Sunday, October 28, 2012

In the Pink with Eclectic Ellapu!

Hello all!
It's the Pink DT's turn again for a challenge over at Eclectic Ellapu and this time we're asking you to follow a recipe.  Obviously its a craft recipe and the ingredients are - 1 x image, 2 x patterned papers, 3 x  embellishment (all the same thing, eg 3 flowers, 3 brads).  Easy enough right? 

      I'd love for you to go over and check out the rest of DT's fabulous work here - there's some fabulous creations to see.  For mine, I decided to use some small wooden blocks that I had hanging around in my stash.  I painted them with some white acryclic paint and then sanded the edges.  Using 2 different Christmas papers, I covered the faces of the cubes - I then printed off my Christmas tree word banner image (one of my own digis from LilyPink Designs at CYDI - here ) and coloured it with Copics and finished each block with 3 identical gems.
 
      I must apologise for the poor quality of the photos but I am having some camera issues at present.  I do hope it isn't terminal as I love my Canon - it was a treat to myself some years ago and I really don't want to replace it just yet :(

 
I would like to put these in for the challenges at -
 
Thanks for stopping by :)

20 comments:

Asha said...

Great project, Dawn! I won't ask why you've got wooden blocks in your stash (*wink*) but you sure put them to good use! very cute papers too. Go Pinks!

hugs,
Asha

May said...

Fabulous project Dawn, Gorgeous papers & design.. Love it!!! Hugs May x x x

Ellapu said...

Fabulous creation as always hun. Pleased you are an Eclectic
Elaine aka Ellapu x

May said...

Back again... wonderful creation Dawn... Thank you so much for joining us at Fussy & Fancy...May x x

Ann Whitfield said...

What a fabulous project Dawn! Thank you for sharing it with us at Crafty Ann's
Ann x

NanaConnie said...

Oh, Dawn, I really love what you did with the recipe! I have some old blocks in my stash as well, and I just may have to CASE this idea. They'd make such a great decor item on the mantlepiece. I know just how you feel about your Canon. I used nothing but for many years and then had to finally replace it. I'm not as happy with the replacement but the budget at the time dictated something much below my precious Canon. Ah, well, saving up for another Canon soon. :-D

Linda Palmer said...

I love these beautiful blocks Dawn. Beautiful project and beautiful colors. Great job!

Patricia said...

I am a big fan of decorated blocks. These are so cute. I'm inspired to get mine out and fiddle with them. Thanks!

Laurian said...

I love these blocks Dawn. I love how you decorated them, great colours and just fabulous design!
Hugs

Laurian

Sandra said...

Very unique project Dawn, and you've designed them beautifully. I picture these sitting up on a fire place mantel. I also love they way you have photographed them too!
:)s

Penny said...

OMG, Dawn, I love this Xmas decoration! Great use of your recipe, and just so cute!
BTW, did you happen to accidentally change a setting on your Canon? That happened to me once and all the photos were horrid until I realized what I had done! LOL! :^)
Hugs, Penny

Tracy said...

I see a set of these blocks somewhere every year at Christmas and say I'm going to make some. I love the distressed look on the edges. So cute Dawn! Hugs and stay safe! Hugs!

Tress said...

Very creative! And a lovely addition to your holiday decorations!

Andria said...

Fantastic take on the recipe, love the blocks such a great christmas decoration.

Sandra van Blaricum said...

What a wondefull decoration Dawn!!
I love it :)
and thanks for your lovely comments on my blog, I do appreciate it!
Hugs,Sandra

Berni Cuttino said...

Beautiful creation for the holiday. Incredible. Thanks for visiting and leaving the sweet luv.
Hugs
Berni
berni46blogspot.

Shelby said...

These blocks turned out wonderfully and so creative! Fingers crossed for your camera

Shelby

Zw@@n said...

These are so cute! Love them. Thank you for joining us at ABC Christmas Challenge. Love, Wilma

Teresa Arsenault said...

These are sweet, Dawn. How creative. Thanks for leaving some sugar on my blog.
Blessing hugs,
Teresa

nwilliams6 said...

Wonderful colors and design on this. I love the papers. Hope your resolve your camera issues. I know I am going to have to get a new one soon too and don't want to. How great you had blocks in your stash!