Good morning Sugar Fans! 
It's Janine, and I'm here to share with you my Wednesday post.

I thought I would make a lovely little Christmas bauble and even though the stamp I used isn't technically a Christmas stamp I thought I would make her 'Christmassy'

The stamp I used is called 'Princess' - isn't she just adorable. She's available as a digital stamp from Funkykits


To make my bauble - I die cut 2 pink scallop circles from card for the back of my bauble. Next I printed the image onto colouring cardstock along with a sentiment and die cut it into a circle and  attached it to one of the scallop circles. I printed out a further 2 images and coloured them all with Copic Markers and then fussy cut out the parts I wanted. The 'Princess' image was layered up on the base image, then glitter and a gem was added to her dress. I placed die cut glittery stars and white dots around her to add a little interest.  Using strong glue I smeared a small amount around the rim of the bauble and attached it to the circles. 

To stop the bauble from tipping forward I added a little extra weight by gluing a few coins to the back, I used the remaining die cut scalloped circle to hide them.  To finish off I added a length of Bakers Twine and a ribbon.
You can the find the 'Princess' stamp here --

For full details of everything I did and I used in my bauble project, please check out my blog here.
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Big Hugs
x Janine x


Squirrel x said...

Oh hun, she is absolutely delightful! I love that you have made her into a bauble, what a wonderful keepsake, and as always your colourwork is too pretty for words. Gorgeous! Sorry I have missed so many posts sweetie, I am struggling to recover from the shingles and I have very little energy left by the time I get home from work. Will try harder. Hugs xx

Lisa Topps said...

LOVE all that sparkle on her and the extra layers for dimension is brilliant. Very pretty bauble!