Friday, 21 January 2011

Bah Humbug - Guest Designer week 3 - Christmas Crackers -


 Time seems to be passing by so quickly - its Bah Humbug Day, week 3 of my guest design spot, this weeks theme is a real cracker ..
I have very much been enjoying my guest spot. I really cannot thank the ladies at Bah Humbug for asking me, it has been such a joy making the projects. I will be continuing with the guest designer spot for the month of February ..Am so glad I can be of help. Thinking both of Max and Irene {Hugs}
Here are my offerings for this weeks fabulous challenge - Christmas Crackers - I have made a card, using a Elzybells RS image. I have also made a Christmas Cracker, one that does not need a 'snap' I made it following this fabulous tutorial for a Christmas Cracker
I guess the 'cracker' type gift box can be used any time of the yr. You just need to adopt the style/theme to the occasion .... It really is an incredibly easy make. You could just have one opening at the top and make it a 'milk' carton type gift box too. You could also add an acetate window, Lots of possibilites IMHO.. Compared to the 'tutorial' pics mine does look somwhat different on the 'ends' I think maybe the 'added' cardstock was too heavy, but overall I am pleased with results.



List of Supplies

6x6 Base Card
gold mirri card
Bazzill Basics Card
White Card
pattened papers .. unfortunately cannot remember the name of either used one was is a single 12x12 DS sheet and the other A4 sheet from a pic'n'mix type card/papers
Elsybells RS
Pro Markers
Satin Ribbon
Card Candy
Computer Generated Sentiment
Fluid Chalk
Nesties
Scor-Pal
Tag RS image by 'Funstamps' - used only a small section of the RS














2 comments:

  1. Both projects are fabulous Carol and I really can't thank you enought for what you are bringing to Bah! Humbug!
    Not heard from Max yet. Still holding my breath waiting for news.
    Ann xxx

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  2. You are bringing lots of inspiration--great that you'll be back for Feb., but sorry about Max and Irene. Love your project.

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