Thursday, March 21, 2013

JAS DT - CHALLENGE #45 USE FELT

Thank you for joining me today. I am back with the Just A Scrappin' Design Team for another challenge.

This week's challenge: Use felt - Make a card, LO or project and use felt on it some where. Use the color orange on it.



You will notice the lack of felt on my project, which was part of the challenge. I have an issue where touching felt gives me the hebee jeebees. So, I tried to use cotton fabric on my project, but my dies would not cut through the fabric. So, I used the great old standard - paper!!!

Supplies
Hemp: Hemptique Hemp Cord
Cardstock: Blushing Bride, Peach Parfait, Pear Pizzazz
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento Ink
Patterned Paper: Happier by My Minds Eye
Other: Magnet Sheets from Walmart

My Creative Time Supplies
Stitched Chunky Jar Dies
Chunky Jar Accessories Set

I have to thank my design team sister, Kimberly for help in creating this week's project. I had a tough week in dealing with some family issues. I had this idea in my head to put this project together. Then, I thought of the suggestion of Kimberly from my last project. She had suggested for tags, attach a magnet to the back and make a magnet! So, that is what I did!! You are seeing my project straight from my refrigerator in my kitchen. I am going to make a few more of these to give to a few people that were really there for me in my time of crisis/need.

I hope you enjoyed my project. Please check out my design team sister's projects at Just A Scrappin' for some awesome inspiration!

5 comments:

  1. Hi Bridget glad to see your great work again.
    Very surpised to know that it was a magnet that you completed. Very original.

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  3. Nice to see you back! Wonderful take on the challenge-it's a cute magnet!

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  4. Great job and love the magnet, I would never think of that. TFS.

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  5. Love the cute little jar. Jars are all the rage in the stamping and scrapbooking world. I will have to try it out. Thank you for continuing to inspire us with your work.

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