With the help of furry assistant number one, I completed one of those crafts. I think he liked this one because it involves little birds.
Here are two super easy cutesy art projects I whipped together before Vanna revealed the final puzzle. Best of all they didn't cost me a dime. I was able to pull out all the supplies from that endless scrapbooking stash I have. Both frames were old ones that were gold and blue at one time before they had their coating of Heirloom White paint a few months ago.
The first piece of art is simply cut from a sheet of Christmas scrapbook paper by SEI that I bought at Archiver's. It's one of those two sided papers and the bird is fuzzy which makes is super expensive for a piece of paper, so I think it was $1.79 a sheet. I had a giftcard so it was free for me. I cropped the paper a little too close to his head on the top.
For the second frame I used these SEI wintersong die cuts along with some other die cuts I had left over from last year. They are very pretty and all glittery.
I chose two of the birds from the SEI package while the star and holly branch are ones I had left from last Christmas. The sparkly "Joy" is a Making Memories rub on that I bought 2 or 3 years ago. The paper background is a scrap I had from previous scrapbooking projects.
Now I just have to figure out where I'm going to display them. One project done, a huge list of projects to go!