Wednesday, July 20, 2011

CTMH Extravaganza Art Work

Here is round two of Extravaganza art work. Like I said in the last post... I am SO LOVING the medallions for any festive occasion. So the story about my art being in the trash is true, so I had to find a way to want to keep my creations. So I decided that it would have to be a really good reason for me to keep items... in this wreath, there are some very beautiful snowflakes given to me by my father-in-law and they belonged to his grandmother. So I KNOW for a fact that this wreath is NOT going anywhere the trash can or recycle.

There are 1", 3/4", 1/2" and 1/4" scored medallions and they range from 1" x 12", 2" x 12", 3" x 12", 4" x 12" and 6" x 12" strips. The Scor Pal or the Martha Stewart scoring tool come in very handy when making projects like these. The color combination is from the Wonderland paper packet in the Autumn/Winter Idea Book.

The "Icing Overlays" top coats (Z1468) were perfect for this family garland and I even added them to the wreath.

These cubes can stay up all year long on a mantle, entertainment unit or book shelf. Each side of the cube is created to reflect a different season of the year. "Peace" for the Holidays, "Scary" for Halloween, "Autumn", "Love" and "Love". The cubes are from Michael's and if I remember correctly, they are in the "Dollar" section of the store.

These darling ornaments are the squares from the My Creations Memory Game, covered with the Wonderland paper. The embellishments are Designer Brads (Z1360), Pin Clips (Z1612) and the Bling Assortment (Z1466).

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  1. STUNNING!!! That wreath is amazing. Thanks for giving the sizes! I definitely have to try it!

  2. Gorgeous! I love that shade of blue and white for the holidays. I would love it if you would stop by and share at the crafty link party going on right now at Lines Across My Face.
    I hope to see you soon,

  3. That wreath is amazing! I love the colors and that it is a piece of artwork.

  4. Would LOVE it if you would link this up at my turquoise lovin' party going on right now!!

  5. Everything looks great! I love the colors you went with.

  6. Beautiful!!! I'm wondering what you used for the base of the wreath, if anything at all...wire, foam, cardstock? And how did you attach the medallions to the base and to each other? I'm guessing hot glue. I'd love to try this for the holidays!


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