We were inspired by these awesome ornaments and decided to make our own. Check the link for great photos and a tutorial on how to make your own using plastic wineglasses from the dollar store!
I used the paper doll illustration from Claudine and made little Shrinky Dink Alfredos. We made about a dozen of these and could easily make more.
Alfredo made most of the scenes himself and then we used a bit of Snow Tex on the base. It was a quick and easy project and the results are dazzling.
Alfredo made this one for my niece who was married this year.
How clever to use wine glasses! I just wanted to stop by and wish you and your family a lovely Christmas! I love your latest inspired ideas issue! Have you seen my miniature Christmas home? Here it is:
I can't wait to make a bell jar at French General in January--with Molly Meng. You've got my creative juices flowing. Love these.
Adorable little Alfredo shrinky dinks!! What a giggle, you two!
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I made these ornaments this year ...love your idea for the shrinky dinks. I put little banners on my trees that said things like "Fenton Christmas" (hometown), "Garage Sale Queen", "Fairy Garden Christmas", etc. I used some things from my mother's house like thimbles and spools too. She passed away this year. May have to use your idea for next Christmas. I can be looking all year for the small stuff!
These are so flippin cute! I LOVE how you used the shrinky dinks! Definately pinning, and thanks for the link back :)
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