Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Series 2: Part 2 - AND THEN THERE WERE TREE






This week, I found inspiration in nature and denim. Is that a little bit profound or what? Is it even possible for something to be "a little bit" profound? Don't think so. Something is either profound or it isn't. Right? Right. Okay then, glad we cleared that up...

So here we are at Part 2 of "And Then There Were Tree". And using the exact same "denim discs" as I did in Part 1 (tutorial here), I made these little Christmas ornaments. I know I know... it's AUGUST! But, hey, like a boyscout I say it's never to early to "be prepared!"

Honestly, all you need is a few little denim discs, some craft glue, gold thread and some embellishments. Put 'em all together and make your own denim disc Christmas ornaments! Easy easy.

Here's what I mustered!









Have a wonderful day!



P.S. I'm linking!



Life as Lori PonyTails and FishScales Photobucket
and to Party On Garth at Just Make It: Handmade by Annabelle
Keeping It Simple Makingmmm button
Handmade Monday @ Olga's Home and Garden Blog

34 comments:

  1. Seriously?! Wow these are adorable! And denim, my second favourite fabric ever.

    Also, I think you are right, a little profound is like a little pregnant, you are or you aren't. But you were so I wouldn't sweat it.

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  2. I wanted to let you know that I awarded you the "I heart your blog award".
    Congratulations.

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  3. These are ADORABLE...I love unusual Christmas tree ornaments...I can't wait to see your tree this year!!

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  4. Oh these are very very cool Michelle, and aren't you so organised for Christmas.

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  5. Wow..these are great! You will be so pleased come December to have some already-made nice little giveaways!

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  7. Ha! This is so witty, funny and beautiful. You are just fearless, you have the most the most amazing eye. Love it so much!!!!!

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  8. Wow, how crafty! These ornaments are fantastic. I love them so much.

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  9. Oh now these take the cake!! Gorgeous!!! I definitely have to make some of these. Love them!!!!!

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  10. These are SO cute! Thank you for sharing them with us at Fabric Fun Thursday.

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  11. Your great Michele and these are so wonderful x

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  12. Those are precious trees....very cool!

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  13. Maybe just your subconscious mind wanting Xmas to be here ??? Or are you just too hot now ? - I notice that you made WINTER ornaments with your toilet roll as well ... But I love this idea of Xmas trees ! My favourite is the one with lace ... Something we will do with Petite Plume , l' Ecureuil and Alex ... But definitely not now ;)

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  14. Oh I love that! What creativity you have -- to see a Christmas tree in a stack of denim!

    Thanks so much for joining my WEEKEND LINK PARTY!

    I'm your newest follower.

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  15. You are Clever ! Love these although it's far too hot to think of Christmas...I'm catching up with everyone now I'm back from my holidays.

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  16. These are freakin' adorable! You are so clever and smart and your trees are just....too cute. Now I have to go look at Part 1.

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  17. This is so cute! I'll have to make these for gifts this Christmas!

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  18. I featured your mirror today and I really hope you link these up today as well.
    I really enjoy your blog, glad I found it!

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  19. Those are way cute and so simple!
    I just cut off the legs of my daughters jeans last week.I saved them not knowing what I would do with them.
    Now I know,thanks for sharing!

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  20. those are the cutest things I've seen all day!

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  21. These are seriously way creative!! I never would have thought! Awww I need to make some now! :D I am your newest follower of your delightful blog and I hope you stop by Frou Frou Decor..I love new friends! I would also love to invite you to link up to my Fabulous Friday Finds party, every Friday! Hope to see you there!!
    Hugs,
    ~Terrell @ FFD~

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  22. I will definitely be making these. They are so pretty.

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  23. These are absolutely brilliant!! I just cut up a bunch of jeans to make a blanket. Wish I had kept the seams. I had thought about it but didn't because I don't need to save more stuff but boy I wish I had.

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  24. Michelle, I came here via Fabric Fun Thursday. These are adorable! I too am in the Christmas planning mode.

    Best wishes,
    Tammy

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  25. Hi Michele! I found your site off of Today’s Creative Blog! I love your craft! You are so talented! I just signed up to be your newest follower! Woo hoo! I hope you stop by my new blog. I just started it 2 months ago and would love new friends! Please come see me at http://www.modernfamilymagazine.com

    -Heather-

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  26. These are so cute. I just love them. I must try it. Thanks so much for sharing this with us. YAY!

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  27. bello, lindisimo. original
    gracias
    patricia casal

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  28. Интересно тут у Вас, барышня! Как жаль, что я по-английски не понимаю...

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  29. I love these!!! Thanks so much :)

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  30. Thank you for this great idea! I justed this idea and made the little trees of magazinepages : http://mumsboven.blogspot.nl/2012/11/kerstboompje.html
    Thanks again!

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