Welcome to our blog hop if you came here from Peggy's blog - Tricky's Creations you are on the right track if not hop over to the Cowgirl's Sunday Stamp'en Challenge to start. You will find full details of the hop there.
I don't have a letter on my blog but you will be
BLUE and EXCLAIMING
your woe if you don't find this symbol. Leave me a comment and let me know if you found it and you may be in with a chance of some candy.
I have 4 pots of tiny beads and 10 pins to give to 1 lucky blog hopper. You must complete the hop to be eligible for this prize.
From here you need to hop back to the Cowgirl's Sunday Stamp'en Challenge blog and leave a comment to say you have completed the hop. Full hop details are on the challenge blog.
For the challenge this week our theme is HANDMADE FLOWERS you can add as many flowers as you like as long as you have made them yourself. You could win all these fantastic flowery ribbons this weeks as our Sponsor is
3 images of your choice from CJ's store Cowgirl Up Designs
The Winners Badge to display with pride on your blog
There will also be 3 x TOP 3 cards and these will be awarded
2 images of their choice from CJ's store Cowgirl Up Designs
The TOP 3 badge to display on their blog.
Here is the project I made for my DT work. I used paper from my stash and a gorgeous new release from CJ at Cowgirl Up Designs called Lilbit. I made the flowers by cutting a spiral out of a circle of paper and winding it up from the outside to the inside let it relax and stick it to the piece of card you have left in the middle, which is now on the outside. (I should have taken a picture of the bottom). I learnt how to make these at a scrapbooking class at Craft Den. I dabbed stickles onto the roses and the sunflowers on the image.
Here is a close up of the rose
I have used thin organza ribbon (bought from C&C) and threaded it through the holes in the Nellie C die and added 2 bows. The leaves are from a Woodware punch.
I had a list of challenges to enter this hanger into but my OH phoned on Friday afternoon and said we were going camping for the weekend so I won't be here to link up on Sunday. (I might see if I can find somewhere to plug my OH's netbook into on Sunday and see if I can get on line). We are camping on an airfield with water from a stand tap (if we're lucky), toilets in a mobile (if you are near the camping site) otherwise it's the dreaded portaloos (won't EVER go in one of those again) and no electric so early nights all round, which is just as well as people get up at 6am and start playing with their model planes. Forgot to say its show/competion weekend run by the British Model Flying Association where people show off their model planes and helicopters. It's a weekend away from home and I don't really mind the hardship as the family is together. Will let you know how we got on when I get back.
To all those who made it to here