Thursday, 19 January 2012

Hugs and Kisses Tree!

Nearly Friday already! Where has the week gone? Ah well, means the weekend is around the corner..yay!

I really liked the rosette trees I made at Christmas and thought  I would make a 'Hugs and Kisses' tree. Who doesn't need a hug eh?!


I used valentine's twine, Always and Forever and Build a Valentine stamp sets from My Craft Spot.
I stamped onto the pink crinkle ribbon and added some polka dot buttons  to finish.
Think this will be fun in my kitchen windowsill!

I am entering this over at :-
The Paper Variety - use a fanfold embellishment
Celebrate The Occasion - anything goes,must use polka dots

Thanks for looking.

Hugs
Jayne x

23 comments:

  1. Awww - what a sweet tree!
    Cheers, Karen

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  2. How creative!! Great Job!! Thanks for playing along with CTO!!

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  3. How cute, love the colors and all your fun danglers! Thanks for joining us this week @ CTO for our polka dot challenge :)

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  4. OMG...Jayne this is so beautiful!

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  5. Jayne, your tree looks so cute! I've been using my new stamp sets from My Craft Spot a lot and I see you've been having fun with them as well. I just bought the Tim Holtz rosette die, and I love it! I am going to be using it tonight on a little project-I'll send you pics.

    Ally

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  6. This is so cute- you are right, who doesn't need a hug!! TFS! :)Amy

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  7. Such a cute project!! Thanks for playing @ CTO!

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  8. Oh Jayne, this is so awesome!! I always adore your 3D projects! Fabulous!
    Shelly

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  9. This is so sweet! I just love it!

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  10. This is just waayyy to sweet Jayne! LOVE the tree...

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  11. Cute little tree, very creative!
    Thanks for playing with us at CTO!

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  12. I love this Jane...what a great idea. The stamping on the ribbon looks great:)

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  13. This is too cute Jayne.You always make me want to try something different. I just love this. Your blog decor is sooo cute.

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  14. This is adorable! What a fabulous idea for my daughter's dorm room. Maybe I will hand those tiny conversation hearts on it....what an fun way to keep the tree going way past December. Love this, Jayne! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Are you kidding me? How do you constantly come up with and then perfectly create such unique projects? You are so talented, Jayne. :o) This is beyond lovely. So many gorgeous details, but I especially love the gorgeous twine and heart base. And the buttons! Amazing work, my friend. :o)

    Hugs and blessings!

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  16. Jayne, this is so adorable! I just love your projects...always very clever and very unique projects! Love the inspiration when I visit!! This is AMAZING!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  17. This is so awesome, Jayne!! I absolutely love the look!! And how creative you are stamping on the crinkle ribbon!! What a fabulous project my friend!! I just got the Ribbons and Rosettes cart and you have inspired me to try a rosette tree!! :)

    Lisa
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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    1. Super Cute! I've been waiting to make one of these trees. Thanks for linking with TPV-Holly TPV DT

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  18. What a cute tree! Thanks for sharing your rosette embellishment at The Paper Variety :)
    - Suzanne, TPV cofounder

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  19. Jayne this is just so delightful! Karen

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  20. This is so pretty and such a wonderful way to decorate for Valentine's Day! How clever to take a Christmas idea and make it fit the occasion!

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  21. Wow, very creative! I feel like making one for myself!
    Thank you for playing along with us at The Paper Variety :)

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