Thursday, December 26, 2013

Christmas Gems 4, 5, 6, and 7 for Linda's Funkie Junkie Challenge

I finally got all my gems finished! It's harder to work this small than I remembered!

I am working with these tiny sample containers for Linda's Funkie Junkie 12 Tags of Christmas Challenge. The sponsor of the challenge is her on-line totally awesome store The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

There is a larger project these fit into, so I'm anxious to get these completed and the whole thing put together!

Gem 4 was inspired by the colors on Linda's tag. The holy on the ornament reminded me of her flowers.

Gem 5 was completely inspired by that Santa! I had a great Santa image I wanted to use and sprinkled vintage glitter that really made me happy. 

Gem 6 really came together as my wooden chip board did not fit into my container, but I could use the top and some Prima gems. It's the half way point for this challenge and she used "25" on her tag which prompted me to use that same image. 

Gem 7 was inspired by that black & gold look and the world Joy. I really struggled to get a uniform coat of perfect pearls on that snowflake!

More to post later. Little peeps downstairs are begging for breakfast!


  1. Let 'em beg....good training there, Mitra!! No, seriously - I don't know HOW you work with such small elements...they look fab...sparkly Santa makes me happy, too....hope you're feeling no ill effects from that 'ice escapade'.....:):)

  2. There's something compelling about tiny, cute projects. They're just so sweet! Hope you're having a nice holiday season. :)

  3. Yeah ..I agree with Lizzy ! Its amazing how you have worked on such small space that too so wonderfully !

  4. What you've done here with these 4 are amazing Mitra! Such tiny, tiny elements and that glitter sparkle with Santa...LOVE THAT!! I think it's wonderful to see vintage, classy, retro and fun all sitting side by side. I'm honestly so impressed with this idea of yours. Cannot wait to see the rest!!

  5. These are completely adorable, Mitra! Each one is special in its own way. I can't wait to see the completed project all assembled!



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