Sunday, 15 December 2013

Secret Santa

Hi Everyone,

First apology for being very very late posting the winner, I've been very busy with work and preparing my baby girl first birthday. but here it is the winner is:
and this is her comment:
Irene, this is fabulous. Love your idea of creating a scene inside a see-through ornament. Very inspiring. Beautiful colouring of those adorable Tildas. The fluffy snow flakes on the ground looks terrific. Love this.

Please email me at irenedaryanto[at]gmail[dot]com.

And here I want to share a Christmas card I made for Secret Santa that Zoe arrange in Magnolia World.

Stamps: Show The Way Tilda, Show The Way Sign, Merry Christmas Banner, A Joyful Christmas Text (Winter Wonderland 2013)  Jingle Jangle Snowflakes (A Christmas Story 2012)
Paper: Fancy Pants Design
Embellishment: Flower - Local craft store; Eyelet - WRMK
Coloring: Copic Marker E13 E11 E01 E00 E000 E0000 R20 R29 R27 R24 R22 E47 E44 E43 E34 E31 E30
Other: DooHickey Slender Firs, Vintage Box Lacing Coffee, GoKreate Frame#8, Cherry lynn Design Freanch Pastry Doily Dies, Marriane Chinese rolled Roses, Spellbinder Petite Oval.

this card is going all the way to Hollan and had arrived in Christa Cornellissen's house.

Hope you like it, 
Merry Christmas and hugs to you all,

Irene Daryanto

Friday, 6 December 2013

Magnolia Advent Calendar 2013 - Day 6

Hi Everyone,

I'm happy to host today's Advent calendar for Magnolia, it's been something I look forward each year. Last year has been the most wonderful Christmas for me as God has given me a very beautiful baby girl, and now she's going to turn one, time flies.....

For this year Advent I already have a certain project in mind, it's been in and out of my head for some time, and finally I made it, and boy it turns out really nice. I really hope you like it.


This project started when I made an ornament for Magnolia Ink Christmas Edition #5-2013. It's an ornament using DooBeepops and Tilda.

When I got the latest Club kit, I immediately thought of making an ornament with Magnolia winter scene, Tilda having a snowball fight in a snowy hills with snowy trees as background. But how do I make them stand in a snowy hill inside an ornament? After a long and many many trial using styrofoam ball I almost gave up. Then suddenly the revelation comes to mind, why haven't I tried the DooBeePops? So I made a half ball using white DooBeePops and then cut them out until they look like hills, believe me it's very scary.

Then I colored and fuzzy cut few Winter Wonderland Tilda for the snowball fight, the snowball are standing on an acetate strip so they look like they flowing in the air, I also diecut some trees and frantage them. throw in a lot of 'snow' and........ it's done.

I think they look cool and gorgeous, here's the details:

Stamps: In The Snow Scarf Tilda , In The Snow Heart Tilda (Winter Wonderland 2013)
Paper: Neenah Kraft paper
Coloring: Copic marker E49 E47 E44 E43 E42 E41 E40 B97 B95 B91 E13 E11 E01 E00 E000 E0000 R20
other: DooHickey Lovely Fence, Slender Firs, Snowy Forest, Frantage shabby blue and aged gold embossing enamel, 14 cm clear acryllic fillable ball ornament from factory direct craft, blue ribbon from mayarts.

I really would like to enter:
MDUC-Circles challenge
Midweek Magnolias - I'm dreaming of a White Christmas
Simply Magnolia - Vintage blue/white/brown Christmas
Deep Ocean Challenge-Santa is Coming
Stamp and Create with Magnolia-Winter fun

Please leave me some love and hopefully one of you will get lucky and Magnolia will send a Christmas gift to you. Check back on Sunday December 8th for the winning comment.

My hugs to you all and have a blessed Advent this year.
Irene Daryanto