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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

# 100 - Winged Things!

Welcome to our 100th Challenge! Our theme for you this time around is Winged Things.

Firstly I would like to thank Josephine for popping the post up for me yesterday as my PC upped and died early in the morning. I am currently on a borrowed laptop, so thought I would pop in and tidy things up a bit. The linky will be appearing at the bottom of the post and I have added the ones that you have put into the comments section. Sorry for the confusion.

For this challenge we want to see Winged Things; Something with wings as a major focal point. Not a tiny butterly charm, or a small bee in the corner of an image, the wings need to be obviously part of the focal point. Fairies, angels, LARGE butterflies, birds etc. would qualify. Please check out the team for inspiration.

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We are sponsored by
CRAFTS AND ME
with three digis of the winner's choice from their great range


AND ALSO BY
With a prize of £12.00 to spend at your favourite Woodware Stockist, either in store or on line.
 
Woodware are a Yorkshire based family owned business, as well as distributing Dreamweaver Stencils and Stampendous Stamps we have a wonderful range of stamps designed for us by Francoise Read and Jane Gill. We also scour the world for new and innovative products for the crafty card maker, and have a great range of punches and tools of the trade, to find stockists in your area or to see the range visit the websitewww.woodware.co.uk.

Our design team are playing along with the challenge so check out our blog, which is there for inspiration at www.woodware.co.uk/blog.

Here is how the team interpreted the challenge:-

Viv
 
I used this gorgeous 'Celtic Angel' image from one of our sponsors this week,coloured with promarkers, and opted to make a one layer card 

Sharon
 
I've die-cut my base card, used a Crafts Too embossing folder and inked over with Distress Ink. I've used stickles glitter to highlight the embossed design, a die-cut sentiment and butterflies.

Betty CH

I've made a shadow box's card and used the image from Magnolia Tilda, added some butterflies and bird to decorated the surface of the box.

Josephine

I've used a gorgeous Sara Burrier image available as a digi stamp from Crafts and Me, added the wording in Photoshop Elements, and coloured with Promarkers. I made the background using holographic embossing powder and Distress Inks, and used a Cuttlebug embossing folder for the music.

Yvonne

I used Graphics 45 papers to make this card, with a colourful  French hen on my focal topper.

 
The image I have used is Sweater Socks by Saturated Canary with Memory box and
Spellbinders dies and some flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts.

Cindy
 
I decided to do something a little different - here is my  button fairy, made with wired buttons from my stash, a vintage image and wings from the Tim Holtz Fanciful Flight die.

Suze
 
As soon as I saw this Woodware stamp I thought it would make a great baby card.  I've paper pieced the body of the owl then added some more colour with Promarkers.  The sentiment is also Woodware.  A very simple CAS card.

Fiona
For my card I have used a Whiff of Joy (Elisabeth Bell) stamp called "Melinda with Bouquet" which I have coloured with my ProMarkers. My papers are from Creata and my lace, doily, flowers and pearls are from my stash. 

Kimx
I have used a fabulous little Stampendous bird, available from out sponsors Woodware, for my card and background papers from my stash 

Marie
 
A sweet looking little Magnolia Tilda angel is used for this Christmas card of mine. Designer papers are a mix of papers from two Raspberry Road kits and Carta Bella I think. Miss Tilda is coloured with distress inks. Snowflakes are made with a Whimsy stamp die and the lovely ivy die is from Joanna Sheen.

Jackie
 
This card came about when I needed a "quick win" and utilised quite a lot of things I had already got in my stash box (backing mat, butterflies and sentiment)

Carole
I have used 'Whooo Loves Ya Baby' digi stamp from Scrapping Memories for my card, coloured with Promarkers!  

Feebsy
I've created a wall hanging using Distress Inks and Sheena Douglass' "Flying Colours" set from her "A Little Bit Scenic" range 

Tracey
 

I have used an image by CTMH which was stamped with Momento Black ink, then coloured with Copic markers. After matting my image on HOTP patterned paper, I added some glitter on the edge. The flittered poinsettia is from Michael's and the stick pins were handmade by me. 
 

 
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LIN W

6 comments:

  1. Fabulous inspiration from the DT xx

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  2. Thank you for a great challenge and congrats to the DT for their awesome inspirations :) Hugs Mimi xx

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  3. Lovely work by the DT. Mine's not a butterfly or fairy but it does have wings. xxD

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  4. Lovely inspiration from the DT and a great challenge theme too. Elizabeth xx

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  5. Fab challenge - really challenges you to use something different! Great DT inspiration too!

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