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December 06, 2013

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Mickie

wow! that is beautiful! and you explained it so well, that I want to pull out my supplies and make one right now! thanks for sharing.

Holly Townsend

That is absolutely so cute! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Karen Corbett

So sweet! I love the way you layered so many different materials to create such an adorable ornament. Thanks for sharing!

Kelly Schirmer

So awesome! I love the peeling cardboard tip, hee! I always wonder how you get your sweet little rustic embellishments, glad to hear it's that easy! Your ornament is 100% charming and would make a great gift!

Carol Ann

I'm off to look for white 4" embroidery hoops. This ornament is adorable and looks so fun to make.

Bev

Oh wow, not only do we get beautiful eye candy, but the directions on how to put it all together to make our own "Lilybean Ornament". Thank you so much for including the steps in achieving this little beauty!

Bev

Forgot to say, I am amazed at how you make such terrific use of your dies and stamps. You KNOW what you have and go time and time again to them as you create. That is such an inspiration to me. Lesson learned: Know what you have and put it to use-often! Thanks!

Cindy Otto

This is simply precious! I love that little house. It has been one of my favorite go-to dies. I have me wheels spinning for a craft activity with embroidery hoops for the grandchildren. It won't be a fancy as yours, but they will have a ball! Thank you for your darling ideas. Happy Holidays to you and your sweet family!

jan m

I would love to spend a day with you! So creative you are !

Donna K

Just so cute. You put all your papers and trims together so nicely. love the tip to peel the cardboard for a rustic look. Love your style!

Holly Saveur

So sweet and gorgeous!

Rachel Parys

You are a genius!!! I love everything about this!! Fantastic project!

Lynda Marquez

Melissa, I so enjoy having a peek into your creative process...I love your work, and you continue to be a great inspiration to me. Thanks for sharing with us!

Marybeth

Gorgeous! Love every pretty detail. Love that w. tape too.

Heidi Gonzales

Absolutely Fabulous! I can't wait to get to my stash and make some for my tree and hmmm....maybe even for some package toppers! :) Thanks for the inspiration!

Karrie Ortiz

So pretty, thank you for sharing how you made it!! Have a SWEET day!! :)

Nancy Penir

Fun and fanciful! Full of Christmas joy! Can't wait to see what goodies I have on hand to put together. Perfect project for the granddaughters too!

Gabby

So cute ornament, Melissa! Great little cardboard house and I love the layers of washi bkgrd. Sweet holly and berries, too. :)

dee

thats soooo adorable!!!!

Jill norwood

Melissa this is so heartwarming! I love it! Hugs - Jill

Kathy

Great project. Needs a P for Pinterest tho!! :)

Cyndi

Oh, Melissa, I just love it when it's your turn to post for PTI--your projects always have that homespun charm that is just so irresistable and inspiring! How clever of you to turn an embroidery hoop into an ornament! Thanks for sharing this great idea and thank you for your incredible talent and creativity. Merry Christmas!

KnitterPam

That is a really sweet little project. Love it and thanks for sharing!

Patty O'Malley

Great idea to use embroidery hoops for an ornament frame. This is adorable and so sweet!

Lisa

Melissa this is as cute as can be!

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