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Trinket Box Ornament

With the release of the new Book Club the Eileen Hull's Inspiration Team is sharing projects all month.  Make sure to watch all month long.  Today I am sharing my Trinket Box & Frame ornament with a Snowman tucked inside.


My new dies aren't here yet so I had to done fancy cutting for the Trinket Box & Frame.  I layered the Snowman Scene Thinlits on Super Stock Card Stock and Glitter Paper I have on the magnetic platform.


The teeny accessories are inked with distress spray stain.  I popped the layers and made a Gift Tags label.   I used a punch on the top to allow some twine to tie off to hang for an ornament.


I have these little wood blocks I use for dimension and attached to the Snowman.  Attach some seasonal embellishments.


Take a closer peak...





Follow the Inspiration Team along all month long for endless inspiration.  I am looking forward to putting up my tree for this new ornament to hang on.

I am sharing my Trinket Box & Frame Ornament with A Vintage Journey for their Winter Wonderland Challenge.




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  1. J'aime ce superbe décor de noël ,
    à bientôt NATE http://nate.over-blog.org

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  2. The trinket box is wonderful. I can't wait to get this die.

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  3. Squeal! How adorable, Nicole! You never fail to delight me with your imagination and creative home decor! Love this! While I'm here, I will thank you for playing along at A Vintage Journey! Hugs! Sara Emily

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    1. Thank you so very much my friend. It's always nice when I get a chance to play ;)

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  4. As always, great design and fun project. So enjoyed seeing how you made it. Thanks for joining us at A Vintage Journey.

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