Tuesday, 15 December 2009

PFP Christmas Challenge

Today the DT at PFP have another bunch of ideas for you to join in our fabulous December challenge go here for more detail.
Here is my little offering this week a sweet little treat for friends and family.

I have made several of these some with little home made poinsettias on top and some with stamped images coloured with pro markers.

I am very doubtful that there will be any more posts from me before Christmas so can I take the opportunity to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Thanks for looking Sue :o)

Wednesday, 2 December 2009

11th Hour Sugarbowl Challenge

I have been trying to get a photo of this card all week and today I took it to work and photographed it in reception at lunch time.
Must have a word with the cleaners tomorrow...can you see the cobwebs in the radiator it is perched it on.

Rubbish photo but I wanted to get it posted tonight to catch the sugarbowl challenge which finishes tomorrow and is a fabulous sketch by Marlene.

The papers are DCWV and the image is of course a manga image from sugar nellie.

Thanks For Looking Sue :o)

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

December Wonderland at PFP

You are in for such a treat this month over at Passion for Promarkers, the new challenge runs from 9am today (1st December) until 9am on the 5th January 2010
You can use ANY COLOURS of ProMarkers and you can make ANYTHING BUT A CARD.

We have lots and lots of prizes to give away, so there will be lots of winners - want to see the prize list?

Grand Prize: 148 ProMarkers from the fabulously generous Letraset - that's the entire collection including all the old and new colours

Plus they have donated another 2 x 5 Promarker Theme Packs

Sugar Nellie/Funky Kits have donated 8 prizes of Sugar Nellie stamps:
4x Maggie & Hamish stamps PLUS 4x Home Grown stamps

Joanna Sheen has donated a £10 voucher to spend in her online shop

Stampeezee have also donated a £10 voucher to spend with them

Whiff of Joy have donated a Fred, Celebrating Elephant stamp designed by Alison Acton

Julie is an Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator and she is giving away a stamp set and ribbon

The DT are going to make 2 items each for your inspiration the first one will be showing this week and the second on the 15th Dec.

My little bags have been made to give to friends who like to feed the birds instead of cards...they are filled with Robin food.
I thought it would be a nice change to have something useful!!!
Thank you to Annie for sending me the cuddly buddly robins for this project, the bag can be found here at splitcoast stampers.

So come on girls get creative and crafty to be in with a chance to win these gorgeous prizes and we will be back on the 15th with more inspiration.

Thanks For Looking Sue :o)