Friday, December 10, 2010

Welcome to your 19th stop on the Paper Secrets Holiday Blog Hop.

I made this to share with you today.


These acrylic Christmas baubles are from Kutalicious, a new Australian company specialising in laser-cut acrylics.  You can heat emboss, stamp with Stazon, use acohol inks, Stickles, KindyGlitz,





This is one my 10 year old daughter made for her teacher.  She used heat embossing and alcohol inksto colour the bauble and chandelier crystals.



I made this one using the same techniques.

...and the other side.
The 'Merry Christmas' sentiment is another Kutalicious acrylic.  If anyone is interested in their products, please contact me, and I will pass on their contact details.

...and the other side.


Hanging on the tree.....



Don't forget to leave a comment on all 25 blog posts & in our forum for your chance to win 1 of the 3 gifts Paper Secrets is giving away.
http://papersecrets.friendhood.net/blog-candy-blog-hops-f5/paper-secrets-holiday-hop-dec-10th-13th-t1113.htm

If you are or become a follower of my blog & leave a comment, you will also be entered to win some goodies from me,  including some Kutalicious products! (shipping to Australia only due to high postage costs)

Your next stop will be Jenny's blog.

In case you get lost, you can find a complete list of participating blogs here...
http://papersecrets.friendhood.net/blog-candy-blog-hops-f5/paper-secrets-holiday-hop-dec-10th-13th-t1113.htm

67 comments:

  1. Wow...those are impressive ornaments! Love that new company's acrylic stuff! Great find!

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  2. OMG these ornaments are truly amazing! I have never seen anything like them before. TFS.

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  3. These are absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!

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  4. Oh wow the ornaments are soo pretty..:)

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  5. Fabulous!! Thanks for sharing. I'm already a follower!

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  6. WOW! They are all absolutely gorgeous!!! :)

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  7. WONDERFUL!!! Love the ones with the photos --thanks millierose651@aol.com

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  8. These are just beautiful and your daughter is so very creative. I have also became a follower of your wonderful blog. TFS it!

    Happy Scrappin'

    Sue B

    http://susanascorner.blogspot.com/

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  9. Holy cow!!! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous work!!! Merry Christmas! :)

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  10. These are adorable! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. These are stunning I wish I had four of them so I could make some for the Grandma's...I Love these ornaments.
    Also, I'm your newest follower..
    Would Love it if you could check out my blog.
    Minta

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    mintab@gmail.com

    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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  12. These are absolutely gorgeous! Please send me the contact information...although, I'm sure a great deal of the beauty comes from all your hard work! I'm now a follower...can't wait to see what other lovely things you create! ksjennings at gmail dot com

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  13. Your project is so neat. Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Wow!!! ALL of these are simply GORGEOUS! So very pretty.
    Lynn

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  15. Fabulous ornaments!! LOVE the ornament that your daughter made!!

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  16. Beautiful ornaments..hope you'll post here when and if these products become available here in the U.S.

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  17. Beautiful, but they look really complicated! Thanks so much for sharing your gorgeous work.

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  18. Your clear ornaments are so beautiful, as are your "models"! Thank you for showing these!

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  19. Your ornaments are really pretty!

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  20. WOW! These are beautiful! I love all the jewels hanging from them!

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  21. Such beautiful ornaments!

    ~Robin
    http://robinredd.typepad.com/west_coast_scrapper/

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  22. OMG these tree ornaments a simply stunning, I am so going to have to make these. And your ten year old DD is also very creative, how lucky for you that you can share this craft.

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  23. OMG! Those ornaments are gorgeous!

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  24. Simply Stunning Ornaments. I'm already a follower. TFS :) Happy Holidays!

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  25. Tina~
    This is past beautiful! I really want some more info on this project.. And your daughters is amazing too.
    I am already a follower of your blog.
    TFS and a chance to win
    Bonnie C
    http://ascrapabove.blogspot.com
    ascrapabove(at)aol(dot)com

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  26. Wow those are beautiful! And esp on the tree!
    TFS

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  27. waou your differents ornaments are so wonderful and beautiful, I love them

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  28. These are so adorable! Wis hi was in over there so i could win some goodies, but i am going to follow you any how, because i cant wait to see whats next.

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  29. How beautiful! I'm following now, too!

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  30. I just became a follower,love the ornaments.

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  31. Absolutely beautiful -- and what lasting memories for years to come.

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  32. So very beautiful!!! These are ornament to past down from generation to generation. TFS

    I am also doing a hop, come by and check it out if you can.

    Kathryn
    www.wamfamily.blogspot.com

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  33. Your ornaments are beautiful, but you had better watch out, your daughter just might surpass you in ideas and techniques if you keep on teaching her everything you know!

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  34. Holy cow! Those ornaments are so beautiful!!

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  35. Wow! Those are some very pretty ornaments! So much detail!
    Happy Holidays!

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  36. B...E...A...Utiful. Merry Christmas.

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  37. very interesting new product. lovely project, thanks for sharing....
    ava
    cottagerca

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  38. Awesome job on the ornaments!

    Shell~Alaska♥

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  39. Those ornaments are just gorgeous!!

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  40. Oh, and I've been a follower of your blog since the last blog hop. And I live in Oz too!

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  41. WOWZA!! Absolutely stunning, each and every one of them. Your daughter did a fabulous job, too. She has an awesome teacher! :)

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  42. Beautiful along w/the photos of the children!! This would be perfect for my grandchildren. Thanks so much for sharing and I just became a follower.

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  43. Beautiful ornaments... you did an amazing job!

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  44. My mind boggles half the time I come here and the other half I just sit in wonder. You are amazing! Truly gifted!

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  45. I have never seen those before...THANKS! And the things you did to them make them amazing! I'm already a follower!

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  46. Cute ideas- will be checking back at Alice stuff! Gotta love that girl-lol- I like making Alice anything. Thanks for sharing-

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  47. Hi Tina,
    I'm brand new to your blog and am loving the first entry. The ornaments are gorgeous!
    I think I'll be a subscriber while I'm here.....:-)

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  48. Tina, Your ornaments are adorable! Love these acrylic die cuts! Where do you buy them?
    Thanks a lot for sharing!
    Am following you definetely!!!

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  49. Wow! The detaiils on your projects are truly amazing! Great job!

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  50. WOW! Those ornaments are amazing!

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  51. Love those Tina!!! And Ingeborg told me today is your b-day so congrats!!!

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  52. I wish I were in Australia for many reasons, but this blog just adds two more! The giveaway and these beautiful ornaments! I don't see much like this in the US. You did such a fabulous job with these. Love every single one of them!

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