12.18.2012

Faber-Castell week! Day 2

We have another special treat for you this week as we are teaming up with our friends at Faber-Castell! Make sure to check out both of our blogs! We will also have a giveaway at the end of our week. We will choose our winners from comments on both blogs throughout the week!
Melissa S.'s ornaments are gorgeous! She stamped and heat embossed Frosties on canvas and then colored the canvas with Gelatos. She then created these cute stars from that canvas! Check out her blog for a photo tutorial!

Chari used silver and gold Gelatos and blended with water on canvas to create that beautiful backdrop. She drew the frame with Artist Pens and her Critters in the Forest tree is decorated with the pens. She also used some Lawn Trimmings and a Let it Snow sentiment on her card, too! Absolutely stunning!
Don't forget to head on over to the Faber-Castell blog to check out what they have today!

Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

70 comments:

  1. This post is so beautiful..Thanks for sharing

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  2. Heat embossing on cavas, what a cool idea, love how those ornaments turned out!

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  3. Very lovely - the stars are amazing!

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  4. Lovely projects! I love my Gelatos but don't have the metallics yet...

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  5. Love using fabric on projects! These are two perfect examples!

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  6. wow-that canvas looks great!

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  7. I never though to stamp on canvas.... What a great medium!!! Card is really cute!

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  8. So cute! Those projects are great! :)

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  9. how cute are those stars...totally love it...
    great card too..

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  10. How cute! I love the use of canvas. It adds such fabulous texture to the projects.

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  11. Love the canvas ornaments and the card is so pretty!!!

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  12. Those star ornaments are super cute!
    ~Crystal

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  13. The star ornaments are fabulous. Love the card too!

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  14. My golly, the little stars are so clever and homey. Love them. Chari's cards are always a winner.

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  15. Thanks to the DT for these fun ideas! And...thanks so much for a chance to win some goodies!

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  16. Love the stamped stars....great card too!

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  17. Those stars are so adorable.. love your card too!

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  18. Very cute. I've made stars like that before and I stuffed them with potpurri so they smelled nice (at least the first christmas...).

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  19. Super fun projects! Love stamping on different surfaces!

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  20. love the stamping on canvas! It is so pretty and adds so much texture!

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  21. Both these projects are awesome. Love the use of canvas in each.

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  22. I love the star ornaments & I really would like to try this canvas background like Chari made/used.

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  23. Great projects!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. I love the use of canvas in these ornaments.

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  25. So pretty! I really love the silver and gold canvas background, it adds great texture.

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  26. Wow--great results with canvas, Gelatos and Lawn Fawn!

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  27. Love both projects! Thanks for showing us some cool ways to use Faber Castell with our favorite Lawn Fawn stamp sets!

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  28. Those stars are So cute. I just can't tell you....

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  29. Is there anything more fun than making ornaments, You know I don't have any star dies and I need some! LOL And I love that tree. Thanks for these fun holiday inspirations and a chance to win some cool goodies.

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  30. I recently purchased the gelatos. I'm glad to see projects using them. I haven't gotten them out to try them out yet so you're giving me a boost to get going. Thanks.

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  31. THANKS for sharing the FUN projects!! I LOVE the ideas!! Have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  32. I love love those star ornaments what a fab way of using stamps on fabric. I am so going to try this this weekend along with the snow globe. Thanks so much for such inspiring posts! Have a great dau!

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  33. I love the idea of stamping on fabric! Thanks for more great ideas.

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  34. These are so fun - love both the ornaments and the card. It's so fun to see how the designers use the products from both companies.

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  35. cute ornaments! Love the card!!

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  36. Very cool! Makes me think I need to open the gelatos I bought and USE them! HA!

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  37. I'd never thought of using Gelatos on fabric -- clearly I need to think again!

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  38. Oh my! Love the projects today!

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  39. Cute projects; thanks for sharing

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  40. Really liking canvas projects... maybe because I just finished a huge Santa sack... but this card is gorgeous!

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  41. love these - the stars are so sweet and the canvas on the card really sets it apart.
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Sandra ltb

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  42. I love your use of fabric. I love to visit your blog because you always have such cute ideas for your cute stamps.

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  43. Love the incorporation of fabric on both projects, so rustic yet elegant at the same time!

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  44. fabulous creations.
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/

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  45. Fabric has always been my first love so these ideas today using canvas are wonderful! Love the ornament!

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  46. Love this use of fabric! Both the card and the project are cute :)

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  47. I like that tree card....so full of texture and dimension! lovely

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  48. Beautiful! Love the kraft with the white.

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