerofpositiveinking.com )  your Stampin’ Up! wish list along with the name of a contact person (and way to contact them) and you will get your very own custom made ornament!

When you purchase this bundle (Ornament Keepsake Bundle), you get a beautiful stamp set with 9 stamps as well as the framelits to cut them out using your Big Shot.  And what’s more—you SAVE 15%!  Gotta love that!  $49.95 for the wood mount or  $42.95 for the clear mount).

So go ahead and put together your wish list…..or order your own bundle to make your custom creations!

Stay tuned for more samples!

Supplies:   Ornament Keepsake Bundle, Big Shot, Mixed Medley Stamp Set, 3/4″ Circle Punch, 1 1/4″ scallop Punch, Silicone Pad


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