Friday, November 22, 2013

Day 4 of the Mark's Finest Papers Christmas-Holiday Blog Hop



Welcome to the final day of  Mark’s Finest Papers a Heinrich Co. Christmas/Holiday Blog Hop. We have some great tutorials for you to make some fun and easy projects for this Holiday Season. We will be giving away two stamps sets during this hop, so two lucky people will go home with both of these fabulous stamp sets. Be sure to comment on all the designers’ blogs. Our hop will run from November 19-22. Our two winners will be announced on November 23, 2013. 


November 19th - Christmas Crackers

November 20th -3D Ornament Ball

November 21st - Countdown Calendar

November 22nd - Pine Cone Frames




Be sure to check out all of our designers who participated in our hop. The more you comment the more chances you have to win one of these great stamp set give-aways! 


Jane 


Here is my Sample:


14 comments:

Anne said...

Wonderful idea, beautiful project and something I can make with our young son! Bravo!

Lois said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I like your oval frame.

Georgei said...

Wow your frame is so very pretty
Like the deer in it
Thank for showing

Renee Collier said...

Your frame is so rustic. Love it!

Renee Collier said...

Loving all of the pinecone frames! Thanks for the tutorials....they'll come in handy with the kids this year.

Sue D said...

Perfect image for this rustic frame.

terrie said...

The image you used is perfect with the pine cones..such a wonderful idea...
Thank you for sharing it with us...

Jane said...

I love your frame with this image!!!

kReN said...

I love natural looking decorative things. This will be added to my collection of ideas. TFS!


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kReN said...

Not sure if my comment went to you or not. Love your project!

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(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Beautifully done. love the deer image you have used.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like how you colored the stamped Deer & scene image, woodsy framing & hanging rope.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Crafters Guild Sisters said...

Great frame! Thanks for the tutorial.

Jean Bullock said...

What a great frame for the little deer scene.