Whoo Hoo! Its a holiday hop! Its that time of year where we all get Festive! You may have come to here today from Mary’s blog. If you’ve come here outside of the hop and you don’t want to miss any of the holiday projects featuring Creations by AR templates you can start at the beginning by visiting Lisa’s blog.
For the Holiday hop I used the Creations by AR House Box and Ornament template to make a Winter Frost ornament. (I haven’t gotten my Christmas tree yet so I couldn’t display the ornament hanging on a tree.) You could fill this ornament with candy and give it as a gift, or even include a flameless tea light.
You know I almost wasn’t going to participate in this hop because on Thanksgiving I hurt my back and I have doctor’s orders to take it easy! If you know me, you know that I don’t sit down when I’m crafting! So making this project sitting down was a different experience for me!
I put “snowflakes” on the roof!
I know its not my best work 🙁
Hopefully I’ll be “back” on track soon enough!
I used the following Stampin’ UP! products: Winter Frost DSP, Silver Glimmer Paper, Coastal Cabana Cardstock, Petite Curly Label Punch, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, 1″ Square Punch, Silver 1/8″ ribbon, Scallop Edge Border Punch, Multipurpoase Glue.
Other: flameless tea light
Thank you for joining in the hop and stopping by my blog. Don’t forget we all love comments! Once you finish hopping please be sure to visit the CbyAR Facebook page and leave a comment there as well: Creations By AR. Don’t forget to ‘Like’ the CbyAR page if you haven’t already…and mine too while you’re at it!
Your next stop on the hop is Marisol’s A Touch of Sol
Now for the really important stuff…There will be one blog hop prize (winner’s choice of template). For this hop we have a mystery blogger. Winner will be randomly choosen from comments made on the mystery blogger blog, so please be sure to comment on everyone’s blog in the hop! Comments will be accepted through midnight Eastern time on Saturday, December 7th. The blog hop winner will be announced on Sunday, December 8th on the CbyAR Facebook page, the PCP Group as well as on Lisa‘s blog.