Sunday, 19 October 2008

Sunday Challenge - Not a Card.


Happy Sunday folks! Louise here. Firstly, a big well done to everone who played along last week, your creations were outstanding! I love to visit your blogs to see what you've been up to.

It's my week this week and I fancied a change so here's the challenge;


Make something using a Charmed download but IT CAN'T BE A CARD!


Does that sound like fun? Well, I can tell you one thing, we all certainly had fun, have a look at what we got up to.....

Pencil pot by Adele


Apron by Louise




Clip Board by Karen



Sweetie Tray by Nicola


Tree Decorations by Juliet



Gift Box and Calender by Ruth our Guest Designer.




Don't I have an ace design team!
For infomation on how each item was made please click on the designer's names to go and visit their own blogs.
I hope to see lots and lots of you joining in this week, the more the merrier. Dont forget to leave us a comment here so we can visit your blogs to see your creations.
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17 comments:

Crafty Wanderings said...

Good morning! WOW - your creations never cease to amaze me.
Lou's apron is brilliant (I need a perfectionist at work sign!).
Karen's clipboard is soooo colourful and so much fun!
Love the Potty about Dottie tag on Adele's pencil pot!
And I'm gonna make a sweet tray and tree decorations like Nicola and Juliet in time for the holly jolly season!
I've had fun! Thanks!
Ruth xx

Adele said...

Oh great ideas everyone-I love them all. Will do a bit of blog hopping to have a closer look and leave comments.

Great challenge Lou!

love Dingle.xx

ENJAY said...

Wow!!! Fantastic makes every one and Ruth brilliant a gift box and Calender they are amazing well done!!
Nicola.xx

Karen said...

Fantastic work girls. I have done my little round and left you all comments. Ruth fantastic projects for your first week as DW designer, just superb! xxx

Lea said...

Excellent makes there and all so different. I love all the ideas the DT have done. I need to go and put my thinking cap on now lol!

Wendy - Anntaurus said...

A great idea and wonderful DT examples as always!! My Halloween Treat Box is here:-

http://craftblog.craftybutterfly.co.uk/2008/10/halloween-treat-box.html

Sarah C said...

I lurve this challenge.

You and your DT are truly amazing. I love your apron adn Ruth's calendar especially. Biker George always makes me think of Meatloaf who I think is brilliant, so that definately gets the thumbs up from me xxxxx

Sarah C said...

I've made something for this challenge and it's on my blog xxx

Susan said...

You are all a great inspiration. This is my first ever challenge and I hope I have done it right!

You will find my attempt here:

http://soozplace.blogspot.com

You will see I am also new to blogging.

Trace Dee said...

I love all your lovely designes. This challenge came just at the right time i was just finishing off a project i had started at my mondays craft class and had decided to do a halloween cake using the dottie designes and then louise set this challenge.

Clare said...

fantastic challenge and beautiful creations by the DT. My creation is at www.clarescrafts.blogspot.com TFL xx

Sammi said...

Oh wow!! these are all so fabulous!!
Love your work ladies!! :)
I am sooo far behind - I PROMISE I will get thsi weeks challenge done before Sunday ... I'll be back :)

Lea said...

I've finally posted my try on my blog here

Sammi said...

I have done it ... just in time :)
My try is Here

Jac said...

I've managed it too, but not too happy with it so may even have another go! anyway its here . TFL

I love all the amazing stuff you guys have come up with really inspiring and I'm definately gonna do some of them! xx

Jac said...

Ok so I did have another go! nearly wished I hadn't but thats another story!! Here is attempt 2 TFL

Nicky said...

Great ideas and lovely creations this week, I have put my effort on my blog but it did not go quite right, oh well win some lose some. Nicky

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