Hello everyone!! It´s me (Doris) inviting you to our new Challenge Quirky Charades, is it a book, Film or Song. Remember the party game? Just tell us which book, film or song your project is based on and thats it . Easy, don´t you think? Now, to see who won the last challenge click HERE or scroll down to the next post, and let me introduce you our Sponsors and Prizes.
Our Sponsor and Prizes
First Place will receive 6 images from Paper Pretties
Second Place will receive 3 images from Limited Runs
Third Place will receive 1 image from Robin´s Fetish
What do you prefer: a book, a film or a song? Let´s get play together!!
And for some inspiration, next you can find some great ideas from our Guest Designers and of course from our DT.
Little Drummer Boy ( song, and Drummer Boy is the name of the image from Paper Pretties as well), coloured with Graph It Markers, cut out and adhered to card using silicone glue, papers used for the bottom of the card gold metallic with gold embossed stars, Kanban patterned card stock, Aperture cut with oval Spellbinders Scalloped die, Added gold stars and sentiment.
In my house there are many movies and one of my favorites is "Fried Green Tomatoes" I recommend!! I used the stamp "Flower Mug" of Limited Runs.
My daughter loves the movie "Devil wears Prada" It´s a great movie!! And the stamp is from the sponsor Paper Pretties and is called "1960"
Unfortunately Christine is in hospital, but we hope to add her project later, and we all wish her a speedy recovery.
My first card is a song - Welcome Home by Peter's and Lee, and I have been singing it all afternoon. I used Welcome from Paper Pretties with a sentiment that is one of several with the image, and perfect for my song!
Monday - a little later than planned, but I wanted to get this right and it was very late when I finished it last night. This is about Pretty Woman, which is a film and a song, but I don't think it was ever a book. Wouldn't it be great if you can find something that covers all three! The image is from Limited Runs and is called Molly and you can find her on the Girls page of Limited Runs. Details are on my blog.
For my first project I used the lovely "Flutterby" provided by our sponsor Paper Pretties. This card is inspired in one of my favorites songs: Wind Beneath My Wings by Bette Midler.
This card represents the freedom of an eagle flying high up in the sky.
For my second project I got my inspiration from a pretty sad kids story "The Little Match Girl" by Hans Christian Andersen.
For this project I used "Sitting Pretty" digi provided by our sponsor Limited Runs.
Both projects were colored with a mix on Spectrum Noir pens and Prismacolor pencils.
Hi everyone! For my project I used this cute digi Stamp Winter Fairy, provided by our sponsor, Limited Runs Stamps. This card is inpired in one of my favorite story, A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens.
This beautiful girl remember me, the Ghosts of Christmases Past, I love this story, because I love Christmas. My project is colored with acuarelables pencils.
I'm here!! I'm out of the 'dog house!' Wednesday night....better late than never!
Here's my card. I've used this cute little Santa from Limited Runs. He was coloured on the compter, (with a tiny dash of Pastle blue Promarker added afterwards. I've printed him on to my own snowy paper, then fixed him over Pink Petticoat Snowflakes paper and some embossed silver card. The Sentiment diecuts are from Crafts Creations. I've added some Stickles Glitter to his hat and coat. I've also added an die-cut snowflake corner, white sparkly eye-lash wool and the tiny snowflakes he's holding were punched out from the waste of the sentiment diecuts. And my song?? "Let it Snow! Let It Snow! Let it Snow!" of course.
For my frist project I made a card using the Heavenly Angel from the Fairies and Angels set. It is provided by our sponsor Limited Runs . I inspired me by the the Angel song from Sarah McLachlan. I worked the image with Spectrum Noir Markers and I added some embellishments too. Here is the link, just in case: Angel.
IMPORTANT! Before you link you must:
Add a link to http://quirkycrafts.blogspot.co.uk ( to your entry post, if you do not do this you will have to go back and do it, it is quicker to do it first.
Linking will allow you to continue, and will record your entry, (in some cases it still goes into the moderation queue)!
Then press the button and link to your project post.
Please leave us a comment after you have linked your creation.
If you followed the Quirky Rules you will be considered for the the top three, you could win a prize and be guest designer too - good luck from the team. Please come back and check if you won within 14 days of the challenge close. Good luck
Have Fun - The Quirky Crafts Challenge Design Team.