Thursday, December 15, 2011

Colour Create - Blue, Silver and White

Hi Everyone,

Well sadly it's time for our last Colour Create Challenge of the year! Our wonderful team coordinator Sharon has given us a break over Christmas so you'll actually have an extra two weeks to join our challenge! This time is was my turn to choose the colours and I've gone with Blue, Silver and White, with the optional extra being Embossing (Heat or Dry or Both). Here is the inspiration pic for you :-

Being that it is the festive season our generous sponsor Michelle from Michelle's Scrapbooking has generously donated a $30 voucer for our lucky challenge winner!

I chose to make a round card for this challenge and have layered white and silver cardstock with this pretty pattern paper from Magnolia. I've also used my favourite Magnolia stamp Tilda Wrapped and coloured her with copics.

I've embossed my Silver Cardstock with the Swiss Dots Embossing Folder and I've heat embossed the chipboard Merry Christmas sentiment with silver embossing powder. The bells, ribbon and lace are from my stash and the flowers are a combination of Magnolia and Wild Orchid Crafts.

I'd like to enter my card in these challenges:-
Charisma Cardz - Last Minute Christmas Makes
Papertake Weekly - I'm dreaming of a Blue Christmas
Cupcake Craft Challenge - Don't Look at the Light
Creative Card Crew - Tis the Season
Thanks for visiting today!
Be sure to stop by the Colour Create Challenge site and check out the beautiful creations by the rest of the DT!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Magnolia Down Under - Lost and Found

Good Morning Everyone,

Time for another Magnolia Down Under Challenge and this week we'd like you to use something you've found around your home!

I found this paper gift bag that I still had sitting at home after a purchase - here is a before pic.

Now it can be anything that you've found at home for the challenge - buttons, string, ribbon, packaging... the list is endless!

Once again we are please to be joined by our sponsor Stampyland

Stampyland have offered a $20 voucher for our winner this week - so I hope you'll join us this challenge!

Here's slightly closer look at my Christmas gift bag, I've used so many things that I've had stashed away... those metal corners, the metal Merry Christmas sentiment and some left over bells from last year. My flowers are a combination of Magnolia and Wild Orchid and the Magnolia Paper is a recent purchase... I love the colours.

Tilda has been coloured with copics and stickles added for extra glitz.... I've also used liquid pearls to create the background.

I'd like to enter my gift bag in these challenges.
Allsorts Challenge - It Takes Two (Red & Blue)
Cute Card Thursday - Anything Goes
Charisma Cardz - No Cards
Simon Says Challenge - Photomontage
Bizzy Becs Creatalicious Challenge - Christmas and make it Sparkle!

Be sure to stop by the Magnolia Down Under Challenge and check out the fabulous creations by the rest of the team!

Thanks for stopping by,

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Colour Create - Red, White & Green

We've gone very traditional at Colour Create Challenge this week, our talented DT Sylvia has chosen these beautiful Christmas Colours with the optional extra being to add a snowflake. Here is the cute picture that Sylvia has chosen to inspire us with:-

We are happy to be joined once again by our generous sponsor:-

And this is a picture of the gorgeous prize they have on offer if you join us this challenge!

I enjoyed the chance to make another Christmas Card as I don't have very many complete!! The papers I chose are from Magnolia, my image is coloured with Copic markers with some frosty stickles added to the top of the stocking! The doily, Wild Orchid flowers, pearls and ribbon are all from my stash.

I'd like to enter my card in these challenges:-

Simon Says Challenge - Anything Goes
Wild Orchid Crafts Challenge - A Child's Christmas

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to visit the Colour Create Challene site to check out the amazing creations by the rest of our team!


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