Now for the winner of Dee's Fathers day/Male project theme challenge. What a lot of fabulous projects - just so creative - who say's men's projects are hard? It amazes me also every week that the Dt can vote for so many different projects - we indeed all have different tastes and to me that is a great thing. But after the voting process the winners are.....
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With the release of the new CD, what better than a challenge this week to create a decorative item, could be an ornament, flowers, a box or hey start early on those Christmas decorations! So what can you come up with for my (Claire) decorative item challenge? The Dt as always have come up trumps - so lets see what they have install for us, and please pop by their blogs to find out more about their wonderful creations!
Lou: This week, I have made a picture frame and have used paper and elements from the "All around and Everywhere" CD. The butterfly was made using 2 of the flowers found on the CD and then layered to look like a butterfly . . . I hope it works ?!?
Kerry - I've made a Christmas bow using papers and a sentiment from Nikkys new Paper Boutique II - Creative Christmas CD. I used a silver Promarker to colour the edges of the bow and some of the snowflake centers, plus added a few silver gems.
Tracy - I have made a money box to hopefully collect some crafting pennies. I have used the Fairy Flutterfly stamps for the fairies, flowers and butterflies. The spotted paper is from the Love & Cherish CD, then the layered flower on the top and the fence are from the All Around & Everywhere CD. The fairies are coloured using Promarkers.
Tracie: This week I made 12 folded paper flowers using papers from All Around and Everywhere and a Vase from Paper Boutique Vol. 1
Fliss I've made a wall hanging piece of art this time with elements from the All Around & Everywhere CD as I really love the pretty houses and trees which are perfect to make a gift for a new home owner. I covered a piece of mount board with text paper from the Back to Nature CD printed on blue card then added a central panel of green polka dot paper from the AAE CD. I assembled it as you see adding gingham ribbon paper strips and a flower from the CD with the top text panel from Back to Nature.
Jenny I used the Christmas Pud Box template from the new Paper Boutique/Creative Christmas CD & flipped it upside-down to make an ornamental Ice-cream Sundae Box. The box is topped off with meringue-like paper swirls & a few strawberries from the Candy Doodles CD...Yummy!
Good luck with the challenge and please link your creation with the widgit below. Closing date for entries is Sunday 11 July at 12noon GMT and please remember our little rules!!