Like last time, I used white alcohol ink and a bit of stickels to embellish the glass. The berries were torn from a holiday pick and the awesome green trim was purchased from Tim's etsy.
This one is a favorite of mine. I love the image of Santa. I also adore the hand blown glass charm that was made by a fellow art charmer, Kia Dallons. I added a rusty star and a holiday token from Tim. This week they are asking us to show some stars over at Simon Says Stamp and Show. I did not stop with one ornament, I added a starry touch to the one below too.
I used a star paper in the background, and made my own star burst by altering a bit of broken jewelry. I used some vintage tinsel from Tim as well as one of his metal embellishments. The window is from Prima and it was also inked up with a bit of Smooch.
Another ornament, using memory frames. These make for the quickest projects! The icicle is made from polymer clay, and was received in a swap for holiday art charms and it was made by Laurel Steven. It has been great having a selection of holiday embellishments at my fingertips to use.
Here is another junque ornament, like my previous entry. I decided to use one of Tim's keyholes in this one along with some other junque, an art charm, an altered token, some beads etc. I hope the recipients of these little treasures enjoy and perhaps you find some Christmas ornament inspiration.