Friday, December 9, 2011

"FOR THE LOVE OF CRAFTING"CHALLENGE#2

Hi all,
the challenge is up on "For the love crafting" blog.The theme is for this month is,

Home decor/gifts projects for Christmas/new year

We have some amazing GDT samples,and a yummy prize package sponsored by imaginationsonline.com,do check out the details HERE.

For my project,i have made a desktop calendar.This week is really hectic for me,i have gone for a short trip and after coming back caught with sever cold n throat infections.It was so irritating,that i couldn't concentrate on anything.I finished this only yesterday evening,though i have decided the project long back,i couldn't execute it well due to my cold:((I am not much happy with the color combination,it looks very dull.Somehow i have managed it with lot of glitter n white to make it little brighter.
Lesson learnt-even though the last minute work works out well most of the time,it may go wrong sometime with unexpected things,better to finish up things pretty early:).

Ok,here is my well- managed project,lol.I think tilda made things little better:).




Supplies used:
Papers:Some unknow company(lolz),prima and echo park
Dies:Spellbinders beaded oval,doo hickey swirls
Embellishments:Echo park stickers,prima flowers,stickles,rhine stones.





Happy crafting,

6 comments:

megha said...

lovely calender
megha
http://www.meghanuj01.blogspot.com/

Hussena said...

hey if you can create something this beautiful when you are ill...god help us when you start creating things in pink of health:):)....really loved your calender beautiful color combo and the way you have used the tilda is just superb!!

Hussena said...

hey if you can create something this beautiful when you are ill...god help us when you start creating things in pink of health:):)....really loved your calender beautiful color combo and the way you have used the tilda is just superb!!

chillin with Quillin said...

I think it turned out very well, love it!!!!
Paula

Merlyn said...

Beautiful:)

E.T. said...

this is stunning Kavi!