Thursday, June 10, 2010

Sew Many Challenges - Christmas Project



Sew Many Cards is proud to present





June 11 - 17

Theme: Anything But a Card Christmas Project





Simon Says is a monthly sponsor of Sew Many Cards this month.


Thank you, Simon Says, for generously donating a $10 gift certificate for this month's Sponsor Prize Package.





The Cutting Cafe is this week's Challenge Sponsor.


Regina Easter is the owner of The Cutting Cafe. She has generously donated a Prize Package of Any 3 sets of winners choice. Thank you, Regina!



For my Anything But a Card Christmas project, I decided to make a Christmas ornament.



Sew Many Cards Fawn Holiday Fishes




The disc portion of the ornament features a repeat of the image on both sides so it can be viewed from both sides.

For embellishments I used actual fishing items: clear fishing line, a fish swivel, a variety of fishing weights, a fish hook, and a bright red and white bobber.


I also had the pleasure of creating some cards with some Cutting Cafe images. (Thank you, Regina, for your generosity!)



The Cutting Cafe Assorted Bug Circle Words

This set has a wide variety of sentiments, all in circular form. I had a difficult time choosing just one to use on my card.



The Cutting Cafe Cute Critters



This set features a variety of images (gobs and gobs of them) - both critters and sentiments. I chose a bold sentiment to use and created the bee with a variety of paper punches.



Won't you join us in this week's Sew Many Challenges? I'd love to see your Christmas projects. And you just might win that incredible prize package from The Cutting Edge.


Hurry! You don't want to be late!!! (Christmas is coming!)




Sew Many Cards Christmas Ornament
Image: Sew Many Cards Fawn Holiday Fishes
Ink: Copic markers (Cadmium Red, Cool Grey #7, Forest Green, Lipstick Red, and Pale Aqua) and Copic Spica pens (Baby Blue and Turquoise)
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! (Glorious Green and Real Red)
Embellishments: fishing items

The Cutting Cafe Thank You Card
Sentiment: Assorted Bug Circle Words
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! (Black, Bordering Blue, and Pale Plum)
Designer Paper: Paper Pizzsaz Bugs and Screen
Embellishments: Stampin' UP! Magic Mesh (Black) and two drangonfly brads

The Cutting Cafe Bee Card
Sentiment: The Cutting Cafe Cute Critters
Ink: Copic Spica pen (Clear)
Cardstock: Stampin' UP! (Black, Summer Sun, and White)
Designer Paper: Vellum
Special Feature: Quickutz Dots Embossing Folder
Embellishments: Sugar and Spice ribbon

10 comments:

BlueInks said...

That bee card is just too cute! Okay, my heart raced a little faster when I read Christmas card...in thinking it is just around the corner!

April said...

Wowzers- love the ornament!! How fun is that!!!

sgc said...

Oh Jeanette--your ornament is so cute!!!!! You rocked this challenge:)

karen In Houston said...

Fantastic job on this challenge, super job...

MiamiKel said...

Holy shrimp! It's a smorgasboard of goodness on your blog today! WOWzers, look at that ornament - precious! And the bee card is just toooooo tooooo cute! And i had to cover my eyes for the bug card ::: shivers ::: LOL, cute as it is, rofl! Well done!

Cheri said...

What a neat idea using "reel" fishing items. LOL

Love the bug cards/sentiments too.

Melina said...

The ornament is adorable!
The buggy card is darling! (is that magic mesh?)
The Bee card....WOWZERS! :O I love punch art and this is Wonderful :)

Rose said...

Wow! You have been busy! I love your ornament and your cards, fabulous work!

Rose

djones said...

Oh J - your Christmas ornament is wonderful!! How creative! And just which Christmas tree will this be hanging on?

Love your bug cards!!!

Deanette said...

Wow you've been super busy! All of them are great, nice work!

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