Wednesday, October 3, 2012

MasterCrafter Challenge...

Hi there blogger friends and followers.  Today I am sharing the project I made to enter into Sarah Hamer Designs MasterCrafter Challenge.  I was one of the lucky 100 to get in on the free package of craft goodies from Sarah aka the Pink Cricut. The link up for this challenge starts tomorrow as does the voting and it lasts for only one week, so if you like my project please go to Sarah blog at www.pinkcricut.com and vote for me so I can win one of the prizes. I bet your are wondering what came in the box, right???  There was a mouse cutter, which cuts ribbon really well. It had a 4x6 DCWV Rockstar paper stack, several lime green rhinestones,  2 buttons,  a cloth bag and a small "forever" sentiment stamp from Pink Cricut stamps.  I used my Flower Shoppe Cricut cartridge to cut all the flowers. I attached the flowers I made from the DCWV paper to the provided cloth bag and to a store bought barrette clip that I purchased at my local craft store for $1. I attached the buttons provided to the flowers on the bag and then attached some of the rhinestones to the buttons.  I used the forever sentiment stamp on a tag along with another stamp. I used Tim Holtz distress ink in broken china and tea dye to color the bag and edges of the tag and flowers. The rest of the items to make this project came from my stash.  So without further ado here are the pictures of my project.


  
 I am very pleased with how the project turned out, it has a nice vintage look and I think it makes a great gift set. I will be including this in my granddaughters Christmas clothes package. She has very long thick blonde hair that she loves to where in a ponytail so I think this barrette will look very pretty in her hair. Now I just have to find an outfit that it will go with.  This should not be to hard as she loves the colors that are in this paper.  
I hope you have enjoyed your time here at my little corner of the web. Thanks for stopping by. Please leave a comment so I know you stopped by.
God Bless,
Vickie    


6 comments:

  1. This is so pretty, I love the flowers!
    www.pinkglitterstudio.blogspot.com

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  2. The bag turned out so pretty- and so did the hair barrette!

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  3. You should be very pleased...this is remarkable! Great job and love that barrette!
    :O)
    Jessica S

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  4. Thanks for participating in the Master Crafter Challenge! A link to your project will be in the State Line Bag photo album on Facebook.
    Master Crafter Projects

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