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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Deck the Halls....

Good Morning,
I'm a day late getting this post up. Blogger didn't like me very much yesterday. Let's hope this one works today.

This week at Practical Scrappers, we are making Christmas decorations. OMG, you have got to check out what my amazing dt sisters have designed for your inspiration! It will definitely give you some mojo to create last minute projects. Head over to Practical Scrappers to check it out!
I decided to alter a tin star. I had some of the yummy Bo Bunny papers left over from my AC Bailey kit, so I used that on my star. I love this little star. It was so easy to do. I used copy paper to get my pattern, drew, cut, inked and glued. I did let the glue dry overnight before hanging it on the tree. I totally love how it dress the star up! Look around your stash and see it there is something you already have that you can put a new spin on! Have a great day!

Blessings,

20 comments:

  1. What a fabulous altered job!
    Loving it!!
    Have a great day!
    Hugs,
    Teri xx

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  2. This is very cool. Where did you get the star??

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  3. Now this is awesome Kim! I just had my hands on 2 metal stars at a yard sale, and didn't even THINK to do something like this with them...should've bought them...grrr. LOL

    Yours really is fabby hun....awesome job! : )

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  4. Love this altered project Kim!!! You did an awesome job!!!

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  5. Yes that is yummy paper you used again. I love the altered tin star...great job sweetie!
    hugz,

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  6. Love this!! What a pretty decoration! Now I'm on the hunt for tin stars!

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  7. Oh WOW!!!!!!!!It's gorgeous, how did you do this? I love it.

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  8. Very beautiful! That is going to be an ornament to treasure over the years!!

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  9. Awesome idea! I may have to try something like this....

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  10. WOW Kim! This star ornament is gorgeous! I love the vintagey look! :) TFS

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  11. That is an awesome star!!!
    Kim where do you get the TIME to do all this???? You are amazing.

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  12. Hi Kim
    Well Sister let me tell you I think most of us thought star!
    Guess what I made....lol
    I love yours never thought to use a metal star....I really like the papers you choose...Big Hugs Wanda

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  13. how beautiful kim! i love it :)

    xoxo
    sarabeth

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  14. Beautiful, do you have instructions on how to make it?

    Kym

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  15. Boy did you bring out that star and make it beautiful.... what a great idea

    Harriet

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  16. Super cute and what a fun project.

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  17. This is fantastic Kim! I wish it was a paper star though with directions! Beth

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