Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Pure Christmas Bliss

Its another Blissful White Wednesday at
 Timewashed and I'm back to share more Christmas ornaments
I found two small birdcages recently and transformed them into
a Festive home for the birds and I hear the rent was (cheep)
Oh I know thats bad. LOL

Here's a Salt shaker ornament. The inside has a tiny Church I made from
glitter card stock. The church is so tiny about 1/2" wide
it also has a tiny bottle brush tree and a bed of snow.


These are fabric transfers made from my personal collection of
vintage Prayer cards and Poinsettias made from music paper and glitter CS

From the bottom hangs real vintage Crystals

All the above are already spoken for but I have lots of Lovely
ornaments still in my Etsy store.

50 comments:

Brenda Brown said...

Wonderful, wonderful Christmas projects Lynn, I just adore that tiny little church, it's so sweet.
Hugs Brenda xxx

bobbie said...

they are all really beautiful, but that salt shaker is amazing!!

misteejay said...

Lynn, these white creations are just beautiful - you have been busy.

Toni xx

ImagiMeri said...

Gorgeous stuff and love the swaps you did recently, too. I can't believe you made that tiny church....that's like some crazy thing I'd do, too. We are so much alike.

Hugs,
Meri

Kikka said...

O`the white little church is so adorable and beautiful! Hugs
Kikka

lynne said...

Those are so gentle and soothing Lynn.
That little birdcage is precious (even though it was cheep!!!)
Gorgeous creations ... as always.
Wishes
Lynne

Vada said...

Say Mrs. Lynn--You realy Rock White on White!!! But LOVE, the Salt Shaker!!!
Very Neat!
Hugs Vada

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

You just excell at these ornaments Lynn, your eye for detail is fantastic. I love the pure white especially for Christmas. Fantastic. Tracy x

Annie said...

Love those bird cages Lynn.

TFS
Annie x

Jane said...

Beautiful!

Crafty Chris said...

Had to laugh at the joke the oldies are the best, stunning birdhouse look lovely on the xmas tree.
Chris x

Sue said...

Beautiful, I love white on white particularly as I find it so hard to do:)

Sarah said...

I have seen ships in a bottle but never a church in a bottle. Bet you had really tiny carpenter elves to help you with that task.
Beautiful work, Lynn!

Evelyn S. said...

Darn! I was just going to ask if I could buy the birdcage! ;-) Do love all the white, Lynn. They're beautiful.

Susan said...

Lynn, are so pretty! I love your art, so creative.

Kathy Eddy said...

Your ornaments are all just so lovely!

Kathryn Grigg said...

Beautiful as always.. You are so creative. :)

Shopgirl said...

You are already in the Christmas spirit. I love the little church in the salt bottle. But everything is so lovely. I have been so busy still working on the remodel upstairs, so I haven't been commenting as often. Have a wonderful week, Mary

Jo said...

omg, your level of creativity just blows me away! These ornaments are completely and totally fabulous!!!

Wish You Were Here said...

These are all so beautiful! Thank you for sharing. The little church is so cute. Hugs, Janice

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Gorgeous! just beautiful pieces Lynn!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Your ornaments are so pretty--love them!

Donna, Doni, Lady D said...

Beautiful, Lynn! The thought of having a peek at what you might have in your stash boggled my mind. Just adore the looks you create. xoDonna

Redanne said...

You are so, so clever, these ornaments are gorgeous! Love the little church especially. A x

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Aggghhh!!! I cant stand it!!! I am sooo in love with all of them!! I wish they were still for sale!! I always want everything in your shoppe, lol
Big hugs,
Amy

Davi said...

Wow are those gorgeous! I love the bird cage and that decorated salt shaker is really pretty.

Anita Houston said...

Completely fabulous!!!!!

Linda R said...

Such sparkly goodness my friend. They look amazing.

Hugs~

Carol said...

Gorgeous Christmas decor!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Lynn,
how many time can I say gorgeous??
Love,love the salt shaker and the bird cage is adorable.
Have a blissful WW.
Hugs,
Marie

2amscrapper said...

these are stunning! What a fabulous idea for a salt shaker. That little church is amazing! Is that like building a ship in a bottle?

flutterbycrafter said...

Simply stunning

Kelly_Deal said...

Lynn, your projects are stunning!

Terry said...

Lynn, the Christmas ornaments are incredible! How clever to use a salt shaker! Now you have given me ideas! Love these, GF! Hugs and I sure hope you are working inside!!!!

DeeDee said...

Wonderful white Christmas.. I love the salt shaker... so darling they all are..

CuddlyBunny said...

When I look at these all I can think of is the song "Walking in a Winter Wonderland" ... and wow, does it make me smile! :)

G. S. said...

You have been busy and with great results! The church is 1/2 in. wide? I could never do that. :D

hazel said...

Beautiful and amazing Christmas projects, I love them all.
xxx Hazel.

Gio said...

oh my, the salt shaker and little cage are so brilliant. I already imagine those in pink!!:-)

trisha too said...

You are so right--that WAS bad, but the cage and ornaments are all so wonderfully GOOD, we'll let it go this one time . . . ;)

All of these are just lovely, Lynn!

:)trisha

Paper Profusion said...

Very very special Lynn and utterly gorgeous. When I see how beautiful these are I wonder why anyone would want to go beyond white! Nicola x

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh Dear Lynn
These Christmas creations are all so adorable - you are so talented - love each one!
So sorry I have been missing your posts lately and even more sorry that I even missed your birthday!
You'll have to forgive me - I'll be in touch!
Please come and enter my Giveaway and I will enter yours!
Hugs from here,
xxx Suzy

Sophie said...

Wow! Lynn, wie wunder-wunderschön.

Liebe Grüße xoxo

Dawn said...

All SO amazing.

Martina2801 said...

Wow, Lynn, what wonderful Christmas creations! I`m excited about your ideas and your talent. Really great!
Have a nice weekend my friend.

PetraB said...

adorable Christmas projects, silver and white is one of my all-time favourite combinations, it always looks so elegant

Wanda H said...

Beautiful!!! You are having fun!!!

Shelly Schmidt said...

I ma loving all of these....gotta go check out the ETSY store! How cool to make a scene inside a salt shaker- I esp love the mini church and the fun mini tree!

Unknown said...

Great idea for the salt shakers. I've been saving my empty spice jars because I knew there was something fun I could do with them. Thanks for the great idea though I'm sure I won't make anything as exquisite as yours!

Marjie Kemper said...

Lynn, these are just stunning! Love the white on white and I can't get over using the salt shaker as base... brilliant!!

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