MDUC Challenge 125-Make an Ornament

Hellllooooooooooooooooo
Yay!! Another Challenge is beginning over at MDUC this week and we want you to make an  Christmas Ornament.
Well I had lots of fun making this Wreath. Everything was handmade apart from the polysyrene ring.

I started by covering the ring with White Organza Ribbon and made lots of Pink Pointsettias from Magnolia Doo-Hickey Pointsettia(LOTS!!)
The Holly I made using Tim's Sizzix Die Holly and covered in Snowtex and Walnut Distress ink.
Tilda i used was 'Tilda With Cross Stitched Heart' painted with DI's.
Ive added a little sparkle , but being me I'm more of a rustic kinda gal than a glitter gal!


Challenges Im entering are
Please go over to MDUC to see the rest of the girls creations. I can tell you those girls are just THE BEST!
Thankyou for taking your time to isit me. It means ALOT!!!
Big BIG hugs
Debbie xxxxx

31 comments:

Juls said...

fabulous! Love all the dimension, and the soft colours! Hugs Juls

maxine said...

wow this is stunning Debbie x

yvon said...

Wow, what a piece of art. This is so beautiful, great job you did.
Hugs, Yvon

Agnes van Hensbergen - agnesstampcards said...

Beautiful ,fabulous work.
Hugs Agnes

Loz ♥ said...

~gasp~ I want this Debbie!! Absolutley stunning! xx

Liz's creative corner said...

Wow Debbie, gorgeous! this is just beautiful, love the flowers and the colours, hugs Liz xx

Marga said...

Woww this is great Debbie.

Hugs Marga

Fleur said...

Oh Debbie another stunning make and how beautiful it is. Gorgeous details and a lovely keepsake
BIG HUGZ Fleur xXx

Suzan L said...

Wow Debbie, What a gorgeous wreath you have made with all those beautiful handmade poinsettias and the sweet Tilda!! It is such a wonderful keepsake!! Thank you for joining us at the Just Magnolia and hAnglar and stAnglar Challenge Blog!!
Hugs,
Suzan

Chrissy said...

Stunning...just gorgeous Debbie...the flowers are just gorgeous, and Tilda sitting in there, soooo pretty,

Luv CHRISSYxx

Anne said...

This is just so beautiful. <3

Tania said...

This is stunning, absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing

SannaS said...

WOW!!!!! GORGEOUS!!!! =)
hugs, SannaS

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

Debbie, so gorgeous! Love the pink poinsettia's. Beautiful job! Hugs! Leah Ann

Nikki said...

Love looking at your work it's beautiful :)

Kathleen said...

Its stunning Debbie. I love it.
Kathleen x

Monique said...

Wow. That is gorgeous. The flowers are so beautifull!

Hugs Monique

Maria Therese said...

Gorgeous ♥ And beautiful coloring ♥♥

Ribbon Girl said...

The wreath is beautiful, so much patience to make all those gorgeous flowers! Lovely colours too, hugs Mary G x

Crea Astrid said...

Wowwww, what a beautiful Christmas creation. Beautiful flowers.

Hugs AStrid.
http://creaastrid.blogspot.com/

Donalda said...

Oh this is just gorgeous. I so love what you have done dear. Thanks for joining us at JM and Hanglar

Riet said...

This is so wonderful Debbie.

Hugs Riet.xx

pinky said...

Its just gorgeous Debbie!! Thanks for joining us at Sir Stampalot this month.
Pinky

Maris said...

wowww this is soooo stunning xx

angelwhispers said...

sensational Debbie just wonderful and just love the flowers just so pretty and perfect for the image. Love Chanelle xxxx

Pat said...

Hi Debbie! Ohhhhh...I love this! It's absolutly stunning! Your coloring w/DIs is gorgeous! And I love all the pointsettias! So glad you've shared this with us at Magnolia-licious!! Hugs. Pat Frank

Francesca said...

Stunning creation

Thanks for joining us for our bingo challenge at Sir Stampalot this month
and good luck !

Hugs
Francesca

Sonia said...

Super Beautiful!
Thanks for joining us at Lollipop Crafts. Good Luck!
-Sony
http://sonia-studio60.blogspot.com

Jane said...

WOW! absolutely stunning hun! LOVE all the pink poinsettias! gorgeous design! thanks for entering Just Magnolia challenge too! hugs, Jane x

Tracy said...

A cute and Pretty creation. Thanks for joining Sir Stampalot’s challenge, good luck
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Ruth said...

What a beautiful floral wreath. Thanks for sharing it with us at Sir Stampalot, Ruth :)