Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Series 3 - SITUATION CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT-ATION #1




I'm starting a new series! It's been awhile, yes, what with the epic that was Series 1. The flower-making never seemed to end. Don't get me wrong now, I love flowers. When I look back in the archives, I have to say I'm quite satisfied with all the different flowers that came out of that series. In fact, I see a few floral tutorials in my future detailing some of those creations. But the series was long... Just an observation.

And, I'm just fond of EVERY aspect of Series 2. Denim is such a great crafting material with so much texture and richness. So I figured it was time to get back up on the series horsie! That said, I begin:

Series 3: SITUATION CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT-ATION: Installment #1!

(Out of how many installments is still to be decided...)

The tutorial for Installment #1 is such that only a teensy amount of brain juice is required, so I've chosen to go wordless. Shhh, it's starting...


Tutorial: Plastic Bottle Bottom Ornaments













See? Easy as pie and just as delicious!


Have a great evening!

20 comments:

  1. I'm speechless - how you see such beauty in a plastic bottle!!! Ciao

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  2. Fun, fun, fun. I have loads of plastic container projects in my mind - I so need to get them out.

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  3. So pretty! I can just picture a Christmas tree with about 20 of these hanging on it :)

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  4. Ah!! These are adorable. Love them!!!

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  5. I can't wait to see your Christmas tree - Hugs Nat

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  6. These are gorgeous, especially the yellow one :D

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  7. Your the best at anything like this Michele....i love all that you do x

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  8. These are very nice aren't they? What kind of paint did you use- acrylic ? I quite fancy doing this with my art class kiddies. I will have a practice first...

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  9. Gorgeous, gorgeous....my bottles are piling up a little while longer while I prep to make a wreath of my own. Now the tree can coordinate ooo-la-la!

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  10. Just saw your blog for the first time today -- love it! Mind if I follow along?

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  11. Very cleaver and cool Christmas ornaments made from recycled plastic bottles. I shared your post over at Trash to Treasures at Ravelry where I am a member. We all love stuff like this!

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  12. These are great! Now I know what I'm doiong with the stray water bottle I find rolling around my van:) Thanks

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  13. another great project, thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday! Love those colors too....xoxoxSara

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  14. I will be having a go--cottonreel

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  15. Love recycled crafts! I use a ton of water bottles! I love this idea!
    I would love for you to link up on my blog here:
    http://singingthreelittlebirds.blogspot.com/2010/11/christmas-ornament-link-up-singing.html

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  16. Awesome idea! Thanks so much for the inspiration! I am featuring it on my Blogger's Thanksgiving Top Ten:
    http://sceneofthegrime.blogspot.com/2011/11/bloggers-thanksgiving-top-ten.html

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  17. What kind of are you using? Spray or brush paint. Would it streak? I love to mack Christmas ornaments.I used to make sheep out of matiral thet looked like sheeps wool. And plaid ribben. And wobble eyes and little gingle bells aroound there neckes and I used little sticks from outside as there legs. I gave them all away so now I have nothing to go on! Do you ever make these. They looked. So sweet on the tree! Anyone out there make these? Sure wood like to do them again. Been years since I made them.also I used a sowing machine and mine has been gone for years.need to get a new one. Have to shop around. Crafts is my life. Thanks for the great ideas!

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