Sunday, July 28, 2013

JustRite August release Day 1

Good morning everyone.  Today is the first day of the JustRite August release.  Today's release is actually a beautiful die designed by Becca Feeken called "Lacey Tiers".

I used the Lacey Tiers die to create a Christmas ornament.  I created this ornament by accident.  As I was trying to figure out what I was going to create with the Lacey Tiers die I was playing with the diecut in my hands.  Just then it hit me - I folded 2 of the corners together and got 2 of the ornament points.  I diecut 4 of the Lacey Tiers, folded each one and adhered the centers together.

For the inside of the ornament I chose a sentiment from Christmas Inner Thoughts, diecut with Spellbinders Scallop Labels One.  The beautiful bow was made using ribbon from Sharon Johnson's Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

Here are the other JustRite designers also showing projects today using Lacey Tiers dies.

JustRite Inspiration 
Becca Feeken
Kathy Jones
Kristi Schurr
Kellie Fortin
Michele Kovack 
Darsie Bruno
Marisa  Job  
Angela Barkhouse 
Kazan Clark
Barb Schram
Heidi Blankenship

Thanks for stopping in for a visit today.  I won't have a project for tomorrow but you can still check out the other designers by visiting the JustRite blog.  I will have another project to share on Tuesday.


Stamps:  JustRite Papercraft - Christmas Inner Thoughts

Dies:  Amazing Paper Grace - Lacey Tiers, Spellbinders Scallop Labels One

Ribbon:  Sharon Johnson's Stamp Simply Ribbon Store


Diane J said...

WOW That is beautiful!

Michele Kovack said...

I love your ornament Angela! It is so delicate and pretty!

I'm a Little Teapot said...

That is so neat! It would be a great ornament to add with a tag on a gift! Fantastic idea!

Mickie said...

Beautiful ornament, you are so talented to create this, I would have never thought to use the die this way.

bridget22868 said...

That ornament is AWESOME! I have to get this die so I can make these for my tree this year!

Pati said...

Beautiful ornament, so delicate & elegant looking. I can just picture you playing with the die cut & wondering what you were going to do with it. Love it when creativity, and in your case beauty, comes from it! :)