It's the last challenge of the year over at The Paper Players! (until 2015 that is!)
It's also the last challenge for me as a Guest Designer. I sure had lots of fun, and wish to thank everyone at PP for letting me play along the past 6 months. It's been awesome!
The challenge lasts for 2 weeks, so there is plenty of time to play along. Nance has a "black tie" theme for us," your fanciest or best holiday project."
I've been working on my gingerbread house cards, which I feel is my best and certainly most time consuming holiday project this year. There are SO many small pieces, but I just love cutting them all out and then putting the cards together when I am sitting in front of the TV. I think they are cute!
As you can see, I also added glitter. I used heat and stick powder, so that took some time, too. I made quite a few, changing each one up a bit..here is one I posted awhile ago:
I used a ton of dies for these, and I will list them below this post. I've been getting lots of emails about several of the dies I use and where to purchase them. I usually buy my dies at our local craft store, but most can be found online if you google the name.
Head on over to The Paper Players and play along..I look forward to seeing what holiday creations everyone is making!
I also look forward to 2015 (not long now) when Paper Players will be back with another year of fun challenges!
I am also entering this at Poppy Stamps
sparkle and shine challenge:
Paper: SU real red, kraft, always artichoke, silver glitter, white, textured brown, tan, yellow, blue
Ink: SU black
Stamps:Taylored Expressions many minis
Dies: Elizabeth Balloons set,Lawn Fawn stitched hillside borders,Poppy Stamps cute cottage and small blooming poinsettia,Impression Obsession pine sprig cluster, Christmas icons, birch tree set
Other:pearls, buttons SU glitter, heat and stick powder