Wednesday, December 2, 2009

MARIE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS THAT I MADE






These are the Marie Christmas ornaments that I made for the Marie Antoinette Mail Art Group. I really enjoyed making these. I had a vision and was a little nervous as I did not know if they would come out ok. I started with small cricket cages that I painted gold and made new bottoms for. I made swings and attached a glittered bird with a crown inside. I decorated the front and back so you have a choice of which side you want showing. The front is open and the back is covered with lace. I am a member of Cassi's design team, so the Marie I used came from her Etsy Store: http://www.etsy.com/shop/cassiscreations, and the sheet I used is: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=33743871. She has lots of beautiful digital collage sheets for sale, please check out her store. I hope the ladies that receive them enjoy them. Happy Holidays.

7 comments:

The Painted Nest said...

Terri,
These are Beautiful~!!!!

debi said...

Terri, Your ornaments are STUNNING! Oh, I wish I'd been in on this swap! Your work never ceases to amaze me!

Terri Gordon said...

Thank you so much Deborah and Debi, I really appreciate your kind words, love both of your wonderful artwork too.

Barb in CA said...

Terri, these ornaments are gorgeous! You are so talented AND creative!

Julie Ann said...

Oh my gosh- these are beautiful and so unique!!! I love how they are double sided, too! Awesome work!

Cassandra said...

Terri these are so amazing! I just had to photo a photo of them on my blog! Thanks so much!

http://myartfuladventures.blogspot.com/2009/12/pretty-christmas-pinks-and-blues.html

hugs
Cassandra

Rella said...

Sigh...these are breath taking!! You do beautiful work.
xox Rella