Tuesday, November 22, 2016

The Forth Jello Mold of Christmas for the Funkie Junkie Challenge





































I believe I am finally catching up! I have a couple of these in the hopper to show you this week!


A huge thanks to Linda and her awesome store, the Funkie Junkie Boutique who sponsors this challenge. I was inspired quite a lot by the colors on tag number four and the poinsettia flowers. 


I wanted a poinsettia flower so badly that I took one apart I had and remade it smaller. I just used a little leaf die cut I had and cut out a bunch of petals.





































 I used vintage velvet holly under the flower. How do you like that gold believe I used across the bottom of the jello mold! THANKS to Lisa for hooking me up with that word!

I'm back tomorrow with another!



6 comments:

  1. Oh wow. LOVE how you used that jello mold! Perfect for Christmas! I just love those glittered bits! :)

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  2. How cool that you cut a new poinsettia out of one that was too big!! Genius! This is gorgeous!

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  3. Love the 'believe' - thing that really caught my attention first! And well done cutting the flower like that! Clever as always:):)

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  4. Love that you retro-fitted that poinsettia. Such a creative approach. I agree that the 'Believe' is a great finisher for tis project. Great Vintage Santa topper too. Wonderful project, Mitra!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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