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Sunday, December 19, 2010

DT Post And Challenge #2 Winner

Less than a week to Christmas now! I hope you are all more organised than I am... I still have not finished my shopping. Oh well, nothing like fighting all those crowds trying to get last minute gifts.

Right, onto the winner of Challenge #2. We had some wonderful entries and I would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who entered. Thank goodness for as I would not be able to choose a winner!

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Congratulations Jen. Please email me and I will get your prize out to you.

This is the last DT post for 2010 - the girls are having a well deserved break. We will be back on the 9th January with a new challenge and DT post.

Lets see what the girls have been up to this week!

Joy has made a cute little Christmas card using Lawn Fawn's Critters in the Snow set and she finished it off with my favorite embellishment - bakers twine.

Ange made two cards today, both using Everyday Prints by Practicing Creativity. The first is a sweet 'Love You' card and with the second she creates a completely different look.

My card today uses Lawn Fawn's My Silly Valentine set and some Cosmo Cricket paper.

Lucy showed her technique for adding glitter to cards and I used this for my pears. The end result resembles a puffy epoxy sticker.

I also used Repeat Impression D8 CASE Card Challenge for the inspiration for my card - I just flipped the layout.

Well I hope you all have a fantastic weekend and manage to find some crafty time in your busy schedules.

Jay Gee


Joy said...

Oh Judith, I love your card, super sweet, you have pieced it so well together with that patterned paper.

Sue Kohler said...

what a great card for the one you love!! thanks for the link to Lucy's blog, what a fabulous technique! hope yo have a very merry christmas and enjoy a much needed break!! :)

Anonymous said...

Judith your card is absolutely gorgeous! :)

Ayana Posadas said...

I love your card, Judith! I especially love the way you flipped the sketch vertically. The pattern paper goes so appropriately with the cute little pears. So Fabulous! :)