Thursday, December 4, 2014

Visions of Sugarplums Giveaways Day 4

Ho! Ho! Ho! and welcome back to the 4th day of fun as we continue to celebrate festive traditions, crafts, recipes and giveaways at Visions of Sugarplums!
Guess what? I have another giveaway for one lucky winner and this time I am offering up domino ornaments.  Here's how they were made.
Took some wire and wrapped the domino then covered it with Mod Podge and wrapped in music sheets and aged with DI's.
Printed out all the elements that I wanted for each ornament.  These are a set of Mr. and Mrs. Claus that you get to pick out the outfit and dress them. They are each accompanied by a vintage deer, tree, bag of goodies and a free printable of naughty or nice tags. 
Here's a few closeups. One with Santa all dressed up and one with Santa in his thermals.
Here they all are together, ready for a new home!
Just follow these 3 steps and you're on your way...

Step 1
*** Leave a comment FOR Lori (our fabulous host!) ON her blog letting her know you'd like to be entered to WIN in the store giveaways AND her store, Choux Choux Paper Art giveaways***

Host of Visions of Sugarplums:
Lori  @ Choux Choux Paper Art

Store Giveaways:

 Step 2
*** Visit these participating blogs for additional holiday inspiration and leave a comment.   Lori will count each of these comments as an ADDITIONAL entry into the above giveaways. You never know, these blogs might have their own giveaways too! ***

Participating Blogs:
Char
Regina
Mitra
Lisa (you are here)
May

Step 3
***Leave me a comment here and state that YOU would LIKE to be ENTERED to win in my Domino Ornaments giveaway***

Winners of my giveaways will be announced HERE on Friday, December 5th.
Hugs and Best of luck!
Lisa xx





28 comments:

Charlene said...

You've done it again! These are wonderful!!! I love the printables you used! , so vintage and cute! I forgot about using dominos! Thanks again for the inspiration!

Jane said...

These are just so cute Lisa.....such a vintage feel and I couldn't believe that they are dominos underneath! X

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Lovely ornaments ! I bet any one can guess tat Domino is the base of these adorable ornaments :)

McCrafty's Cards said...

Fantastic Lisa, when I first saw this I thought you had created a village, I love these and I love the Naughty and nice tags
Kevin xx

Kelly Neis said...

Oh I love these! A domino, you are genius, I think I told you that before, I do love them. Thanks for showing us how you made them, quick and fun gift. You made them perfectly and I think they are beautiful.
Hugs Kelly

Bev Ebersole said...

Love your domino creations would love to win.

Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

Gorgeous! Yes, I would love a chance to win!

May said...

Gorgeous Christmas creations...Love Mr & Mrs Claus... your Domino decorations look amazing.... Hugs May x x

KT Fit Kitty said...

Well - YES!!!! I would love to win your Domino ornaments! I can't believe you took the dominoes and made these fabulous vintage ornaments - Wowzers! Thank you for showing the steps - I need to go shopping! Very impressive and I love those vintage Santa images - I notice no one got the naughty tag LOL. Thanks for an awesome giveaway! I have really been enjoying the inspiration on this hop! Thank you!

Sandy said...

These little ornaments are adorable. Where do you go for inspiration or do all these ideas just float off the top of your head!
It is really hard to believe that the first week of December is coming to an end.
Sandy xx

richardbreaks said...

You are a flippin' genius. SO wonderful. Those naughty and nice tags are awesome.
Great colors, great design, great balance and so much fun!

Karon said...

Oh my goodness - Lisa! These are so super adorable. Would never in a million years have thought of doing this - wonderful! TFS

Carol from La Crosse said...

Wow!!! Dominos are a great idea as a base for an ornament. I have some children's plastic dominos that aren't being used anymore that would also work. :-)

I love the Santa and Mrs. Claus images. ADORABLE!!

Would LOVE to win your ornaments and proudly display on my tree!!
Thanks for the opportunity to win.

Lori said...

Dominoes are a great idea! What adorable images - love Santa in his thermals. Just amazing!

Chrissy said...

Totally adorable Lisa..I love the little tags and cute vintage images.The fabulous colour of the bows really sets them off...so cute.Who woulda thunk..dominos!!

luv CHRISSYxx

Pia S said...

Fantastic sweet and decorative ornaments, Lisa! I don't know how you manage to come up with all these wonderful ideas....

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

I like it! I like it! Very nicely assembled--good balance and good use of domino. (Last year I attempted a domino book. Not so fun.)

Tammy said...

Adorable, adorable, adorable! Each tag is just amazing and adorable! Did I tell you I think they are adorable?

Anita Houston said...

How cute!!! Love that you used dominoes! Great images too!

Tracy said...

These are adorable! Super easy construction and then you've added those fantastic retro Santas. LOVE this Twang!!!

misteejay said...

These look fabulous - totally adorable.
Toni xx

Marjorie said...

Wow! What can I say... Stunning, amazing, I could go on, and on, and on!!! You are one Fabulous, Talented, Amazing Lady!!!
Hugs,
Marjorie xx

Tanya said...

Awesome stuff happening here on this blog! Thanks for inspiring and the chance to win too!

Maria said...

Wow! Fabulous little vintage beauties using dominos! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

Patricia St Martin said...

Oh Lisa these are wonderful, I love these. Great idea... I have two sets of domino's and I always see jewelry made with them and I do not want to make jewelry but make them as ornaments is a great idea. I love the idea of the vintage images and I have a lot and they are already colored. Thanks for the idea.
Hugs, Pat

Mitra Pratt said...

I betcha those are Potsdam dominos...lol! LOVE LOVE LOVE the idea! I really dig the idea of wrapping them, that is super cool! You rock Lisa! For more ways than just this. I'll text you! Hugs!

Lisa S. said...

Mr. and Mrs. C look so cute! I adore these L2. :)

butterfly said...

Is there no limit to your creative imagination? Answer: no! These are adorable.
Alison xx