Monday, December 7, 2015

Visions of Sugarplums 2015...Day 2 of 3!



Hello there, friends!

Its day 2 for the Visions of Sugarplums Hop!  It's time for more Christmas fun!  Lori of Chouxchoux Paper Art is hosting the Visions of Sugarplums Blog Hop!  Lots of fun with prizes!  And, a challenge(Christmas/Winter) with any project that fits the theme can be linked to Lori's blog mentioned above!  The challenge will end December 20th.  And, a randomly selected winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to Lawn Fawn!  Come and check it out!
 
Here is my second Christmas project that I created for the hop...
 
 
 
I started with a glass container and sprayed it with glitter on the inside and outside.  Iridescent snow flakes were placed on the bottom.  The church is an ornament, and I placed a star above the circular window and blue gems around the other windows.  Large snowflakes were placed on the sides and trims around the top.  Here are a couple more views...
 

 
The church lights up as you can see through the windows!  And, one more view of the trims along the top...
 
 
 
 
  Please visit the list below to see what amazing projects these talented ladies created!
 

Maria Patrick-that's me
 

 Visions of Sugarplums Sponsors:

Lawn Fawn - $25.00 Gift Certificate
The Funkie Junkie Boutique - $25.00 Gift Certificate
The Cutting Cafe - 3 Sets of Choice to a Winner
Moonlighting & Co. -  1 Set of Choice to Three Winners
PPinky Dolls - 1 Digital Stamp Image of Choice
Baers Design Studio - 1 Set of Choice to Three Winners
CanvasPop -  one 16x20 canvas of your favorite photo
ChouxChoux Paper Art -  Mega Giveaway of Christmas Crafting Goodies
 
 
Canvas Pop has another great giveaway going on right now - you could WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS!  Enter by December 11th.
Enter the WIN YOUR CHRISTMAS giveaway HERE.
 

Other information:

You can also win prizes by commenting on all the blogs.  Your name is entered for the prizes for every comment you leave.   The more comments you write, the more chance you have to win.
 
Please come back tomorrow to see another Christmas project I made!  Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Take care!
Hugs,
Maria
Supplies:
Glass container, ornament, snow-Jo-Ann Fabric
Gems-Darice, SU
Lace trim, ruffle trim-Webster's
Large White Snowflakes-Darice
Glitter Snowflakes-SU
Ribbon-Verve
Silver Glitter Spray-Jo-Ann Fabric

 

30 comments:

  1. Wow a winter wonderland, beautiful work x

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  2. I love this proyect, it so lovely all that glitter.

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  3. so pretty and i always love me some glitter

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  4. Gorgeous creation - beautiful Wintery scene! Fabulous! xx

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  5. Fantastic Maria! I do love little pretend scenes and I can envision myself inside one. Of course I am much smaller in my dreams!
    sandy xx

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  6. Oh Maria this is so beautiful! What a fantastic Christmas decoration :-)

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  7. This is one of the prettiest snow globes I've seen this year. Thank you for sharing.

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  8. So glittery and so white and wintery...love how you decorated both the inside and outside of this glass container. Great project.

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  9. This is so cleaver and beautiful!!!!

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  10. Beautiful!!! Love all the detail you put into creating this!!! Merry Christmas!!!

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  11. This is absolutely gorgeous!! I love the design and the details!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  12. Beautiful - so love the vintage country snowy look! Reminds me of the old song... church in the valley of the wildwood - no lovelier place in the dale.... YOU made a lovely wintery peaceful happy place for your church Maria. Sooo precious. j.

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  13. Your little church, nestled in the wintry wonderland you've created, makes for a beautiful ornament! I'll bet it's all the more stunning lit up...
    ~carol

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  14. This little church is just gorgeous! I love how realistic it looks too!
    Take care!
    Michele

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  15. Maria, this is beautiful! Love the large snowflake on the church. The whole entire thing is fabulous! So glad you're a part of Visions of Sugarplums!

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  16. OH heavens! This is just gorgeous! Great to be along for this hop. So much inspiration!

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  17. Oh my...were you in Michaels this weekend?? I just bought a little house and some of those cute little trees! I am afraid to start though...if mine turns out half as good as yours I'll be happy....how did you get the church to light up?

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  18. This is a beautiful Christmas decoration and definitely something I could put together.
    How SPECIAL that the church lights up. Since I didn't see any wires, I am assuming you bought it that way.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Oh this is so pretty! Beautifully done!

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  20. Such a pretty Christmas scene Maria......I wish they sold those tiny tree here, I would love the make something like this! So much inspiration...its been fun hoping with you!

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  21. What the cuteness!!! When I lived in Germany and tried to describe Winter there to people, I would tell them it was like being in a snow globe; especially if you were out in the towns shopping for Christmas. NOW I'm gonna tell them it's like being in Maria's glass jar! This is beautiful and you've captured the essence of winter and wonder and praise all in one! Fantastic make. :)
    hugs,
    Lisa x

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  22. So gorgeous and festive! I love it!

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  23. what a precious little church! :) just beautiful!

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  24. Oh I want it! Looks like something from an expensive boutique, Maria! Happy Holidays!

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  25. WOW so gorgeous and festive
    and Thank you for a chance to win
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia
    soniasv@rediffmail.com
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

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  26. Great project!!! I love it! ;)

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  27. Oh, I just adore this little village scene you created, Maria! I totally agree with Greta.... looks like it came from a high end boutique!

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  28. I agree with Greta it does look like something from an expensive boutique--beautiful!

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