Christmas Lollies

Hi and a happy December to you!

 I hope your having better weather than I. We've had a storm here that was called a 100 year storm and for the last 5 days we've had horrible winds and lots of rain. Last night was the worst! But from what I can tell after taking a tour of the neighborhood we only lost 1 tree and a few fences. Other parts of Shasta County weren't so lucky, there are lots of homes that have flooded north of Redding. I'm not sure  but I'm guessing we had winds up to 60 and even 70 Shasta County total we had flash floods last night power outages throughout most of Shasta County and there's a warning for tonight also...the rain is coming back. So, I will post this while I can! lol!

These are the lollies I'm teaching in a few weeks down in Chico. There are made mostly with Melissa Frances paper. The snowflake is a Tim Holtz die and I love it!

You can click on the picture for a better upclose view

The weather doesn't make for good pictures :-). But like the Halloween ones I made these are on spools too!
Have a wonderful Day! I pray I don't fly away :-) Hugs, Char


Geri said...

Char...these are absolutely and deliciously gorgeous!!! The images and papers are so, so pretty...the way you've layered your adorable embellishments! And that snowflake...I've seen it before and now that I see it again here...I WANT IT!!! I opened another tab to look again...the TH die is the snowflake rosette, right??? How about that delicate white-ish snowflake you have other things layered on...that's a beauty, it a die??? Oh many pretty details...I would love to be in this class! Hope the bad weather stays away!!!

Annette said...

WOW Char!! These are gorgeous!! Everything is so shabby and sweet! I've been thinking of you this past week as I watch the stormy weather happening in your area, hoping you are staying safe and dry! Hugs :)

Deanna said...

Totally amazing... I love it!

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Jinny Newlin said...

Gosh, Char! These are AMAZING! LOVE the depth and layering and fabulous details! TFS! And I hope you weathered the storms well. Hugs!

Ros Crawford said...

I am so sorry to hear about your weather ... glad you are safe though ...
These are stunning creations ... what a fabulous class this will be ... wish I could be there!
Thanks for your sweet wishes for my Aunt ... there has been a change of plan ... will post when I can ... but she was rushed into hospital last night very ill ... I am here in her home ...

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Your doilies are so cute, I just enjoy all the beautiful layers!
Sorry to hear about the storm stay safe!!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

OMGosh, I wanna come to your class, Char! These are stunning! STUNNING!
I've been hearing about that crazy storm out your way. Glad there hasn't been horrible damage and that you are safe!

BabyBokChoy said...

These are so sooooooooooooo complex and awesome!!! I hope you know these are absolutely precious and wonderful!

alexandra s.m. said...

These are so wonderful Char!
They make me wish i was a child during the Victorian period ;-)

Thank You!

~Tammy~ said...

Oh my gosh Char, I totally missed this post, and I sure hope everyone is ok!

I am also trying to pick up my JAW from your GORGEOUS project...holy cow this is amazing! You always just blow me away! You are insanely talented!

norma g said...

Hi Char, I found your blog through Pinterest and I'm a new followers. Your project is gorgeous, I love all the layers you added, BEAUTIFUL :D