Wednesday, December 15, 2010

QB5 Christmas Swap

The QB5 girls did a "junkle ornament" swap for December....
Patty and I (the ones with nothing better to do) got our ornaments sent out into the world... where they have arrived at their destinations.
So I will show you!
Patty did the adorable little bird nestled in tinsel!
Hanging below the little nest is a thimble bell she created!
And it all is suspended from the sweet twisty wires!
Margaret took pictures in the snow of these and I swiped her shot of mine (don't tell her).... Mine is done in a little tart pan.
I bought an ornament from Cari Kraft about 3 years ago that inspired this!
I used some disks I bought at Quilt Festival to glue an image under
and then mounted on a cork I cut down
and glued in the center.
I surrounded it with paper I shredded and even some shredded paper that is so thin and wonderful that I bought from Cari last year.
And the entire swap was inspired by this woman!
Doncha just love junk!

7 comments:

Lorrie said...

I love junk, and I love what you've done with it. Gorgeous!

~*~Patty S said...

I adore your QB5 tart ornament Linda...Margaret's pic IS a perfect look at it...I tried taking one of yours on my little turquoise tree today with no success...I am missing natural light for photos for the bbb...there is a tiny window of opportunity to snap pictures inside here

you sure took some sweet pics of the thimble bell birdie!...junkles any time of year will be fun!
oxo

Sandy Michelle said...

Oo I love your orni! Have a joyous Christmas my friend!

Sandy xox

Katie said...

Hi Linda! I made my photo blocks. I also started my blog. I don't know how to make it cute though.:( Ah well...here's the link:

http://marthahasminions.blogspot.com/

Jeanie said...

You guys do the best swaps! I've missed being able to blog check -- so good to be back. Love your header. Perfect.

Nathalie Thompson said...

My favorite part about your ornament, Linda is the tarnished bead strung on the ribbon (from a vintage garland?) And Patty's is the bird and that German tinsel--although the thimble was genius too!

Margaret said...

Ha, I found out eventually! I shall expect candy canes galore next year in return! and I promise you will get the one I made you before Dec 2011! well, here's hoping...