Tuesday, December 6, 2016

A bit from Christmas Past....

Good Day to all of you.
It's Lynda here, with a little bit of festive fun to share....
Thank you for taking the time to stop by and visit us here on the Digi Bells blog.
We are beginning to have lots of fun sharing and posting some of our favorite creations. Whether they be current or from the past.
I have one today that I especially fell in love with.  You know how it goes when you decide you want to create something a little different, and you start to, with no "real plan" on how it will end up?
This was one of those times.  This fabby and fun creation is one that I made during the 2010 season.  WOW - That's 6 years ago... How can that be?  It seems like maybe last year or so..

A fun Holiday Shadow Box
Featuring Elisabeth Bell's Darling Stamp called
"Santa and Children Sleeping"
This was one of the Holiday Stamps that was released by Belles 'n Whistles.
Oh what fun Stamp releases they used to have.
I love the way this 3D Shadow Box turned out,
I felt like it was definitely worth sharing here today.
Other Elisabeth Bell Stamps that were used here were also from
Belles 'n Whistles.
The "Christmas Hearth" in the background as well as
"The little Christmas tree" on top of it.
"The little Gift", and "The Little Dog"
All of those accessories came from the different "Change-a-Belles" accessory sets.
Taking a closer look in the background.
The little "Picture on the wall" behind the big tree...
That just so happens to be another one of Elisabeth Bell's Darling Christmas images for Belles 'n Whistles. She is called "Rockin' Around" and still one of my all time favorites.

The little circular things on the top of the frame are little tea light candle holders.
I will never forget how long it took for the glue on that Christmas tree took to dry.
You can see it was not all the way dry in the photos.
That tree was made from a Martha Steward Rose Leaf punch.
That's a TON of Leaves.  LOL

Here is a close up of the inside.

I hope you've enjoyed visiting and taking a little trip back to 2010 with me here today.
Come back again tomorrow for some more FABULOUS Elisabeth Bell Inspiration.

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