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JOY !!

Merry Christmas to all you people out there! Have fun and enjoy the holiday season!

And I thought it would perfect to share a Christmas-y frame(and a felt ornament :)) I made as a gift for a dear friend.

The Joy sentiment is heat embossed with Red Tinsel Powder by Ranger's and it's all glittery! The poinsettia flower is from Pie Lane and the holly leaves are from PPRS stamp set, white heat embossed and colored with two shades of distress inks. I think it will be a great Home Decor piece this holiday season :)

The little felt ornament has a very delicate embroidery with silver thread. It's a pity I forget to click an individual picture of it :)

Entering this Frame - Ornament set for the Itsy Bitsy Two's Company Challenge and Crafters Corner Challenge#3 - Make a set.

Have a great day!


  1. Ujjwal, I love those holly leaves! How on earth do you get them to be SO precise???? It's a n adorable card!!!!!!

  2. Absolutely lovely frame. That bells is perfect for the holidays.

    Stay Creative,
    Carson's Creations

  3. Oh Ujjwal this is such a feast for the eyes! love all the red and those bells are gorgeous

  4. Oh I love this frame and the lovely ornament...Wish could have a better look at the embroidery on it ....Your frame looks just beautiful love those leaves and the bright fun bell on the corner !!!

    Thank you so much for playing along "Crafter's Corner" # 3 & Best of luck! :)

  5. Lovely frame...Bright and so joyful colors!!!

  6. awesome work...thank you for joining the crafters corner challenge#3

  7. very nice and bright colors.....loved the effect of heat embossing....very pretty...thanks for playing with us at crafter corner challenge#3....all the best.

  8. This is really stunning ujjwal,love the little heart ornament.
    Thanks for joining us at crafters corner challenge#3!!

  9. Love the festive red, the cute little Christmas charms - all in all, a really neat and pretty creation! Thanks so much for playing along ItsyBitsy's Two's Company Challenge! All the very best!!
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

  10. Very pretty dear
    Thankyou for playing along with us at crafters corner # 3
    Aola Handmade Cards
    Aola Handmade Cards Blog

  11. Lovely festive project... bells r so pretty...

    Thank you so much for playing along Crafter's Corner Challenge # 3 & Best of luck :)



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