Friday, December 17, 2010

Christmas Configuration My Way & a GiveAway!



Hello Bloggers from the cold and snowy Midwest!!!! At least the sun is shining today. I tried to take pictures yesterday, but wasn't happy with all of them. So today I tried again...a bit better, but never satisfied. That's why the colors may be a bit different as it's 2 different light settings... here goes nothing!

This is no tutorial, so just look and enjoy...then go create! I will tell you some of the products along the way. Graphic 45 papers on the sides, Margies - the Girls Paperie inside as well as BasicGrey, 7Gypsies and Tim Holtz Seasonal paper stash. I also used one of Tim's stamps and the hanging sign Alteration.


This is from Tim's Holiday paper stash. I LOVE this Santa so much. Robin said it reminded her of her childhood and reading "The Night Before Christmas." This had Tim's Tissue Tape and gold garland from Trim-A-Tree on the edges. the boxes are sprayed with various Adirondacks sprays and Perfect Pearls Mists. I LOVE THEM ALL!



Felt stars were glittered using the technique I learned from the"Queen of Glitter", Lisa Pace. You must have her book...maybe Santa will bring it! I really love the Christmas lights hanging on the side with Martha glitter on them and gold cord to hang them. They are years old....and I have not seen them since....from Hobby Lobby. Wish I had a whole bunch more.
The tree is from KaiserCraft. Too cute!


The little girl is from Paper Whimsy....best Vintage Photos ever! Gale is brilliant when it comes to recreating these treasured images. I used a Book Plate and a Facet from Tim for the little girl. And the little tree and wreath I got at Red Lead in St. Louis!!!


The Santa's are Stickers from Tim and the Star is Vintaj. I added some color with metal in the center from Ten Second's Studio.



The vintage button I bought as well as the hand painted Snowman and Angel button on the tree. The Joy is Maya Road that is glittered.


THEN....this is what I really had fun with. You glue it to our ever popular piece of plastic packaging, fold a strip at the top and glue to the top of the little box!

It is brought forward and looks to be hanging. Bill was impressed.


Wrap a wooden block in tissue paper and tie with a bow. Add Glossy Accents to a Bingo chip from Maya Road...glue to a wooden star, a small circle to raise it up, and pop into the box.



Now, if you followed this to the end......WHO WANTS A CONFIGURATION? Leave a comment and we'll send out one with some Tools from Tim, too! May even get it before Christmas!

Be Well and Have a Great weekend!!!!


Linda

156 comments:

  1. Wow. This is just gorgeous. I was just thinking, "I'd like to make one of these," and saw there was a giveaway -- so kind! (We'll see how lucky #1 will be -- ha, ha) Merry Christmas.

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  2. I love your configuration. The way you have the "JOY" floating is fabulous. Thanks for sharing with us and for your generous offer to share MORE with us.

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  3. Linda, I'm from the midwest too,with 12in. of snow on ground... BRRRRRRR IT'S COLD TOO. I would love to receive this beauty... I've never made one, but it looks fun... HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

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  4. This is so beautiful! I can't believe all the exquisite details such as the little tree in the corner and the glitter Christmas lights. You are so talented!

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  5. I love it! Very creative! You are very generous to share this!
    Merry Christmas!!
    Mona

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  6. Wow, Linda this is beautiful. I would love to have a chance to win one of these, so thank you!
    It's very cold here today, too!!

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  7. ohmygoodness linda, your Christmas configuration is just AWESOME!!! every nook is filled with wonderful detail. i love it!!! what a treasure! thanks for sharing and oo, i would love to win one. thank you so much for the chance! happy holidays to you and yours. *hugs* steph :)

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  8. OMG there is so much to oooh and ahh over. It's gorgeous, but that doesn't cover it. It's just sooo, so (still not finding the words)...WOW! I keep scrolling up and down the blog to admire the closeup pic. Thanks so much for including those! I love how you used a little from here, a little from there of your stash. And the floating "Joy," genius!

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  9. The floating JOY is very clever and I just love all your creations. Thanks so much for sharing so many detailed photos!

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  10. Linda, this turned out GORGEOUS! I so envy designers who can pull something like this together! I try real hard to "think outside the box" but it isn't easy... LOL
    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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  11. I (♥) LOVE it!!
    Glad to see the entire project, and the photos are wonderful.
    I absolutely enjoy the way that you broke apart the configurations, ingenious idea.
    ~Jill

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  12. This is beautiful. I love how you've used the little boxes inside and outside the main box.

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  13. Holy Kamoley Batman! Wow Linda! This is just beautiful! Its like a trip back in time to Christmases past. I love this piece! My very favorite thing of all is the star on the top with Santa touching his nose! It just makes me feel so warm inside. Linda, you've made something very special. Happy Holidays to you and your family!

    Elaine Allen

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  14. Wow!!! Your configuration Box is AWESOME!!!!! I love how you used the inside boxes for the top and bottom~~~so clever!!! You are a genius!!!
    Have a Merry Christmas!!!

    Karen S. Ohio

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  15. Amazing - well worth waiting to see your gorgeous & creative christmas configuration. I can see why you had such a great time creating and playing with this Christmas Magic!

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  16. Awesome Job! So worth the wait!(Like I had more important things to do anyway) Who needs to x-mas shop, wrap presents or any of the other things we are suppose to be doing during this busy holiday season. Nah, I just sit here playing and creating waiting for Linda to put her configuration up.
    LOL!

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  17. Oh, one more thing!

    This is freezing AWESOME!

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  18. Linda, I love your creativity! You are so inspiring!!! I wish you and your family a very merry christmas!

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  19. What beautiful Christmas decor! Tim's configurations look so cool. Thanks for the chance to win one :)

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  20. WOW..Linda this is absolutely Gorgeous..You did an amazing job with this configuration..Your thinking is way out of the box ( literally lol) Love Love Love every single aspect of this project! You have an amazing amount of talent..unbelievable.
    Thanks for sharing!! RuthAnn

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  21. I LOVE your interpretation...I'm looking at mine & see more possibilities for next year...already!!

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  22. Fabulous configuration, love all the embellishments, papers, layers in fact all the details are gorgeous and the Santa's are wonderful. I would love the opportunity to win some candy. Have a fabulous Christmas and Best Wishes for The New Year. Tracy Evans x x

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  23. You have made a simple configuration into a work of art. Totally fabulous, with so much to look at and enjoy. Merry Christmas. Annette x

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  24. Beautiful and inspiring job! Love it.
    I would love to have a configuration!
    Carriep

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  25. Wow! This is just gorgeous. It is absolutely packed with creativity and treasures.

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  26. Wow, this is fantabulous work! (as always, I might add, lol) All the little details you put into something really shows in the final piece. That "joy" is a brilliant idea, must be if Bill is impressed, eh? lol! Great idea to use the 3 boxes as feet, too, another "note to self", lol!

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  27. oh wow hun what can I say this is just fantastic gosh I have loved reading every detail and looking at each picture for ages,and that,floating,joy father xmas,presant tree well hun I just do not know what to say,wow wow wow,and for such a generous offer too hun ,gosh thank you is all I can say,hugs cheryl xxxx

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  28. That is amazing. But no suprise ro me. You always inspire me.. have a merry Christmas.

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  29. OMW>...tried to view/comment on this on my phone and it EXPLODED!!! jk YOU ARE AN AMAZING OUT OF THE BOX THINKER!!! and I LOVE IT!!

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  30. Linda, I loved your configuration and the way you used little boxes on the bottom as legs giving you a larger opening to play with! Very well done and awesome attention to detail...lots of inspiration here!
    Thank you for the chance to win one...I'll send you some sunshine from S FL!

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  31. Love how you thought "outside" the configuration box! Love the musical notes that dance across the piece. Enjoy the Season, you've inspired us again.

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  32. Awesome work Linda. I love how you used the little boxes for feet!!!

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  33. Linda, I really like the way you worked "outside the box" on this one. Lots to see inside and out. Beautiful work!

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  34. this is beautiful. I too love the Santa with his finger aside of his nose. and GLITTER. gotta love that. Thank you for sharing. KSH

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  35. Well that is the most elaborate configuration I have seen. I love it tons! Beautiful! Have a great weekend!

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  36. Love this idea. So easy to bring it out at the holidays and instant decorating. So much charm. Adding this to the top of my project list!

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  37. Just gorgeous some much detail ,an amazing piece of art . Thanks for sharing and a chance to win
    Marilyn

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  38. Linda, love the configuration. I think my fav is the santa star. What a generous giveway. Anyone would be lucky to own it. Thanks for the chance.
    So enjoy your blog. Stay warm - I'm trying to.

    Val

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  39. Linda,
    Your configuration is fabulous. I love all your little details! Great idea to hang the joy! Thanks for a chance at your giveaway.
    Susan

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  40. This is just darling. Very Christmasy and you've given me alot of good ideas and inspiration!!
    Cheers - Kathy

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  41. Stunning Linda,What a Fabulous Christmas box! the thing I really want to know is how do you keep track of everything you use? I usually toss the packaging then scratch my head when I go to post about it!
    I'd love to be in your draw! I have yet to win on Tim's blog even after 4 years trying! As you can tell I'm not so good with the written word!
    Wishing you Joy, Health and Happiness this Christmas and the coming year!

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  42. Love it, love it, love it!!!! Oooh I really want one of these!

    -Danielle

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  43. Wow! I love it! It makes me want to break out all my Tim Holtz stuff and go crazy!

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  44. What cool, cool, COOL ideas! We only have a few inches in east central IL...but more on tap early next week. At least now my yard looks as good as anyone else's - no more brown, dead grass! LOL

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  45. Linda I love what you've done with it its gorgeous.

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  46. Holy moly!!! That is just freakin unbelievable! The way you used the boxes on the bottom is great. Amazing how something simple as working them outside the box changes the beauty. It would look really great in my sitting room!! :)

    "The" Lisa

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  47. Linda, I would love to win one. Something to play with on these cold snowy winter days. Love your ideas thank you for sharing.

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  48. now thats what you call creating outside of the box.....love all the details, so much to look at, a wonderful christmas display to put out each christmas and admire....
    hugs

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  49. I love the way you took 3 boxes out of the configuration, that is a cool idea ... and the floating Joy, is just fab!!! What a wonderfully inspiring creation!

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  50. What a beautiful piece of creative work. I'd Love to do one of these so perhaps my name will be pulled out of your little elves cap! Hope you have a fabulous christmas and carry on inspiring us in 2011

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  51. You must have put so much time and effort into your Configuration! It's well worth it for all the little amazing details and unexpected surprises at every turn.
    Thanks for the chance at your giveaway!

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  52. I would love a configuration! I hadn't purchased one yet because I couldn't decide what my theme would be. However, as I was looking at them in the store yesterday, I finally decided to make one on a tea based them! I'll be getting one just after Christmas and starting my box!

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  53. Linda, I am so very delighted to see the christmas box you have created. I love the design and all the pretty details that you have decorated them with. You have done a fabulous job on them! This is gorgeous!
    I am enjoying visiting your wonderful blog!
    Have a wonderful christmas season!
    Hugs
    MARTINA xxx

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  54. love it! so so pretty! and detailed...awesome...luv your blog too, tyvm for a chance.

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  55. Boy, when Tim says to think outside the box, you really take him LITERALLY! haha Your Christmas configuration box is off the charts creative! I LOVE it! You showed a whole new way to configure those little boxes and it's fabulous! I love the warmth and charm of your box! Thank you so much for sharing it and how you made it with us!

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  56. So many ideas with all the little boxes! Wow. My brain is spinning. And I have so much of the stuff... much of it 'vintage', even the little lights. I need to get busy. Oh, I need the little boxes. Maybe Santa will bring me luck?



    Cold in Tennessee.

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  57. What a lot of possibilities with a configuration! You always include so many ideas that can be used for other projects. Thanks for your "Christmassy" creativity.

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  58. I love, love, love your configurations box! So many great and fun ideas. I have to try them all. My granddaughter saw mine and wants one and now I have more things to do for it.
    Alison J

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  59. I happened onto your blog while tinkering around on tim's website and I am so glad i did...this is beautiful! You inspire me, thank you!

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  60. LOVE your configuration! I love how the little boxes form the "feet"! Great work on all the pieces!
    I haven't found these at a store here yet....I have a million ideas for what to do when I do though!

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  61. Wow, Linda, this is the best. I have not tried to do anything with these but have seen them. They are so cool looking. I may have to make a goal to create one in 2011 at least. The floating JOY is amazing!! Thanx for sharing.

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  62. I can hardly wait to make my own configurations! I love all of the little vintage touches you use. I can identify with the chilly weather (Western Montana) and what a better way to enjoy winter than stashed away making art!

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  63. WOW! Your imagination and creativity are beyond words. Thanks for sharing!

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  64. Linda this so cute. Love all the detale. Merry Christmas

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  65. Beautiful job on your configuration box! Love all of the little details. Yeah it is too cold here in the midwest. Feels more like January now!

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  66. Your box is beautiful. I need to work on mine today.

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  67. Ooooo this turned out soooooooooooooo cute :D
    I love it so much and loved following its progress on facebook :D
    Julie xx

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  68. Love how your configuration turned out!..TFS...Would be great to win one!

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  69. Linda, these are so gorgeous.I've been wanting to try and make one but so far I have so many projects that I need to finish! I would love to win one!!!!!

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  70. Your configuration is wonderful. Thank you for all the close ups of the details with explanations of how you did them.

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  71. I'm loving your Configurations! I love the floating 'Joy'and the Christmas tree. Thanks for the snow too! When it got tired of pelting you it came to western New York. Thanks for being so creative!

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  72. Gorgeous!! Love all of the details!! Would love to make my own!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  73. I love your configuration box!!! Just beautiful and thanks for all the info on what products you used.
    Love everything you do.

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  74. Oh this is just too pretty. I love the JOY that appears to be just hanging in space. How clever. Would I like a configuration. You bet! Thanks for asking and giving us a chance to win a Christmas treat!

    Mary
    www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

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  75. Love your configuration -your style...where did you find the Xmas tree? I love how you floated the Joy...Happy Holidays!

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  76. Linda, your configuration is fabulous!!! I love all the little details and the joy is very cool!!! Gotta love that packaging!!!!

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  77. What a stunning project! I can see all of the elements that you love to work with. And how generous you are! Helene

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  78. Absolutely love your Christmas configuration, and such a generous giveaway too
    Happy Christmas to you and your family
    xx

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  79. I thought you said there was no ttorial :D That was amazing. It's so gorgeous too :)

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  80. Love what you have done. Epitomises Christmas in so many ways. Love the Santa on the star - but love everything really.

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  81. This is really beautiful! I enjoy coming to your blog!

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  82. This is stunning, so much detail and colour and texture, so much eye candy to keep drawing you back to take another look.

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  83. What a super project! Suspended "Joy" - wow!I made one ( configuration box) myself as sort of a Christmas house. I love that tree! Wonderful! And it is so much fun to work with mini-things! It brings back the child in us all! Happy holidays!

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  84. I love all the details in your work. Your configuration is awesome!! Thank you for a chance to win one!

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  85. I swear Linda, you make the most awesomest stuff! :) I read your blog regularly and I've also been lucky enough to have been able to take some classes with you in St. Louis! It never fails to amaze me the warm homey feelings that looking at your artwork gives me. You've been an incredible inspiration for some of my best work and for that I thank you!

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  86. just awesome! so many great ideas... I especially like what you did with the word joy

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  87. oh my gosh....this is incredible! What a beautiful decoration to have in your home!!!! And thank you so much for a chance to win

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  88. Good Golly Girl, love your blog!
    And your banner is fabulous!
    Stunning projects!

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  89. Linda
    I love your wonderful take on this super fun project. Thanks for posting and sharing it with us.
    Love Tim Holtz products.
    Have a Merry Christmas.

    Fran Heupel

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  90. this is so magical , I fely like a kid again looking at each picture. Thanks so much its just beautiful!! Hope you have a magical Christmas as well!!

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  91. You did such a beautiful job! I love seeing these all done up. They show such personality and style. I would love one toplay with.

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  92. This is such a piece of art. Love it!!! Thanks for sharing all of the little details.

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  93. This is absolutelynthe most beautiful item I've seen this Christmas -- and I am DROOLING! Please pick me! I have been lacking mojo for several weeks and this has my LOVE of creating ready to go. Isn't Tim's Santa the best??
    Merry, merry Christmas!

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  94. i have always wondered what to do with the left over boxes!!! i love it!! i can't wait to make one of these!!!

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  95. These configurations are AWESOME!!! Such talent....blows me a way. I hope and pray that I can be that talented some day. Thanks for the opportunity :)
    ScrappyNancy

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  96. I really love this! Amazing job.

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  97. Wow...so much work and so much detail!!!
    Stunning!

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  98. Love your creation! I'm just waiting patiently for the configs to become easily available. Going to have to follow your blog - the header alone got me inspired. Thanks for sharing!

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  99. So cute!! Love that it looks old fashioned and the boxed feet are a great addition...

    Hugs,

    PattiM
    {Pattie's passion}

    I Scrap So All Moments Are Remembered!!]]]

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  100. I just stumbled across your blog today. Oh wow how I do love your work! Merry Christmas :)
    Kind regards, Jennifer

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  101. BEAUTIFUL PROJECT! A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS!!!

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  102. OMGoodness....this is absolutely beautiful. So many details and wonderful projects. I love all the different products...some of my own stash. Thanks for all the deets. Happy Holidays!

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  103. This is awesome! Thanks for the great tips on how to make one of these. I've always wanted to try one.

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  104. What a wonderful collaborative effort. Tim comes up with the stuff and you make such gorgeous things with it!

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  105. I love this! I have seen so many configurations done so many ways, I so want one!

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  106. This is just stunning!! I love the floating JOY; what a fabulous idea. I just bought the smallest configurations box and I'm not sure where to start. This gives me some great ideas and lots of inspiration!! Thanks so much for sharing!
    Heather C.

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  107. Amazingly beautiful!

    TFS and thanks for the chance to win

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  108. This is absolutely beautiful. I have been dying to try one of the configurations. Will have to search the house for tiny things. Thanks for all the inspiration. Hope you have a wonderful holiday.

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  109. Linda, you did a superb job on this. It is very creative and utilizes such a nice variety of techniques and products. Hope you have a wonderful pre Christmas week, and YES it sure was cold returning home last night.

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  110. Absolutely stunning Linda! I so love your work but this one is so over-the-top awesome!

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  111. It's fantastic!! I'd love to make one.

    iamvictorias at gmail dot com

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  112. So pretty - elegant and stunning. each time I look at it I see different details! Would love to have something like that in my house! Thank you for a chance to win,

    mjmarmo@comcast.net

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  113. This is beautiful!! I kept scrolling back and forth to look at every detail. Thanks for sharing and have a great holiday!!

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  114. This is just amaZING and so inspiring. I just love your creative style. Thanks for a chance at this fun giveaway. I've been wanting to do one.

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  115. WOW! What an amazing Christmas keepsake! It's priceless! Merry Christmas!

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  116. I love all the wee baubles and treasures ... g.o.r.g.e.o.u.s.

    Thank you for sharing.
    Merry Christmas!

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  117. I am ever impressed with all the creativity in this world! Thanks for the inspiration...and the tip about the ever-popular piece of packaging! I'm headed to my craft table!

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  118. Linda - all the details are fantastic! I love that Tim santa with the finger aside of his nose!! Merry Christmas!

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  119. Absolutely fabulous - I so want to make one of this!

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  120. It looks fabulous. I love all the vintage Santas! Great job. Have a happy holiday!

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  121. This is great. I love how you didn't put the Configurations back together with all of the boxes inside. Lends itself to being more creative with the possibilities. I've been playing with mine, haven't even painted it yet. THIS is an inspiration. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  122. Well what an amazing configuration! I love what you did with the blocks! I have one of the configurations but haven't done anything with it yet! You have certainly inspired me!

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  123. I would love to make one of these.I love all your attention to detail and thanks to for all the photos too.
    Thanks for tremendous inspiration
    hugs sarah x

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  124. Wow!! that is awesome!! thanks for sharing, have a happy holiday season.

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  125. EVERY TIME I see one of these, I think "Man, I want to make one." I love all the little compartments, different colors and textures, etc. So yummy!!!! Thanks for offering to share. :)

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  126. Very cool! Your configuration just fills me with thoughts of an old fashioned Christmas and its wonderful traditions. Enjoy your Christmas Linda!

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  127. Would love to play with one of the configuration pieces Linda. Thanks for the inspiration you always give.

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  128. Always inspired after visiting your blog... Now I want to make one too!
    I'll have to drum up my own little boxes though (unless your generosity touches me)... haven't seen Configurations yet in any of my usual shopping spots.

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  129. Your art always leaves me so inspired!! Thanks so much for the chance to win such an awesome giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  130. i really love this want to have a go at making one and have managed to get most of the bits together
    merry christmas
    hugs chrissy o xx

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  131. Oh My! what a brilliant crafty box, I love it to pieces, and would love to have a go at altering my own, Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to win one,Yay:0) xxx

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  132. This is absolutely gorgeous!!! Wow!

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  133. Your project is fabulous. thanks for sharing it and for your give-a-way. I would so love to try this!!

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  134. OH, this is sheer JOY. You must have had so much pleasure in creating it and, no doubt will enjoy displaying it year after year.

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  135. what a fab fab creations...!!! and thank you for the awesome giveaway too. Love love to win it.
    Happy Christmas,
    Heaney

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  136. thank you much for inspiring me....one of those configurations have been sitting on this table staring at me for over two weeks...tomorrow morning is the day.....it will be made holiday worthy.

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  137. I love your configuration. I have been wanting to do one of these and yours gives me so much inspiration. I love how you configured your boxes a little different and used the small ones as a base. Thanks for sharing and thanks for a chance to win an awesome prize!
    Merry Christmas,
    Penci

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  138. what a great holiday project to share...I loved looking at all the details and will go back and look at them again...all the glitter and the music paper and T!m touches-LOVE EM! Happy HOlidays!

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  139. Wozie Wow!!! This is fantastic!!! Love all the details in your configuration!! Glad tohave "discovered" your blog.....going to read thru more posts....thanks for the chance...stay warm and have a happy and safe holiday!!

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  140. I absolutely adore this! The vintage...yum..oh my! Merry Christmas from years past is what this says. You have once again inspired me! Cari Becker

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  141. My little creative friend. Your creative juices are still flowing! I wish we could play together. What a great piece. Lots of treats in there.

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  142. first time to your blog. This is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing and a chance to win.

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  143. Linda Beautiful Configuration. I like how you stepped outside of the box literally. The Joy Floating in the box is a great touch! Thanks for a chance to win.

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  144. OMG, Your configuration is FABulous. Gorgeous. WOW!!!
    Thanks for sharing your talent AND a giveaway. ms.cheryl

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  145. This is absolutley gorgeous. I just seen this on the Vintaj blog and had to come look at more pictures.

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  146. I saw this on the Vintaj blog and just had to come over and see more pics, and find out where you got the boxes!! I love how you've just used some of the boxes from the configuration, with so much yumminess in between. Absolutely gorgeous. Merry Christmas!

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  147. Unbelievable work. Thank you for the manufacturer information. That looks like it would be so fun to work on for a few months (I don't think I would complete it in a day, lol).

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  148. OMW love love your blog!!! Your contiguration is amazing artwork...Merry Christmas and thanks for sharing such a great giveaway with us.

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  149. this is awesome linda!!! i love every detail of it!!
    thank you for sharing it!

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