Monday, September 28, 2009

May The Joy and Peace...

I seem to be on roll in making these ornaments and probably due to the fact that I have exactly four weeks left until the "Relay For Life " Bazaar put on by the American Cancer Society and not to mention orders that have come in from various gals on SCS and blogs. I just love this one as well and I am so glad that I don't have to make a decision on which one to purchase. I love how this all came together and the coloring took a bit of thinking as I was trying to think how this village/town would of looked like back in the day when Christ was getting ready to be born. I felt that there were not many colors the adobe/brick walls could be so I went with more of the earth tones depicting it. Again if interested in purchasing an ornament see the post below on how to contact me. Thanks for looking. Supplies: Stamps: JustRite; Ink: Stazon; Ribbon: Offray Satin; Westrim Rhinestones.

26 comments:

Dawn B. said...

Deb this is amazing. I have just loved these. I went and got some the other day. They are not shiny like yours but I can't wait to play with them..Thanks for sharing.

Cassie_lu said...

Stunning. All of them have been. You are amazing with them and I can see why so many would love one. I would love to try to make some myself, but for now I can only drool over the ones you have shown.

scubasubie said...

I'm loving your ornaments! THey are all soo beautiful

gale said...

Gorgeous ornament. The coloring is amazing!

Shelly Schmidt said...

I think this may be my favorite so far- actually, I say that each time I see one....... but i really need one of these....TFS

Kathy said...

Like Shelly just said, every time I see a new one, I think it's my favorite. They all are absolutely stunning. I definitely want to give it a try sometime! I think your's will do wonderfully at the Relay for Life bazaar!

JazzyH said...

Great!

Vicki said...

Another jewel, Deb! Such an awesome piece! Blessings to you!

jennifer said...

This is GORGEOUS! Wow, what a beautiful ornament Deborah!

Louise Forsyth said...

Gorgeous Deborah!!! Love that you have used muted earth tones, totally appropriate for the image.

Jenn Embry said...

This is so beautiful! I love it!!! I think these will all sell quite well at the bazaar.

CathyRose said...

All the ornaments are beautiful, but this one is my favorite! Beautiful coloring.

Abi Bundy said...

gorgeous!

pezadoodle said...

your ornaments are truly amazing!!

scrappinmominky said...

The ornaments that you make are absolutely beautiful. Whoever gets them will love them.

Heidi said...

wow another beautiful ornament, I am glad I dont have to choose either- they are all magnificent. I finally found some and bought to try this weekend, I just need to find the right stamp.

Mary G. said...

I didn't think it was possible this THIS ornament is even MORE beautiful than the others you've made!!! I'm am amazed at your talent! Beautifully done!!!

Deb S. said...

So gorgeous! Looks so professional!

Naomi said...

WOW!!! This doesn't even look handmade it's so perfect. The colors are dead on, I believe, for the time period, and it's just wonderful all around. Your work with this amazes me!

Karli said...

They're all so beautiful! I know I will get one, but I just don't which yet! Thanks for emailing me. (I felt so dumb for asking that question, because the answer to my question was in the previous post! sorry :(

The Mama Monkey said...

Wow...you are the ornament queen! This one is just as stunning as the rest!

Martha said...

wow, its so pretty!

Cindy said...

Very pretty! Love the Leann Rimes song that was playing too!!

Joanne Travis said...

This is SO beautiful!! Love the angel ornament too.

Traci said...

Great job coloring! I love this one! It looks so real and the rhinestones add such a great touch

Sharon Harnist said...

Your ornaments are beautiful!! The coloring on this is fabulous!