November 19, 2010

Friday's 22nd challenge

Welcome to Friday, and our very last challenge with our departing design team. We want to thank Steph, Catherine, Christy and Suzy for all of their hard work on behalf of Papercraft Star over the past 6 months. We have been so blessed to have them with us on our team ! Their talents are many, and we will miss them. HOWEVER - do not be surprised when one of them shows up here as a guest designer from time to time ! We cannot let go of them that easily !

Reminder that our Thanksgiving blog hop begins this Sunday, be sure to return for that !! Our new team members will be participating (as well as some of our old ones), and they will be showcasing their talents beginning with Challenge 23, opening Wednesday, 12/1/10. We will be changing up our format slightly at that time, with more more more for you !!

And now on to today's post !!

This week's prize is a tag and card set from Sweet Liberty Farmhouse !! Wouldn't this be a wonderful gift this holiday season - if you could part with it yourself !!

Sweet Liberty Farmhouse features a delightful collection of primitive cottage decor, recycled and upcycled altered art. They also feature extra grubby, super grungy prim tags, cards, journals and pillows. Their "Christmas at the Farm" collection includes unique ornaments made from flea market and garage sale finds, and for your Holiday stationery needs, they have a special section of Primitive Cards and Tags. Sweet Liberty Farmhouse also has lots of one of a kind decor items for your rustic, country, shabby, or vintage style home and gifts for all the vintage and prim lovers on your list! All handmade in owner Kath's rural Ohio home!

Make a Holiday Card or Tag that features a Christmas Tree or Ornament

Use the Cricut or Other Die Cut on your project
Add Ribbon
Add Handmade Embellishment
Add Bling
(use anything additional you desire)


Suzy created this little tag for this week's challenge. Using cardstock die cuts from a S.E.I. holiday collection with a little bit of sparkle, sheer ribbon and homemade file folder tab - she has a personal touch to add to present.

Steph D. created this vintagey Christmas tag using corrugated chipboard recycled from a postage box. She used paints and stains, dry embossing, and Stickles to create texture. She also added some yummy embellies including a gold reindeer and a snowflake button, a pretty poinsettia, and a handmade crepe paper flower with a vintage coconut button center.

You have until Saturday noon (tomorrow!) to link up your submissions, and then voting begins.
Don't forget our Turkey blog hop starting this Sunday !!


Jolanda said...

What a great challenge, I love our examples.
Just made some last week, you´ll find them at:
(including a tutorial how to make TH fragments using shrinkfoil)

Lilacanglia said...

you can see my entry on my blog
here -
sorry cant remember how to link having a dumb moment today
Angie xx

Georgia Ehrmann said...

your tag is awesome!