Tuesday, December 7, 2010

ABS Ornament Blog Hop - Win One of Mine!

Welcome to my stop on the ABS ornament blog hop! Thank you for coming by to see the ornament I made.

This reminds me of a progressive supper club my friends and I started several years ago. Once a month, we would spend an evening trekking from house to house, stopping at a different house for a different dish on the menu. It was so much fun, but took an exhausting amount of time and energy to accomplish.

The ABS ornament blog hop is all the fun without all the work or the gas! All you need is a finger to click on the links of the participants, and you'll be transported to a holiday Winter wonderland!



Here is my contribution to the hop, a sweet little Victorian miss in her fur-trimmed aqua cape holding a red rose wreath, one of the ornaments in my 2010 Holiday collection. All the ornaments in the collection have a Victorian theme and were all created by me using digital images transferred to polymer clay. They are all "framed" in antique brass clay or burnished gold clay and trimmed with Swarovski crystal. To see more, scroll down the page or visit my flickr photostream.

Leave a comment at the end of this post and you could win this Sweet Little Victorian Miss ornament! No purchase is necessary, just leave a comment and on December 10, I'll draw a winner at random and send you an ornament in time for you to enjoy it on your tree this Christmas.

Thanks so much, and Happy Holidays!

Here is a list of all the participants. So, hop aboard the Ornament Express and let's go see what wonderful creations await us!

Art Bead Scene
Creative Impressions in Clay
Diva Designs - You are here!
Elysian Studios
Fab Fibers
For the Love of Beads
Humblebeads
Island Girl's Insights
Jangles
Jeannie's Blog
Lampwork Diva/Cindy Gimbrone
Mary Harding
Michelle Mach
Spirit Rattles
Wondrous Strange Designs

38 comments:

JeannieK said...

That's so true about blogs or a blog hop. Just one click of a button and your there with your friends. No Gas, No snow, No Ice, No nasty weather.

She is so sweet. Love the colors. I know from experience that imagine transfers are no easy task. It takes a lot of practice and a lot of ruined clay.

Thats's very generous of you to give away such a beautiful piece of your work.
Thank you. Happy Holidays to your and yours, jeannie

rosebud101 said...

Your ornament is really sweet! Aren't these blog hops fun? I truly enjoy them.

Islandgirl said...

Never tried image transfers. Lovely piece. Hope on over to my blog

Wishing you a happy and safe Holiday season!

Islandgirl aka Lynne

JenniferJangles said...

Your ornament is so sweet.

Happy Holidays,
Jennifer Jangles

Kym Hunter Designs said...

I'm enjoying the blog hop and your ornament is very lovely!

Happy Holidays!

Rosanne said...

She is so beautiful! I would hang her on my tree anytime. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

maryharding said...

Lovely ornament. Beautiful crafted. I love Victorian Christmas images.

Michelle Mach said...

I love the Victorian theme of your ornament. The image transfer looks great. I've done those and I know that they don't always come out so nicely!

Beverly Herman said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful ornament on the ABS blog hop. Yours has been one of my favorite stops!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Tess, Gilded Days said...

She's gorgeous!

Rosalynn said...

So lovely! What a wonderful keepsake. Your ornament is a delight.

Heather Powers said...

Your victorian inspired ornaments are lovely! Thanks for playing along with the blog hop. Happy Holidays!

Diva Designs Jewelry said...

Thank you so much, everyone! I really appreciate the compliments!

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas to all of you!

Lynda

Tari of ClayButtons.com said...

Very nice ornament! My goal is to learn how to do transfers.
Happy Holiday!
Tari

TesoriTrovati said...

That is simply adorable. My sister in law has a tree with all sorts of romantic ornaments on it. This would be perfect for her!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Spirited Earth said...

The Victorian theme is perfect for the season..sweet ornament.
i love blog hops as well.

Diva Designs Jewelry said...

Thanks again for the comments, ladies!

Erin Fickert-Rowland said...

Your ornament is lovely- I have never tried image transfer on clay, but it turned out beautifully for you!

cindydolezaldesigns said...

Adorable image. Love this ornament.

WondrousStrange said...

This has such a sweet and innocent feel to it...lovely:)

Marcia P. said...

Your ornament is gorgeous! A collectors item! The blog hop sounds fun too. I must take a look at the others. Happy Holidays!

Angela said...

I am lucky enough to own one of these gorgeous ornaments. I'd be ecstatic for her to come to my house and join her counterpart :)

Alice said...

I just love blog hops! They're fun and full of inspiration.

What a pretty ornament you made!

Alice

Kelly Feeney said...

WooHoo A chance to win gorgeous work of Lynda's! I'm in for sure. The one SCDiva ornament I have hanging on my tree needs a cute friend like her! Off to blog hop.

J Kollmann said...

This is such a sweetie! She would be right at home with the other Victoriana on my tree!

JuLee said...

What a wonderful idea. A blog hop. What fun.

m.e. said...

Your work is soooo Gorgeous!
The Victorian ornament collection is an amazing combination of modern medium and unique tecnique,with true antique look and charm!The winner of this ornament is going to own a treasured heirloom !!! m.e. :)

Deborah said...

I'm such a fan of Victorian period and style - this ornament is delightful! Would love to win it.

Thanks so much for this giveaway chance!

Lynn said...

She is an adorable victorian girl and you made a beautiful ornament :)

Susanm said...

Blog hops are ome of my favouite virtual activities - lots of inspiration at my finger tips. Your ornament is one of my favourites.

Robin said...

Oh my, she is just so precious! I love anything Victorian...but this is really stunning. I am keeping my fingers crossed you pick my name.

Hugs,
Robin

Marie Young (Young Creative) said...

Beautiful work. Seeing your work puts me in the Christmas spirit.

Diva Designs Jewelry said...

Thank you so much, everyone! I am overwhelmed by the comments!

The choice will be made using a random generator so that everyone has an equal chance to win. :)

Thanks again, friends!

Kathy B. said...

Our family of 5 siblings used to do the progressive dinner thing and decided by about the 3rd house we were so full we could bearly waddle to the last 2 houses! We have now changed it to a progressive "snack" with each house serving only 1 or 2 items at Christmas so we get to see each other's homes decorated for the holidays, & that works out much better! I love your artwork, and would give it a place of honor on the tree & show it off to everyone who comes over!!!

kathy.bruner at hotmail dot com

Diva Designs Jewelry said...

I have chosen a winner by random, so the comments are closed for the draw. Please do keep commenting, and I promise to host another giveaway soon, so stay tuned!

Thanks to all of you who entered! I appreciate every comment!

Lynda

Pretty Things said...

Oh I love her!

Cindy Gimbrone said...

I love the vintage look of your ornament. Your etsy shop is chock full of beautiful work! Thanks for sharing it!

Diva Designs Jewelry said...

Thank you, ladies!