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Happy Friday everyone! This month Lyneen and I participated in the DominoART's 12 Days of Xmas Festival where we created ornaments from altered game pieces. has a fantastic selection of game pieces and ephemera for creating your own holiday ornaments!

Below is the creation I created using the seasonal ephemera kits and book pages from!

Outlines Rubber Stamp Company, Inc. F819 Reindeer
Stampin' Up Stamps : French Script, Mini Harlequin and Snowflake

Ranger Distress Ink Old Paper
Memento Tuxedo Black
Brilliance Ink Galaxy Gold
Pearl Ex Stamp Pad Two-Tone Color Gold Red
Mix'd Media Inx Berries

Ranger Distress Glitter Clear Rock Candy
ZIG Memory System Wink of Stella : Clear, Gold
Spectrum Noir JG5, DR5, GB5
Sharpie Gold Metallic
Ranger Distress Markers : Brushed Corduroy, Festive Berries, Pine Needles
Queen & Co. Bling
DMC Metallic Thread Fold 284
Bazzill Basics Glitter Paper

Puzzle Pieces, Packing Paper, Music Paper
seasonal Ephemera Pack : mini dominoes, charm, ribbon

Yasutomo Nori Paste
Yasutomo Glue It
Beacon Fast Finish Decoupage

Be sure to check out the hop and cast a vote for your favorite ornament!


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