Thanks for checking out my craziness...

I have always been really crafty but never really had someone to share the excitement that I get when I create something new. I branced out of my little network of friends and found the exciting world of blogging and lots of new friends in the world wide web that love to be crafty like me.
So now I am trying new things and I get to share my craziness with the world.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

On the 7th Day of Christmas

ATC SISTERHOOD 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop

On the 7 Th Day of Christmas my true love game to me.... Seven Swans a Swimming

 
12 th Day of Christmas
 I cut my atc at 3.5 inches x 2.5 inches using midnight blue paper.  
I found the swan image on line and adjusted it to the varying sizes. 
I attached the swans at varying depths and  highlighted the feathers with silver stickles.  
I used a braided cord with clear tinsil for the embellishment and a glitter pen to make the number 7.

    ATC SISTERHOOD 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop
1st     A Partridge in a Pear Tree  Heidiwork
2nd      Two Turtle Doves Dare2beme71
3rd Three French Hens Kristine316
4th Four Calling Birds just_jenn
5th Five Golden Rings imadekyle
6th Six Geese a Laying smperkins
*You are here ----> 7th Seven Swans a Swimming lvmeeyes
8th  Eight Maids a Milking Nettie
9th Nine Ladies Dancing browneyedmommy
10th Ten Lords a Leaping BreezyButterfly
11th Eleven Pipers Piping Abbyroosmommy
 12th Twelve  Drummers Drumming mjnmkmommy

10 comments:

Shannin said...

Love your ATC! Great job on the swans

Jamie said...

Oh that turned out adorable. Luv the swans

Shannon said...

Not quite what I had originally thought but I like it just the same. Thanks for the comments!

Heidi said...

That's very creative! I love all the swans!

christina said...

wow!! great job!! just gorgeous

Chrissy's Creations said...

So pretty, I love the swans.

Dare2Bme said...

Very Pretty ATC

Angie said...

Love this, the colors are great!! Very creative!!

Jenn said...

So creative!! I love it!!

TheWearyButterfly said...

Great job Shannon! I'm sure those swans were not easy to cut out (curvy necks and all).