Thursday, 20 October 2011

*H* Thirsty Thursday


Another Thursday crawls around and a slightly chillier one at that! Not to worry, simply take inspiration from our next challenge, make a cup of tea and head to your crafting zone for some creativity! Week 8 now and we are taking inspiration from the letter H prompts below to make a layout, card or another crafty project. So here we go...

H is for HEARTS - Be they heart patterned papers or embellishments, maybe a stamp or some heart shaped brads - time to get hearts on our cards and layouts this week. You could even incorporate them into your title.

H is for HOME - Home made, moving home, home grown or combined with our first prompt "Home is where the heart is" - feature the word HOME or make HOME the subject of your next project.

H is for HAPPY - Happy Birthday, Happy Christmas, Happy to have you in my life... how will you include a little sprinkle of HAPPY on your next project? Is it too early to make that first Happy Christmas card? we think not!

H is for HANDSEWING - Feature a little stitching on your next project, dig out the needles and colourful threads and add a little texture to your projects.

H is for HOLIDAY - Summer holiday photos still waiting to be scrapped? Or maybe you are looking forward to the Half Term holidays next week? Or once again maybe looking to the next big seasonal holiday and creating a little handmade something for the home. Whatever you choose as your holiday inspiration please do share your creations with us here on the blog.

Remember as always you can jump in and out of these weekly challenges as you like. There are no deadlines, but you can win a little something from us by simply sharing your creations using the link tool at the end of this post.

Before you head off to play we just want to share as always a couple of inspiring projects from our design team, this week from Dawn and Jane.
Dawn shares this lovely page which ticks several H boxes - Hearts, Happy and Holiday


Jane shares a printers tray for the HOME prompt


and a cute feline page featuring some handsewing.


See you again next week for another challenge, in the meantime....Happy Crafting!

1 comment:

  1. How appropriate - a Happy Halloween Holiday page Here
    Ha Ha :D

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