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Monday, 9 December 2019

#247 Christmas

Mary is hosting today's challenge, Christmas.

Please share all your fabulous Christmas makes with us here.

As usual anything you care to enter is fine, a card, scrap layout, mixed media piece, some home decor, as long as it meets the theme.

Some inspiration from our fabulous DT

Mary

I have used a digi from Digi Stamps 4 Joy called illegal parking zone. After colouring it using Promarkers I fussy cut it and matted and layered it onto paper printed from a Tattered Lace magazine download and silver mirri. I added a crossed through 'L' plate because the card is for someone who has just passed her driving test.

Josephine

I stitched some baubles following a pricking pattern from Stitching Cards.

Angela

For this card I used Christmas paper from my stash, Altenew Poinsettia stamps, Tim Holtz dies and a sentiment die that was free in a magazine. I finished this off with some Stickles Glitter glue and glazed the petals.

Glenda

A Christmas Fun Fold Card, see my Blog for details and more pictures. Just a fun card to make with a different fold!

Judy

This Christmas canvas was made with Christmas Designer papers from Stamperia. I also used a snowflake stencil, Nuvo Crystal Drops, Pentart snow and glitter pens among other products. See my blog for details.

Marlene


Margaret

As I was pushed for time, I have only created a few Christmas cards this year but they are all based on this simple design using very simple techniques. I show what was used and all the different versions of this card on my blog. Happy crafting and a very Merry Christmas to all!!

Kimx

What card to choose from my stash? Here is one I made with a fabulous old Hobby Art stamp. I hope that you All have a wonderful Christmas and look forward to a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. See you in 2020.

Lin

I made my Christmas card with a StudioLight Christmas stamp and various shades of Distress Oxides, please see my blog for details

Maike
I used these cute gnomes by Stamping Bella to create a fun Christmas card with a wintery feeling! Happy crafting, everyone ;o)
We look forward to seeing what you can come up with!

This will be our last challenge for 2019, as the team will be taking a well deserved break until next year, and we will see you back here on 13th January.

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#246 No Patterned Paper, Winner and Top 5

Dr. Monika hosted our No Patterned Paper challenge and her Winner and Top 5 are:-



19 SD pooja

and her top 5 are:-

Congratulations to you all. Don't forget to collect your badges from the sidebar, and we look forward to seeing you back here at 12 Noon for our new challenge.

Monday, 25 November 2019

#246 No Patterned Paper


Dr. Monika is hosting today's challenge, No Patterned Paper.

As usual anything you care to enter is fine, a card, scrap layout, mixed media piece, some home decor, as long as it meets the theme.

Some inspiration from our fabulous DT

Dr. Monika


Hello lovelies, I have altered an ordinary tin into Mixed Media piece. I have used gorgeous shades of Lindy's Stamp Gang magical shaker and Prima - Finnabair mixed media supplies (modeling paste, gesso, patina effect pastes and waxes) to create this home decor piece. I hope you will love it. For more images and details, I invite you to visit my blog. Lots of love..

Josephine

I made a matching card and box for a friend who's retiring using Distress Oxide inks, an embossing folder, hand-made flowers and a couple of digital labels. I've removed the recipients name from the photos.

Angela

A new Masterboard made with Kraft card, stencils and paint. Added Seth Apter die cut pieces, Tim Holtz sentiment die and gems to complete the design. Lots more details for this card can be found on my blog. Happy crafting, Angela xxx

Glenda

A Nature card using only ink on a clear white cardstock background with a plain green border. Two inks were used, Wild Wasabi and Basic Black.

Agnieszka chanya13:

I made a birthday card for a boy.

Judy

This card was made with rubber stamps from Rubbernecker and Hampton Stamps along with a background music stamp that skips my mind who the company that made it is. The round music die is by Amy Designs. I made this card for my son's birthday.

Margaret

I created a masterboard with acrylic paints and a brayer and used a small strip of this as the background of my card. The Tim Holtz wildflowers were cut from plain white cardstock and two of them were coloured lightly with Distress Ink leaving the third one white for contrast. You can find all the details on my blog! Have fun crafting!! xx

Kimx

Who needs patterned papers when you have fabulous stamp designs to work with. My card was made using some of the wonderful stamps from Woodware designed by Jane Gill.

Mary

I used a wreath die cutting the green card several times and snipping it into pieces in order to create a much larger wreath. I attached it to white card which was matted and layered onto green and white card. I added pearl gems to two of the corners and various coloured dots of Liquid Pearls to the wreath. The sentiment in the centre of the wreath was cut from red mirri using a Tattered Lace die.

Marlene

I have used a Di's Digi Stamp coloured with Copics added some glitter to his hat and added Ribbon and a Ribbon Bow, 2 different embossing folders and a sentiment from Whimsy Stamps

Lin
 I have made a page in my Journal using Distress Oxides, and mostly Janet Klein's fabulous stamps from AAll & Create. Details on my blog

We look forward to seeing what you can come up with!

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#245 Thankful, Winner and Top 5

Lin hosted our Thankful challenge and her Winner and Top 5 are:-



15 Carole J

and her Top 5 are:-

Congratulations to you all. Don't forget to collect your badges from the sidebar, and we look forward to seeing you back here at 12 Noon for our new challenge.

Monday, 11 November 2019

#245 Thankful

Lin is hosting today's challenge, Thankful. Today is Armistice Day in the UK and Thanksgiving is just around the corner in the US, so we would love to see your projects giving thanks.

As usual anything you care to enter is fine, a card, scrap layout, mixed media piece, some home decor, as long as it meets the theme.

Some inspiration from our fabulous DT

Lin
I've used dies from Go Kreate and Tim Holtz, and a stamp from Your Next Stamp to create my card. Details on my blog

Josephine
I've used a media plate from John Next Door, and stamps from CardIo, Circa Design, UMount and a mix of Memento and Versafine Clair ink for this card.

Angela

I started with two of my handmade Masterboards for this card and mounted the sections onto gold mirri card. I added the sentiments before mounting everything on the card blank and then added the enamel dots. I have a tutorial for this card on my blog. Happy crafting, Angela xXx

Glenda

A Double Point Fold card using die cuts, stamps, and an embossing folder. To see more go to my blog. Happy Crafting!

Jo

Lots of die cuts leaves around a layered die cut wreath on a distressed paper layer over a kraft card layer.....and a die cut sentiment.

Judy

I used a cutting die for this card to create the circle gate fold. The pattern paper is by Stampin Up, sentiment by Tim Holtz. I also used an embossing folder, flowers, die cut butterflies and some gems.

Marlene

I have used a Penny Black Stamp. I have made it quite simple coloured the image with promarkers and added a few flowers and pearls

Margaret

I have created a simple monochrome card using TH Wildflower dies. The papers are from 49 & Market and I have added a little stamping, a pretty amber gem and wrapped it all with a piece of twine. Have fun crafting!! xx

Mary

I have used pages from Hunkydory's Pearl Bouquet paper pad to decoupage this image. I used Tattered Lace dies to cut the sentiment from the waste after decoupaging.

Kimx

I made a set of Thank You cards using a couple of fabulous old Stampendous stamps and the 'Bump and Smudge' technique.

We look forward to seeing what you can come up with!

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