Sunday, July 13, 2008

2nd CD case all done

This time I lined all four sides with Vellum . Hard to get a good pic with the reflection.
But LOOK at the last pic, I put a votive candle in it. Huummm...... I did do this for my stamp sets right?
Anyway, I put Taylor's http://tayloredexpressions.com/ Tiny Twinkles on all the stars, and adhered her Black Rain Dots down all four corners. I was going to add a tag to the top and that's why I have that stretch cord on there right now, but I think I will add a ribbon to the top

Really lovin it as a candle holder though.
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Well thanks for dropping by today.
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15 comments:

platitudinal said...

Oooooohhhh ... soooo pretttty!
Using vellum and then put a ligted votive inside ... you're a genius, Tonniece! Christmas is magical, you definitely nailed it! :)

Dianne said...

Its looks frigging gorgeous, and I see our little sis mentioned that darn word again, curses to her LOL...

Annapurna said...

Very cool! Love this idea. It looks beautiful with the candle inside.

platitudinal said...

Oh, Tonniece, I love coming back to your site and looking at all the pretty cards and mostly this CD case votive. :D

africantapestry said...

You are the ever creative artist! It looks beautiful with a candle in!
ronell

Deb Neerman said...

Sheer genius!!!

platitudinal said...

Tonniece, I know you got it already. But, I still decided to award you the Brilliant Blogger Award. I think you're so brilliant you deserved to be chosen twice or thrice :)

*Participation is not obligated. I just want you to know that I think you're awesome :)

Joan said...

Oh wow, the candle holder is amazing. What a gorgeous glow!!!

Mel M. M. M. said...

This is awesomely pretty. What a brilliant idea to turn this into a votive holder. LOVE the white twinkly stars and how you have 4 different fairies. SO sweet! :0)

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Oh how pretty! Love it! And thank you for the tag!

Allison said...

Very cool...neat idea! Loving the fairies!

Deb Neerman said...

A New York minute is approximately 40 seconds ....

Hope all is well with you, Kiddo!!!

~Huglettes!

Lisa Thibault said...

This is a fabulous project! This would be so cute in a little girls room.

I nominated you for a I Love Your Blog award. Check out my blog for the details.

Jenny said...

these are so lovely,
jenny

Jewels said...

That is beautiful! What a great idea. Thanks so much for posting it at my Cube Carnival!
Jewels