Hey everyone, how are you today?
I have (at last) our Top 5 from the December challenge
We looked at each one and as always it was so hard to narrow it down to just 5, we had some fabulous entries!
The theme was ‘Anything But A Card’ and some of you really used your imagination and you came up with some amazing papercrafting projects which we enjoyed browsing
This is just for a bit of fun, the prize winners are drawn are random to give everyone a fair chance but we like to pick our own personal favourites and showcase them on our blog
Here they are, in entry order, our first one is number 12 and that was Fleur (Tanya) ...
Tanya made this gorgeous cracker using one of our older images
This stamp is called Christmas Bunnies – Tree
Next is entry 21 and that’s Anke
Isn’t this pretty? Anke used our So Many Presents stamp on her beautiful tag and matching pocket
I can think of so many uses for this idea and might be having a go at making one myself
Our third choice was entry 34 Rian …
Rian used Getting Ready, the perfect girlie image!
The tin was decorated and then filled with gifts, I think anyone would be thrilled to receive this
Next is entry 39 which is this cute little sign by Rebecca
Another lovely example of how to use our stamps on ‘anything but a card’
This could be made with any of the images, Rebecca chose to do a baby sign and used Little Ducky and one of our Statement stamps (this one is on the Congratulations set)
Last but certainly not least is entry 40 and that was Jane
Jane held a surprise family party and made her own paper for her gift bags using our Pretty Vintage background stamps
She added a photo of her Mum to the finished bag as a tag, what a fabulous idea!
Jane put full instructions on her blog if you want to have a go
Well done ladies, some great inspiration there, please email me for your blog banner
Our January challenge is a nice easy one, it’s Anything Goes
There is still plenty of time to enter as it closes at the end of the month
Full details and the entry link is on our challenge page at the top of the blog
See you tomorrow