Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Winter Wonderland and Giveaway Winner Announced!


Hello friends!
I thought I would show you how I created a little
winter wonderland inside this jar.


I used Epsom salt for the snow.  It is sparkly like snow and
a good consistency.  Just layer in as deep as you'd like.


I added the church in the background, which was a glittered
ornament that I found at Wal Mart this year.  The trees were
 little bottle brush trees from Hobby Lobby.


The cute little girl figurine is a flea market find.
She is by Lefton and the perfect touch.  I also think
animal figurines would be cute, too.
I think you could have fun creating your own
tiny wonderland!


It is time to announce the winner of the giveaway
for the scarf!  First, I'd like to say that I wish everyone
could have won!  Thank you all for your sweet
comments about the scarf.
The winner is Carol of Old Glory Cottage!

Thank you for visiting today.  The week of
Christmas is a busy one and we appreciate you
taking the time to stop by.
Enjoy your day!
Twyla


17 comments:

EllenaElizabeth said...

So cute. :)
Happy Christmas to you and your family from Australia.

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Congratulations, Carol!

Twyla: I love your little Christmas in a jar scene. I think the pink painted lid is a perfect touch!

Merry Christmas week!
xoxo
Donna

Becs said...

Hi Twyla. What an adorable snow scene. I love it! Never would have thought about Epsom Salt. Clever and cute!!! And congrats to your winner. Merry Christmas. Becs

busymartha said...

Congrats Carol! What a clever idea, this little jar is adorable! Merry Christmas, Marilyn

Mruna Mistry said...

This is so adorable! I have to try it!

Merry Christmas!

Theresa said...

So cute and creative to use Epsom Salt as the snow! I learn SO much from you ladies!

Congrats to the LUCKY winner! Have a blessed week dear friends, HUGS!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Congrats to Carol and thank you twyla for giving us all a chance to win!

I love your little snow "globe" I've been wanting to make one, too. So many ideas, so little time! ♥

Elyse said...

so adorable, twyla!!! the little figurine is so sweet!

congrats to your lucky winner.

wishing you crazy crafters a happy and healthy holiday season!

xo
elyse

Protector of Vintage said...

Love the winterland scene and congrats to Carol!!

Yvonne said...

The Christmas in a jar is brilliant and so cute! I'm going home tonight and create my own winter wonderland. Thanks for the great idea! Have a blessed Christmas!

Shelley said...

Beautiful Christmas wonderland in a jar...Congrats to your winner..Miss Carol.....blessings

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

As a past winner of this darling duo's work..I can really say Congratulations! You will love your gift..ans you will know it was created with love..Yay you two crazy crafters!

Lynn said...

the scene is adoreable and I am so happy that Carol won! I found her blog first this year and it led me to all the wonderful blogs that I follow all the time!
Hugs,

Colleen said...

Congratulations Carol on the win.
What a Gorgeious Winter Wonderland you have greated. Ideas are just spinning in my head. Thank U 4 the inspiration.

ColleenB.

Country Dreaming said...

Delightful!

Melinda

Betsy said...

Your snow globe is so pretty! I have been wanting to do one of these, but didn't get to it this year. I love the idea of using epsom salts for the snow. I'll use yours as inspiration for a future project. Maybe I should get a head start for next year!

Merry Christmas!

~~Carol~~ said...

I really love this jar Twyla, because not only is it cute, but it would be the perfect way to display my figurines without our new kitten being able to knock them over!
I'm so excited that I won your scarf, and I've just sent you my address. I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas!