Thursday, November 17, 2011

Delightful Challenges

Good Morning!!  I cannot tell you how excited I am for this day.  I have created some really fun things to share with you today.  So we'll start with this week's challenge at Delightful Challenges is we're playing BINGO.  Now I like this kind of BINGO!

I created goodie cones featuring Christmas Toppers.  Now I don't have them filled because I couldn't decide on what to put in them.  So I'll leave the filling to your imagination.

BINGO across is Buttons, Add Dimension and Pattern Paper

And the second BINGO is Buttons, Tag & Stitching....

I made them following a tutorial (loosely) on Splitcoast Stampers.  I made the toppers big enough so that it appeared the cone part was part of their bodies.  I am so proud of these - I made them over a month ago and it's been killing me not to share them with you.  I am soooo happy I can show them to you now.  I hope you love these little guys as much as I do.


Images: Christmas Toppers, A Touch of Christmas Sentiments
Card stock: Neenah Classic Crest, Creamy Caramel, Handsome Hunter
Paper: Unk
Copics: B000, B23, BV02, BV04, C8, C10, E33, E34, E37, E53, R00, R27, R29, YG63, YG67, YR16, YR68
Tools: Snowflake border punch, Dots border punch (Martha Stewart), white gel pen, Coluzzle circle template, tag punch, label punch
Embellishments: buttons

Now head on over to Digital Delights to see the rest of the team's inspiring projects!

6 Encouraging Thoughts:

NancyD said...

Melissa, I just love your creation this week. Simple amazing! NancyD

Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [17 Nov 02:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Chrissy said...

Super gorgeous your colouring and wonderful, fun designs.


Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

WOW these are both just fab hun, I think I'd haver to have marshmellows in mine!
hugs shell xx

Wendy Hall said...

Wow Melissa, this is amazing!
Wendy (aka Louby Loo)

Theresa said...

Okay - this is even totally cuter!! (Is that a word??) How adorable are these? Roasted chestnuts would be good for these cones. Fabulous coloring kiddo!!

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