Chipboard ornaments honoring our Hump Day Christmas this year. I started with a mini pennant base made of chipboard. The size is small - approximately 2 1/2 inches wide by 3 3/4 inches tall. A fun size to work with very similar to working on an ATC. I covered them in various scrapbook papers and then added the rest from there. I stamped the camel and then decided he needed a Santa hat for the occasion. I pawed through my collection of Christmas stamps and found a little bear wearing a hat that was just the right size. I stamped the bear several times and then fussy cut the hats to fit the camel. Looks like it fits him pretty good. I printed the sentiment on the computer. Punched some holes, set the eyelets and added twine to hang them. I finished the bottom tip with dangles of beads and bells strung on head pins using jewelry tools.
Looks like this camel is ready for the holidays.
(Next photo shows a close-up view if interested.)
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Date: Friday, December 27, 2013 GMT Views: 775
Deb, I can't believe how much work and love you put into these amazing and innovative ornaments. Your creativity is inspiring. It's such a delight to see where your mojo leads you ... into uncharted territory that's for sure! FABULOUS work!