Saturday, December 19, 2009

Magnolia Down Under Challenge #29

Hello gorgeous gals,
I Want to share with you the latest
Magnolia Down Under Challenge
and scrummynummy prizes for this
double-fortnights happenings.
Yes, double fortnight, lol.
Our challenge this time around is to unlock
the hidden potential in a collection image,
in other words, we want to see you take a stamp
that seems event-specific and use it another way.
Here are some examples,
although neither of these is my DT card,
they are older cards, just examples.
But first, the prize!!!

Now the old examples made by yours truly:

There will be runner-up prizes too,
you need to scoot on over to
Magnolia Down Under,
take a gander
and see what the amazing Design Team
has come up with to inspire you.
There will be a creation by me soon,
I do have something to blog but I am having trouble
getting on my computer lately,
due to time constraints and a back ache.
I need a backiotomy, hahaha.
I hope everyone is well and getting a sliver
of crafty time in at this hectic time of year.
I have a BIG project going on,
I can't wait to share it with you all :)

Seasons Greetings, Blogger Buddies,


Anonymous said...

These are both lovely cards, and I can't wait to see your big project! I hope you're feeling better soon.

Michele Roos said...

Such pretty cards Stephanne. Love the images you've used and the colours also. Hugs Michele x

Stampin'Piper said...

Great samples Stephanne! Love both cards!

Big Hugs Tanja

Debbie Pamment said...

Oh my word - these are FABULOUS as always - I LOVE the cute Devil Tilda and her Santa list - hope she wasn't tooo bad - LOL

Sue said...

Both cards are beautiful. Love that little devil making out her list!!! I know a few of these. The butterfly Tilda for Halloween, very creative. Are you channeling me? My back has been bothering me for three days now, have been living on Aleve! Hope you're feeling better for the holidays.

6 wacky women said...

Gorgeous cards, Stephanne
Adorable images, love your designs and details.

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year!!

Karen x