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Saturday, December 13, 2014

Holiday Gifts Blog Hop

Welcome to day One of the
 Holiday Gifts Blog Hop 



Connie Can Crop and her crafty Elves are so glad you decided to join us on this wonderful wintery weekend. We hope to inspire you with some amazing Holiday Gift Ideas!
You should have arrived here from  (INSERT NAME OF PERSON BEFORE YOU AND LINK), if not hop back into Santa's sleigh and head over to the beginning at Connie Can Crop.

This is a two day blog hop and we appreciate your leaving a comment for all of Santa's Elves who are here sharing their ideas and creations along this Christmassy hop.


We have three amazing sponsors and giveaways for this hop!



 Julie with Simply Silhouette 

is giving one lucky winner a really cute
green Scrapbooking tshirt!! YAY!
http://www.simplysilhouette.com
AND

Jessica Wilson
is giving away a $10 gift certificate to her shop 

AND


Connie Wallenbrock

is giving away a new Petite Perks Stamp from CTMH.


What do you need to do to win? Easy... become a follower of each of the fabulous blogs (Day One and Day Two) in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects.

You will have until 12:00 am Monday to finish this Holiday hop and leave your comments.


Winners will be announced on Wednesday at Connie Can Crop.


Be sure to follow everyone and leave your blog love along the way!


For my Project today I made Angel ornaments in memory of my Angel Nephew for his Mommy and Big Brothers. 

 I found some angel beads at Michael's that were perfect for a regular sized Christmas Ball.


I pulled the "feathers" off this boa that I got at Hobby Lobby.
You might need to use a pencil or pokey tool to push the feathers through the top of the ball.
 I used some elastic beading thread and I thread it through the Angel and then up through the two holes in the top of the Christmas Bulbs hanger top then I thread it back through and tied it in a knot.  There is a video at the bottom showing how I did this if you're interested. 
I put the Angel through into the bulb and put the topper on.
Sorry you can see me and the camera in the glass but I tried to get a decent picture of the finished project.  

  

Up next is Lucy's Blog


Here is our complete line up in case you get lost along the way:
Be Sure to Come back tomorrow to see what the rest of Santa's Elves created for Day 2!!!
Thanks for stopping by please come back again soon!! Merry Christmas ~ Carla 


18 comments:

  1. i really love this as my son past at birth.

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  2. this is so precious! I need to give this a try! I think I have all the ingredients!

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  3. This is really awesome! I have never seen an ornament like that before!
    Beth
    Beth's Beauties

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  4. So sweet- love how you used the feathers.
    I follow your blog with Google friend connect.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  5. This is just darling!!! I am sorry for your loss!!!

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  6. Beautiful keepsake ornament I'm certain it will become a very cherished item. My sympathies for the loss of your nephew!

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  7. Your project is a beautiful keepsake!

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  8. What a beautiful ornament! I love it!

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  9. Sorry for your loss. These ornaments are absolutely gorgeous. What a beautiful way to remember a loved one. Thank you for being a part of my hop. Scrappy hugs, Connie

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  10. SO very sorry for the loss of your Angel Baby Nephew! So sad, but such a beautiful way to remember him by!!!! Great job! HUgs!

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  11. What a beautiful idea. A great way to remember your baby nephew

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  12. This is absolutely beautiful
    Hugs
    Debbie

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  13. Wow, what a pretty and sweet idea. Love it!

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

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  14. This is such a fabulous idea! Great hopping with you. Merry Christmas!
    Hugs, Sandy

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  15. This is beautiful. I love the way you chose to remember. Just beautiful.

    Julie
    Simply Silhouette
    aka: Cricut Chick

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  16. What a thoughtful gift! I know it's an ornament they will treasure forever.

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