Sunday, December 7, 2014

Blanca Navidad / a White Christmas








Inspirado en un patron de/Inspired in a similar project by

Utilicé velas eléctricas
I used electric tealights

Asi es como lucen en la oscuridad.
This is how they look in the dark.
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13 comments:

  1. They look really spectacular with the lights in them.

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  2. Una vez más se confirma lo artista e imaginativa que eres. Me alegraría mucho que solo suenen de felicidad ahora y siempre en tu familia y amigos.
    Un cariñoso abrazo con el deseo de buenas Fiestas de Navidad y un Año Nuevo lleno de alegrías y felicidad.

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  3. Beautiful beads love the lights in it and I just bought some like that!

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  4. ¡¡¡Son preciosas!!! y la luz les da un efecto muy cálido.

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  5. It's just wonderful, magic, "féérique" in french <3

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  6. Lovely! I love the tea lights1

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  7. Looks wonderful Karen! I need to make some! Wishing you a great Christmas.

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  8. Lovely bells, beautifully decorated - and so clever to use the tea lights, although I am curious how they 'stay' there at the top of the bells!

    When those lights first were introduced years ago, I knew they were a great idea, and they have now come down in price, with an improvement in quality. I love to use them around the house!

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    1. Thanks! The lace stretches around the bells and "hugs" them in a manner of speaking. No glue or any other trick required; and they can be removed from inside the bells in case the battery dies or the lights are needed somewhere else.

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    2. Thanks for the response! Very clever how they 'fit' inside the tatting!

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  9. Love what you've done with Alena Vychlova Bell design & the lights shows them off - beautifully

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