Dec 26, 2012

FBW #220 Open Challenge

This week's challenge at Flutter By Wednesday is the same as it has been for the entire month of December,  OPEN.... which means you can enter any project/card as long as it has a fairy and/or butterfly on it. We'd love to have you join us....feel free to link up HERE. And while you're linking up, check out what my fellow teamies came up with....I can assure you that they have some wonderful projects to share!

Whew, I'm almost done showing off these fun journals.... not only did my nieces, daughter, and friends enjoy receiving them for Christmas, but I had a lot of fun making all of them!

Prima Madeline DP
Gold embossing powder on chipboard letter
Image: Sugar Nellie Woodland Fairy
Ranger: Polysparkle embossing powder
Asst ribbons and beads
Mini pen (thnx for the idea Eva!)

I thought I'd try something a little different this time and made a combination journal and post-it note pad.

TH Tattered Elements sentiment

Handmade charm made with TH Fragments and Prima Madeline DP, along with assorted beading
Hopefully you'll find a few crafty minutes to join us at Flutter By Wednesday this week...maybe you have some new and fun supplies you're  wanting to try!


Rachel Parys said...

Get out!! Love the post-it/journal combo! I think I need to make one of those for myself!!! Very cool!!

Chrissy said...

Fabulous Denice, love the charms with beads you made, the image on your journal and the ribbons and colouring.. awesome project.


gobeagirl said...

Hi again, can you tell that I am off work and playing catch up? Anyway, I love your journal and the note pad combo. I really really love your little trinkets you have made. I have not seen them before. I think you have done a wonderful job on the whole thing. Hugs, Lisa

Danni said...

Love, love, love this!! Just so pretty!! Did I mention that I love this!!

Sugar Cards said...

Wow!!!! I love these post it holders!!!
Happy Christmas as well! How was the weather in Illinois ? It rained here in Vancouver during Christmas and Boxing Day :)

Jenée said...

What a delightfully creative idea, and the image you've used is charming. Really like everything about this project!