It's time for another challenge over at Crafty Cardmakers. Challenge #79 is being hosted by BettyC and she would like to see MORE THAN ONE PUNCH OR DIECUT.
You can have a combination such as 1 punch and 1 diecut as that equals two, or two punches, or two diecuts. You can use more if you wish as long as there is at least two in combination or two of either on your creation.
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Ages ago I bought a necklace from Primark which had a load of lovely keys on it - I knew I would use it for something one day - and today was the day ....
I'm doing a couple of school fairs in the next couple of weeks so with kiddies in mind, I've made a "Magic Santa Key" (if your house doesn't have a chimney, Santa can use the key to creep into your house to deliver your pressies!)
First I die cut a Tim Holtz label then stamped the Kanban Santa and house stamps with black Archival. The sentiment on the front is computer generated, which I punched out with an oval punch and mounted onto a circle punch of red miri. I then mounted this onto some red SU card which I'd silver embossed with little snowflakes.
|Back of the tag|
The back of the label is made with some christmas DP, the stamped sentiment is from American Crafts, which I again punched out.
I then laminated the whole thing to make it waterproof.
I used my Crop-a-dile to punch a hole top and bottom and then I attached the key and a little bell with some sparkly string and Christmas ribbon.
I'd like to enter my little Christmas hanging into the following challenges ...
Christmas Stampin' All Year Long - Anything Goes
Out of a Hat Challenge - Locks and Keys
Pretty Little Ribbon Shop - Diecuts/Punches, Ribbon and Charms
Stampotique Designers Challenge- SDC73 Hanging Decoration
Sorry if I haven't been round to visit you all as much as usual the last couple of weeks, I'm trying to focus on getting my stock ready for the fairs - I've got stuff piled up everywhere, my problem is I keep jumping from job to job - everything is only half done! Oh well, no doubt it'll be alright on the night!
Thanks for coming to visit, hope you can join in with us over at Crafty Cardmakers.
See you all soon,