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!


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

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

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

  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!



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