Monday, November 25, 2013

Creative Ornament Ideas Continued~~

A few days ago I shared with you
a tutorial for
this ornament.
 If you would like to
create it using the steps provided,
click, 
Since that post
we were hit with  winter weather
here in Texas and very cold temps.
Not snowed in, but cold temps with
sleet and drizzling rain.

And for me it's
 the perfect combo for creating
and getting into the holiday spirit.

So here are a few more ornament ideas
that are quick and easy.

Perfect for gifts,
sending as a card in a bubble envelope
or tying on a package.

Here are a few items needed.
The rest is up to your own creativity
and imagination.

Great to do with the kids
for home bound projects
 when the weather keeps them home from school.

This framed angel
is another ornament card I created.
*****
Most of the supplies are gathered
from the Dollar Stores,
Michael's  and  JoAnn's  Dollar  section
along with bits and pieces left from other projects.


Backside with designer paper
to open for message.



Tinsel trimmed.


It looks so pretty on the tree.


The following is a variety of ideas
you might like to try.





Backside with designer paper for message.


Backside star to write greeting.


These are a few
created with vintage molds
or cookie cutters.




Inside the mold I added wood glittered snowflakes
with word messages, like~

Inspire dreams~



or creative journey!

 The next 3 ornaments are hand painted however and
included in my
yearly Sampler set
of ornaments.

Vintage cookie cutter~
hand painted and distressed.

Hand cut and painted wood rose birdie.



or tiny glass ornament
perfect for a small tree
or gift giving
all offered in a 3pc Sampler Set.


Every year ornaments seem to be
the best sellers on line.
I never get all that I want to offer
designed and created.

It's an on going journey
but one I truly love
and so thankful for.


So on that note,
I wish for you
a very
Happy Thanksgiving
filled with family and friends
love and blessings.

******

Graphics for the designs used in these ornaments
are courtesy of
and can be seen on the shelves

And, one more thing~~~
till Dec.9th
I am having a sale
at checkout with paypal
using coupon code
SHOP25 to receive 25 percent
off the purchase price of your items.

All apart of
The Shabby Cottage Shops
Christmas shop event going on now.

Visit till the 9th to find wonderful treasures
from many participating shops
and talented designers.

See you soon!
Happy Thanksgiving.
Hugs
Celestina Marie












25 comments:

Julie Marie said...

Those are all just gorgeous Celeste!... I love how they looked on the tree... wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving... stay warm!... xoxo Julie Marie

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

They are all so pretty, Celeste! I have a bunch of those frames from Michaels. I can never seem to pass them up! I should make a couple of ornaments with them. It will give me the new ornament I usually like to get each year to add to the tree.

Happy Thanksgiving! : )

Cozy Little House said...

You are so ultra talented! I was at the Dollar Store today. But not for anything as exciting. I was buying brake fluid!
Brenda

Patty Sumner said...

How very beautiful and creative...They are all just wonderful....We are supposed to be getting some freezing rain tomorrow...I hope to get my shopping done for Thanksgiving....Enjoy your crafting and Happy Thanksgiving to you too. Blessings!

lynn said...

darling ornaments, celeste:) my fav is the bitty glass rose ornament. thanks for sharing these adorable ideas! happy thanksgiving!!

Donna said...

Wow, oh wow! I am drooling over all of your gorgeous creations, Celestina! I love them all, you've created so many pretty ornaments, I just can't pick a favorite! I'm going to have to go thru your post again and study them all:) I especially love the vintage tin mold ornaments. And of course all of the glitter and pretty trims that you've used! I know these won't last long in your shop!!

Createology said...

Thankfully you are safe from the worst of the snow and storms. Divine ornaments and thank you for sharing your techniques. Joyful Bliss...

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I love them all, but I am a huge fan of your hand painted rose ones! You must have a lot of patience to make all of those, so detailed and so much work! have a great Thanksgiving!

Carol

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

Wonderful ideas and so nice of you to share...sometimes we all get "stuck" and it is great to get "reinspired."

I love the idea of card ornaments...a forever keepsake!
Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving!
♥ Jil

suziqu's thread works said...

Dear Celestina
You really have been busy creating these gorgeous Christmas ornaments and I can tell how much fun you have been having in creating them.
I especially love your vintage cookie cutters ornaments.
Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful inspirations with us!
Wishing you a very special Thanksgiving!
Suzy

Valerie-Jael said...

Your ornaments are just gorgeous, lots of wonderful ideas. I have lots of vintage scraps and insel, so you have inspired me to make something with those! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! Hugs, Valere

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Celestina Marie,

Love all the pretty Christmas decorations you have made.
Happy thanksgiving dear friend and hope you have a happy week.
Stay warm and sending hugs
Carolyn

Creations by Marie Antoinette and Edie Marie said...

Each ornament has so much personality Celeste! My fav is the medallions, very cool. You've been so busy haven't you? We saw the storm was hitting Texas hard and now it's moving to the north. Just east of us will get 6" of the white stuff. We've been busy here too and getting the big bird ready for roasting tomorrow... we cook the turkey the day before so the oven is free for all the goodies on T-day.

Much love to you and Larry! I'm so thankful that you are my friends!
Edie Marie

1CardCreator said...

This is fabulous, love all your great ideas and your hand painted ornaments just get more beautiful every year! Sorry to hear about the cold snap there, try to stay warm. ~Diane

Jan Tanis said...

As always, just gorgeous! ♥

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

You are so creative, Celeste! All your ornaments are gorgeous.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Sherry at The Rusty Pearl said...

You will have the most beautiful tree ever my friend. OMGOODNESS I loved them all. The crown one is my fave.. I am in a crown phase right now LOL .. I love them all and your spirit. I love my visits here .

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Your ornaments are beautiful. You do such lovely work - thanks for the post DIY.
Have a great Thanksgiving and don't eat to much turkey.
Mary

cynthia lee designs said...

Love your ornaments...they are all so pretty!! Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
hugs,
Cindy

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

This is exactly what I want to be doing right now! You have so many beautiful ideas here. Glad you got some festive weather. Happy Thanksgiving!

Brenda said...

I love all of these. They would make awesome gifts and my granddaughters would love doing the crafts. You have many wonderful ideas!
Yes, our weather in Texas is cold! I think we are going to have a week of winter. :)
Have a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Brenda
Down Memory La La Lane

The Farmers Daughter said...

I've gotten so many ideas visiting your blog tonight! I've had quite a few posts to catch up on. Enjoyed visiting as always!
Hugs,
Dru

romance-of-roses said...

Dear Celestina,
So happy you are back on the blogs, we have missed you. You were so sweet to visit me and now here I am visiting you.
Love the ornaments, especially the first one and the angel. Oh and the cookie cutters are so very cute.Isn't the dollar store fun? We all seem to find things we can use there and at the right price of $1.00
Don 't know if you noticed that my side bar is down at the bottom, would you happen to know how to fix this? No one seems to know. I put up a new post and nothing changed, it's still at the bottom.

Wanted to wish you a Very Happy Thanksgiving. Hugs, Lu

Christina Paul said...

Oh I love these! You have such a great eye for combining designs and textures- I just love vintage images- and so funny I just used the same angel with tree for a project!

Ivy and Elephants said...

Each is more beautiful than the last! Your ornaments are gorgeous and creative, too. You are amazing!
Have a happy and blessed Thanksgiving!
Hus,
Patti

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Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..