Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Christmas Printers Tray


This is one of the projects that I made for the Accessory Presentation at Convention. I donated it to the Operation Smile Auction and I heard that it sold for enough to pay for a surgery for one child! THANK YOU SO MUCH to whoever bid on it and for changing the life of a child! What a blessing!


I used lots of new accessories from the new Pear & Partridge Collection in addition to some new ribbons and other accessories. I will post more details on the new products I used with links on August 1st when the new Idea Book goes live.


Stay tuned for more project photos and product sneak peeks coming soon...

24 comments:

  1. Is the tray CTMH? If not where did you get it?

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    1. Nope. I actually made this before I knew we were getting our own printers tray. It is from 7 Gypsies. http://www.amazon.com/Gypsies-12-Inch-10-Inch-Artist-Letterblock/dp/B003KOH3D0

      Can't wait to make one with our tray! :)

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  2. I absolutely love this Lisa! I can't wait to get my hands on CTMH's new tray. =)

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    1. Thanks Pamela! I am so sad that I didn't get a chance to chat with you at Convention. I popped in to see part of your Extravaganza class, but you were a bit busy then. LOL! I didn't see you otherwise. Your class and artwork were AMAZING as is everything you do! :)

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  3. Just gorgeous! Congrats on the return for Operation Smile with this amazing project. You rock!

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    1. Thanks Karen. Actually, the ones who rock are the ones who bid on it! :)

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  4. Wow, this is just beautiful - you are so talented and so generous to make this for the auction. How fantastic that such good came from such beauty! It's fitting. A very happy treasure indeed! God bless you!

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    1. Thank you so much Sharli! You are so sweet! :)

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  5. Absolutely beautiful Lisa! I'm sure there was a bidding war on this one! Not only does it make me smile, but gives a child the ability to smile forever. Isn't it nice to know that our hobby can have such profound effects on the lives of others?!

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    1. You are very sweet Lorrinda. I love having a hobby that can have a positive effect on others! :)

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  6. I loved your beautiful tray! It was breathtakingly beautiful! Would you mind sharing what kind of adhesives you used to secure your paper and embellishments?

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    1. Thanks Linda. I am so glad you like it. I actually just used my ATG tape to adhere the papers. I think any tape runner will work. :)

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  7. Lisa this is incredible! Your work always inspires me...you inspire me!

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    1. You are very sweet! Thank you so much! :)

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  8. Such a beautiful project. Thanks you so very much for your convention presentation! I wish you would have had more time to share your fabulous artwork:)

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    1. Thanks! I wish I had more time too, but 15 minutes was enough time to share without boring everyone to tears. LOL!

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  9. Love this Lisa! What a festive presentation... I could picture this sitting on someone's fireplace mantle during the holidays. ;)

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  10. Thanks Jaime. I am thinking about making another one for myself to put on our mantle during the holidays. I think I am going to use the new CTMH tray this time. :)

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