Tuesday, December 9, 2014

December Blog Hop

Welcome to the December Blog hop.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.  Enjoy hopping from my blog to the next persons blog.  Look for her name highlighted at the bottom of the post.  You will jump from one to another and wind up back here.

My focus this month is Christmas gifts.  Some of the other bloggers are going to share the NEW products from the Seasonal Expressions and I'm sure you will be inspired.

I made ornaments for the tree using our new Cricut Cartridges "Artfully Sent", "Artiste" and Art Philosophy.

'The nativity was from pg 46 Artfully Sent, the star from pg 23 in Art Philosophy.  Merry Christmas was cut from pg 80 in Artiste.

I cut everything out in vinyl and placed it on the ornament.  Remember when you use vinyl to set your pressure at 3 so you don't all the way through the paper.

Now hop over to Crystal's blog and see what she created I'm sure you'll like what you see.

Joyce     Houck           Joyce-joyfulcreations.blogspot.com   You are here

       Crystal Davis                          www.craftingwithcrystal.blogspot.com

         Krista Hershberger          Kristascraftycorner.blogspot.com 

      Betty Locco  

      Marie Flayer                   njstampingqueen.blogspot.com

      Nancy Brown                   creativelyartsygallery.blogspot.com

       Helen Gullet                      http://helengullett.com

      Stephanie Brown             stephanielovesscrapbooking.blogspot.com

      Andrea Sherman                     girlpluspaper.blogspot.com

       Back to Joyce


  1. I LOVE this Joyce!!! I need to learn how to cut vinyl, and it sounds like you could give me some lessons :) Thanks for sharing! :)

  2. Great idea to cut the nativity image from vinyl and put it on an ornament. This looks beautiful!

  3. Fabulous idea! Love that nativity scene on your ornament :)

  4. Beautiful ornaments, Joyce! Thanks for organizing this monthly blog hop and allowing me to participate.
    :) Marie

  5. I haven't been brave enough to work with vinyl often, but you have inspired me to try!