Monday, November 30, 2009

ROP Challenge - Christmas Gift, Part 1

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Yay - it's the First day of December, which means
the first day of Summer here and Australia and it
also means the 'official' countdown to Christmas
can begin. My Christmas tree will go up today and
the Christmas lights decorating the outside of our
house will be turned on tonight.
It also means the mad rush of organising
presents for all the family and friends.
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But it doesn't have to be a night-mare, in fact you
can make it quite fun. Everyone loves to receive
presents and a hand-made gift is just so much more
personal and special. Why not join us at
Roses On Paper and be inspired by some of the
hand-made Christmas gifts created by our awesome
design team.
This fortnights challenge is hosted by myself and I'm
wanting to see what our Roses On Paper followers
can create to put under the tree this Christmas.
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For my first gift,
(not sure who's going to get it cause I love it so much lol!!!!!)
I've altered a store bought diary and notebook.
Isn't that a bit brighter than a plain old black one!!!
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You don't want to miss out on this challenge,
not only will you be creating a personalised
hand-made gift to give to someone special,
but by entering our challenge you'll have the
oportunity to collect a Christmas gift for
yourself. Once again, the very generous
Summer, is giving away some awesome
stamps to the winner of this challenge.
To be eligible make sure you use the correct stamps,
Magnolia, Belles 'n Whistles, Bildmarna or Greeting Farm.
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Ingredients:
Magnolia Stamps
Store Bought Diary and Notebook
Kaiser Craft Design Paper
Cardstock
Glitter
Chalk (Magnolia Cheeks)
White Marker Pen
Ribbon
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~ Peta ~

2 comments:

Juls said...

so gorgeous!! Love the ribbons down the spine! and all the gorgeous butterflies! such a fab make!

Cherell said...

I make notebooks using Magnolia Stamps all the time. Where did you find the notebook to alter? I am having such a hard time finding cheap but good quality notebooks. Please let me know.

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