Friday, November 7, 2014

Peace & Joy


Hello Everyone! We made it to the weekend! :) This past week has been productive in the creative dept, and I couldn't happier! Whoop! Here is my latest project - 


I have had this idea tooling around in my head for over a year, and had intended to use the retired Neighborhood Wheel, (one of my all time favorite images from Stampin' Up! by the way,) but how convenient that SU comes out with Holiday Home. Whoop! Perfect for the project wouldn't you say? 
I had so much fun coloring and making all the little details. Here is a close up -



 Yes, it took time, but the time was well worth it,.. I love it! Besides, some quality me time was had too! OK, I am off and running, as always thanks for stopping by and taking a peek!


Heather :)

Stamps - Holiday Home, Good Greetings
Paper - Whisper White, All is Calm DSP, Silver Glimmer
Ink - Black Memento, Old Olive
Accessories - Big Shot, Decorative Dots EF, Silver 1/8 ribbon, Cherry cobbler Bakers Twine, Confetti Stars Punch, 7/8 scallop circle punch, White EP, Versamarker, Blendabilities- Cherry cobbler, Old Olive,Crumb Cake, and Daffodil Delight assortments, Two Way glue, Dimensional Dots, Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, Clear EP, Nordic Designer Buttons

25 comments :

Shoregirl said...

What an absolutely fabulous project! I love all the details you included in this lovely work of art!

mclove said...

Heather, this is gorgeous! So beautiful! How big is your star?

Pauline said...

Heather, this is absolutely the most wonderful Christmas project I have seen with this stamp and framelit set with the stars!! L.O.V.E. IT!!! TFS

Helen said...

Saw this on Pinterest and had to pop over to say WOW!!! This is incredible! TFS

Susan Mac Donald said...

stunning; TFS

Paper Panda said...

Absolutely stunning!
Mandy x

Michelle Long said...

I just saw this on Pinterest and literally gasped out loud! It is the absolute cutest project from the Holiday catalog I have seen yet! So glad I found you- your stuff is amazing!

Kim In Texas said...

This is absolutely stunning! How did you make the snow effect on the trees and buildings?

stempelplatz.com said...

What an amazing project ! Saw it on pinterest and it was love at first sight.

Bianca

Rose said...

Wow! This is gorgeous, Heather! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Doris said...

Stunning!! Very creative and absolutely fabulous!

Jan Hoyt said...

wow, so cute! So glad that someone on SCS demo forums directed me here to have a peek...you certainly knocked this one out of the park!

Judy DiScipio said...

What a wonderful idea!!!!! :)

Cindy King said...

OMG... Absolutely awesome!!! Perhaps you should consider making a YouTube Video...

Dawn Hoffman said...

Just saw this at a local demo meeting and wowzers!!! It knocked my socks off! Love, love, love it!

Leslie McGhee said...

This is Amazing...What a great idea. Your work is very detailed and that is what makes it so wonderful. Bravo!

laura lok said...

saw this on pinterest and had to say WOW love it. question did you make the star or is that somethign that can be purchased?

T said...

Amazing project - just beautiful! Can you please tell me how you did the star? Thanks so much!

papierscrapetc said...

C'est magnifique!!!
Moi aussi je pensais faire ça avec la vielle roue...Stampin'up a lu dans nos pensées et réalisé ce nouveau set qui peux être utilisé tout au long de l'année.
Je pense que je vais m'inspirer de votre réalisation, si vous le permettez?

Debby/Darthy said...

Once in a while a card or project comes along that reminds you why you started stamping. Out of this world gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration.

AZanna said...

I would buy all the stamps right now to get the instructions!! Beautiful!

Marjolijn van Elsberg said...

This is so nice, thank you for the inspiration. I love it!!!!

Erin Fennelly said...

Is it possible to get instructions for making this project? Thanks!

Marianne B in AZ said...

Just thought I would let you know, your beautiful star is still being found on Pinterest and is still wowing people!

tonilea said...

WOW This is SOOOO pretty!!! Did you ever do instructions for it? I would love to have them if you did. Thanks