Saturday, April 8, 2017

Creative Artiste's Challenge 25


Happy Friday to all our Crafty Friends, Followers and Visitors.
live with our 25th challenge...




Thank you to everyone who shared their fabulous projects with us for Challenge #24 last month.

We were delighted with the number of entries and amazing creations. It made choosing a winner and Top Three very difficult. 



The winner's post is below this one. Have a look to see if you were successful.


OUR SPONSOR THIS MONTH IS:

DecoArt

who are offering this fabulous bundle as the prize for our winner



Our theme this month is, as usual,


"Anything Mixed Media Goes" 



I decided to decorate a gift bag for my friends birthday.

Who doesn't love admiring the gift wrapping as well as the gift in side and its such a great way to up-cycle those paper bags as well use up scraps laying around on your desk.



These are the best pictures I could get.  Due flooding here in QLD we have have only had intermittent internet and phone as well as having our roads cut off.  Not that I am complaining as so many around us lost so much more.  The inconvenience of a the above cannot compare to what you see when I look around.



I did want to share more pics as well as some of the flooding but I will have to do that next time as I am battling get these ones uploaded.

Until next time happy crafting and I look forward to see your work.

Take Care



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6 comments:

  1. Great idea to alter this kraft bag: the colours are perfect for Spring and I love the textures!

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  2. Beautiful box. Lovely design Foina. Have a creative week. Judy

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  3. Lovely way to use up those bags Fiona! The colours on your project are gorgeous, Jane :) xx

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  4. Such a great idea looks great xx

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  5. A gorgeous looking bag Fiona. The textures, elements and colours all look fabulous xx

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  6. Great way to recycle paper bags Fi, I love all the amazing colours and layers you have created...

    Hugs Rhonda xxx

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