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Wednesday 4 March 2015

Girly Girls - Crafting For All Seasons Challenge #97

Hi everyone,
Here we are again, with a new challenge, with Crafting For all Seasons.
I hope you joined in with our last challenge, Dies and/or Punches.
Well done to the winner.
It could be you this time, if you would like to play along.
An easy theme for you......Girly Girl.
A great prize again and the challenge is for 2 weeks.
So you have plenty of time to enter.
I have chosen to use my own image for this challenge.
She is a, My Besties Digi, called Teen With Curly Hair.
She is so pretty and fits the theme perfectly.
I coloured her with Distress inks.
The papers were an assortment of, stash, CD and LOTV Nit Wit papers.
The sentiment die is from Memory Box.
The handbag is from Art Cuts, covered with a scrap of paper.
I added Stickles to her ribbon and her dress.
Our Sponsor for this challenge is Scrapper's Delights.
The are very generously giving the lucky winner,
3 Digi images of your choice.
Pop over here, to visit their well stocked shop.
Our brilliant, talented design team, have made some beautiful girly cards,
to inspire and amaze you.
So then you can get into your crafting zone and
add your design to the challenge. Good luck!
Before I go, I must update you on a couple of things.
Firstly, I have received my money back, for the EBosser that I returned to
Create and Craft. Reading comments on sites, many people have
had the same problem.
Similar problems with the updated version too, it seems.
This is the clock my Granddaughter made. It was for her
homework at half term.
She had to make something with a Victorian theme.
She chose all the elements and I helped with the board cutting and
putting in the clock mechanism.
She did all the painting and sticking together!
She was awarded the Head Teachers award, which she received in Assembly.
The Head Teacher also advised the full Assembly,
that they should make time to go and view the clock!!
She had a lot of visitors!!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you like what you have seen.
I am looking forward to seeing your entries into our challenge
and reading your lovely comments, that you take the time to leave me.
Carol xx


Pop's Cards said...

I love your creation today, gorgeous work sweetie, hugs Pops x

Marie-Louise said...

Fantastic card Carol. So many people have trouble with the ebosser. I have a friend whose ebosser has been back a number of times to be fixed. Touch wood mine is still working.

Carole said...

Fabulous card that hair! and your Granddaughters clock? WOW amazing.....talent oozing there. You must be very proud of her.x

Louise said...

Beautiful card and love you Granddaughters clock too,very talented.
Louise xx

Sarah said...

LOVE your candy coloured card CArol, such a pretty image and beautifully done. Your Granddaughter's clock is amazing and I'm not surprised she won an award for it, that little tableau is gorgeous xx

Chrissy said...

Very pretty card Carol..I love the image and colours with the sparkle and love all the details and that gorgeous frame die.The clock is fantastic..what a clever girl..


Jacee said...

A really lovely card Carol, a super design, sweet image and you've coloured it perfectly!
Hugs Jacee
Simply Paper Card Design

Carol said...

She's a cutie Carol and you've showcased her so prettily. Love your GD's clock too..well done to her. Carol x

debby4000 said...

Fabulous card and what an gorgeous clock.

Diane said...

Good Afternoon Carol, what a fabulous card design, love all the embellishments and layers. Wow, very impressed with the clock your granddaughter made. Congratulations to her for receiving the Head Teachers Award.

Hugs diane

Elise said...

HI Carol! OoOH your card is simply GORGEOUS!!! I even love that little handbag at the bottom .. hehehehe! You are too clever!!!

Now you Granddaughter .. omgosh!!!!!!!!!!!! She really does take after you and she's BRILLIANT with her clock!!! Wowwwwwwww! I am so impressed and she did an AMAZING job!!!!!!! Congratulations to her on her award! Very well deserved!!!

Big Hugs,