Today’s Flourishes sneak peek is for the set called Joy is in the Air. I used one of the images for a tin ornament, which was the Holiday Blitz tutorial on Splitcoaststampers on Tuesday this week.

I stamped the house image in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on a piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock, that had been cut and embossed with a Classic Circle Nestabilities die. The image was colored with Copic Markers (House: E21, E23, E25, E27, E29    Trees: YG61, YG63, YG67    Door/Beams: E40, E41, E42   Reds: R08, R27, R39   Yellow: Y13, Y15, Y17   Sky: B0000, B000, B00). Stardust Stickles was added over the snowy parts, Glossy Accents over the Christmas lights in the tree and gumdrops next to the door.

The image was adhered in a Tart Tin with dimensionals. SnowTex was adhered on the bottom of the tart tin and glitter was added over it while it was still wet.

A hole was punched in the top of the in and Linen Thread was tied through the hole. A ribbon was tied with May Arts gingham ribbon, topped with a button and tied to the Linen thread.

Make sure to check the Flourishes blog to find links to all the other projects made with this set by other Design Team Members and find out how to win the new release sets.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day!
Hugs and smiles


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

53 Responses to “Sneak Peek – Joy is in the Air”

  1. This is just darling Beate. I did see these little tart tins at Archiver’s today. This is the perfect gift for teachers too. 🙂


  2. WOW Beate – what a clever idea!!! You are such an amazing artist!!! Love what you’ve done with this set!! 🙂

  3. Love this ornament! Really creative and inspirational!

  4. Very good idea! Love it! Greetings from Anne-Elise

  5. wauw realy gorgeous!!!! what a inspiration!!!! thanks!
    xx petra

  6. I just love this little ornament!!!

  7. very beautiful! ornament.


  8. Great idea! Very pretty and would make a great gift. TFS.

  9. Wow this is a fabulous idea even kids could love making the ornaments. Beautiful!!!

  10. This is beautiful Beate. I love that you made it into an ornament. Great coloring as always. 🙂

  11. This reminds me of the little tin reflectors we would put behind the lightbulbs in the Christmas tree when I was a child…… What a great idea!

  12. What a creative ornament with this stamp. Lovely, Beate!

  13. This is beautiful!!! Love the ornament!

  14. That bow is just perfect on this ornament with that sweet little gingerbread cottage….just delish looking. Always enjoy your beautiful creations. Blessings.

  15. Wow, Beate! Awesome idea, it’s beautiful & I love all the sparkle!

  16. How refresing and beautiful!

  17. Your ornament is adorable.I saw the idea on Splitcost and am going to make for co-workers. These images work perfectly inside.

  18. Cute, cute, cute! I love it and will have to make one for myself! Wishing you a good day today!


    Barbara Diane

  19. OMG, EEK, SQUEAL! Beate, this is simply fabulous! Totally love it! Will have to try to find some of these tins. What a wonderful gift idea! Hugs…

  20. this is beautiful and I agree, VERY creative!

  21. What a beautiful and creative ornament, Beate! Wonderful inspiration!

  22. a tart tin–??? You are a genius! LOVE this ornament and that clever idea!

  23. Absolutely adorable, Beate! What a great idea. I love it!

  24. How creative this is…I love the tart tin used as an ornament!
    Jan Marie

  25. What really beautiful ornament especially using a tart tin. Very Creative!!

  26. Beautiful ornament! I love the coloring!

  27. Oh Beate, you will never cease to Amaze me!! I love, love this idea!! How cute and country it looks – I love it!! Did I say that yet? 🙂 Wonderful and creative idea 🙂

  28. love, love, love your ornament!

  29. beautiful ornament, very clever idea.

  30. Just love this little tart tin ornament creation.. absolutely adorable! Beautiful coloring, too.

  31. Wonderful ornament! Love that red and white bow!!

  32. CLEVER and FABULOUS Beate!!~

  33. love that ornament in the tart tin – TFS your creative talents with us!

  34. Now how adorable is THIS! What a wonderful idea Beate!

  35. So cute Beate, what a clever ornament.

  36. fab tin ornament…will have to keep my eyes open for these tins…

  37. WOW Beate!!! I love this idea! Love the scene in the tart cup! You are so clever!!! This is a really cute set and I love how you’ve colored it! You are so talented!

  38. What a great idea!

  39. how clever! this is so totally cute!

  40. Love this idea with the little tin, and your bright colors really set things off!

  41. Oh My HECK how amazing!!!!!

  42. Very cute ornament.

  43. This is so very cute! And you have colored with such intricate detail leaving not even a stone uncolored. Great work, it really makes the tin a wonderful ornament.

  44. These are so adorable Beate!! Where did you find the tin tart pans!! They’re like old ones my grandma used to back in.

  45. Amazing.. how this image was colored with copic markers..

  46. Oh, WOW, Beate, this is seriously FABULOUS! I noticed a tutorial for this type of ornament recently on SCS and wanted to try it…yours is absolutely STUNNING! This is definitely the PERFECT image for this type of ornament. They tart tin is so country-ish and that red and white gingham bow goes beautifully!

  47. so very pretty! fabulous project as always, Beate! love it!

  48. This is really cute! Love how you colored and jazzed up that image!

  49. OMG!! I LOVE this!! What an adorable creation!! XX

  50. Darling image & ornament.

  51. that is just the cutest idea for an ornament, great coloring and love how the snow comes out into the tin!

  52. sooo cute, I don’t know how I missed seeing this one earlier, but I’m happy I’ve seen it now. ;0) This would be a nice gift for my daughters teachers. Thank you for sharing Beate. ;0)

    Traci Lord

  53. SO sweet! What a great idea for a gift & that new image is adorable.

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