Friday, November 27, 2009

Blogger's Challenge #127: Alter It!

This was supposed to be my inspiration for my Blogger's Challenge this week: I had it all figured out. I got out my Pop-Up Christmas tree die out and cut away using my Big Shot. I even put the tallest piece in before I made the tree...it fit. Until, I finished the tree. I forgot about the base!

So, I put my tree into this container I bought a year or two ago for something at school. I have NO idea what to call this...other than simply "Cute Christmas Decoration!"


Be sure to check out what the other Blogger Challenge players altered this week! I'm going to right away...(I always wait to see theirs until I finish mine!!! I don't want to accidently copy them!) Happy day..remember to check out my website for the Stampin' Up! Holiday Extravaganza Sale!!!!! www.lisabohler.stampinup.net

12 comments:

Kimberly Gajewski said...

This is darling Lisa! You did a wonderful job on it and I love the ribbon! If you can put a ship in a bottle, why not a tree in a jar! :D

Shelly Schmidt said...

If I made one of those trees, I would want it safe and sound like this so the little kids do not destroy it at Christmas! I enjoy the kids so much, so I think this is a wonderful idea!

Nikki Bond said...

Very cute! This is a fabulous idea! {SMILES}

Sheryl Dickinson said...

This is super cute! I love that you put the tree in the jar!

Robin Merriman said...

Oh, I love it Lisa! It's adorable and would look great on the kitchen counter for Christmas. The glass jar would protect it from splatters!

njburk said...

Great idea! Love how it looks under glass!

Lori said...

This is adorable, Lisa! It's almost like a super-sized snow globe!

Rachel Hope said...

Fun!!!! Looks like the old fashioned glass bells that Martha highlighted a few years ago

Lisa Somerville said...

Super cute idea - add some snowflakes to the glass jar, and you've got a wonderful snowy scene!

Margaret Raburn said...

This is so cute and such a clever idea!

Tiffany Bauer said...

This is super cute!! I love the tree in a jar idea!!

Ida P. Krause said...

This is quite cute and I'd display it in my home. Looks great under the glass.