Tuesday, December 6, 2016

How To: Upcycled House Ornaments and a Holiday Blog Hop!



Hi all!  I'm so excited because it's the FIRST blog hop with members of the Jessica Sporn Designs Creative Team. 

Today I'm hopping along with 


to share some holiday creations using my stamps and stencils. 

I hope you've been enjoying the Creative Team posts - I know I have! 
AND.... 

We have a great three giveaways - one lucky commenter will win my Blessings stamp from Rubbermoon





another will win this little holiday ornament, 




and another will win this lovely wall hanging by Creative Team member Denise Alloca.  Denise couldn't participate in the hop, but created this beautiful project for her tutorial & post on December 22.  

My little ornaments were inspired by some cardboard I received in a food delivery package, as well as Kristin's brilliant "Tiny Homes" tutorial.  She inspired me to pull out my glitter and use these stamps in a very different way than I had previously envisioned! 

I filmed my process -- hope you enjoy the video.



Now hop on over to Karen GauntSherry CaninoDenise Alloca and Kristin Van Valkenburgh
to see what they've created!

All comments on all the posts count - so don't forget to leave your kind words!  

If you are entering the GIVEAWAY, please add your email address in the event I need to contact you.

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Thank You!


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20 comments:

  1. I have the houses from this set, they are wonderful! and I love the way you used them here! rtilinsk(at)mail.win.org

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  2. These are so beautiful! What gorgeous ideas! I adore your stamps and love that you upcycled the cardboard pieces to make these. They came out amazing with all of the embellishments and added glitter. Thank you for the wonderful ideas and tutorial. Looks like so much fun and you make out look so easy to do. Beautiful!

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    (Entering both emails for contact because my WordPress account did not come up for your blog.)

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  3. Those are so adorable and festive. Glitter makes me smile. From my house to yours, Happy Holidays! from glovchik(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. I just love these. There's something about house images that always gets me! Wonderful tutorial. freeman5262(at)gmail.com

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  5. What a wonderful up cycling project. You know I am on board with up cycling.

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  6. didn't add my email address mrsjetjr@yahoo.com

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  7. Love the colors and design - just delightful!

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    1. Oops forgot my e-mail: kbarber861@gmail.com

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  8. How beautiful Jessica Judy love your ornaments ❤️❤️❤️

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  9. Jessica, I am completely in love with your creativity. xoxoxo dlcrisp(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  10. These ornaments are just delightful! So very yoU!

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  11. I love your little houses so much. These stamps are on my wish list because they are so versatile and your posts sow such great ways to use them. Hope you have very happy holidays.

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  12. Such a clever idea using the recycled packaging. The colors, textures and images combine to form such happy ornaments! cabjuhasz(at)gmail(dot)com

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  13. Your ornaments are adorable! Not only is this a fun project for us but older kids would love making these as well :) acs004(at)comcast(dot)net

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  14. I absolutely love your houses. Can't wait to make some. Thank you for your continued inspirations. Happy Holidays. Claudia, c21claudia@aol.com

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  15. I love anything and everything that has to do with houses and these are no exception. Love love love. Adlopez77(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. Great project for my kids and me! Su.van108(at)gmail(dot)com. Thanks, you are inspired!

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  17. These are soooo cute! Way cute! Thanks for the inspiration. My email happyacres at wowway dot com

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  18. I couldn't find a place to comment on Sherry Canino's blog, but please let her know I loved her project and shared it on facebook. Thanks.

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  19. these houses are so sweet! Thanks for the chance to win.

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