Friday, 30 November 2012

Tissue Tissue, I got conned!

Good morning everyone hope you are all well. Can't say I'm enjoying the frost much, it causes havoc at my household. As we all have a car it's like a millitary operation planning who's going to be off to work first in the mornings so which car needs to be last on the drive. Anyone remember the sitcom Butterflies with Wendy Craig when all the family used to drive out one at a time then back in again, well that's us lol only when it's frosty and no-one else is up,and you aint planned, you're on your own scraping four cars off and moving them one at a time, before you can go anywhere!
 
Well I had a fab afternoon last Saturday afternoon  over at LOTV. They had another fun day launching their new stamps and had lots going on. I booked in with Bev Rochester for a class with distress inks and thoroughly enjoyed it
 (daughter buying me the distress inks for crimbo.... can't wait!)
There were some lovely ladies that I met and didn't realize I was actually following one of them till I was reading her post,  so Hello Suzie.
 
Well here we are on another Friday and that means another challenge over at Totally Papercrafts and this week it's the turn of the lovely Cathy to host and her chosen theme for the week is
 
'Anything Chrismasy but a Card'
 
This weeks fab sponsor is
 
 
 
The prize will be two stamps of the winners choice
How fab is that!
 
Oh no me thinks, I only do cards..... So I had to put on mi thinking cap
and here's what I came up with.
 


 
A wee tissue box. When my daughter saw it she said
'Oh Mum, we have to have a present at work for the patients on Christmas Day and these would be perfect, will you make some for me to give out'
Ok said me stupidly, how many do you want hun,
Oh.... mmmm 30, ok, thanks!!!!
 
OMG, do I let myself in for it or what.
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So at the moment it's like a factory, but my youngest is helping and to be fair they really are easy, just fiddly when you decorate them. So I may put a pic on when I have them all finished!
If anyone wants the measurements just let me know and I'll pop a pic on.
Don't they make darling little pressies.
 
Recipe
 
Base - white card
Papers - Nitwits, for LOTV,
Stamp - Sugar Nellie, which I won from Cathy (thank you, love it) coloured with copics and glittered with lots of sparkly glamour dust.
Holly die - Marianne
Whiff of Joy - Heart Banner
Magnolia - fence die
Pearl hearts - My Crafty Heart
Sentiment - LOTV
 
Challenges
 
 
Enjoy your day whatever you're doing.
Hugs Sue X
 
 



26 comments:

  1. Oh this is adorable Sue! I'd love the measurements for it. How nice to make them for the patients, I use to have to get the gifts for my patients one the ward and it was a night mare but these would have been lovely. Hugs Susan x

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  2. Morning sweetie this is gorgeous, have a lovely weekend hugs Pops x x x

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  3. hiya your tissue box is gorgeous and how lovely of you to do another 30.....crickey but what a wonderful thing to do for the patients....theyd certainly cheer up thats for sure....great idea...hugs sassyxxxx

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  4. Oh Sue, you do make me chuckle! I used to love Butterflies.

    Beautiful tissue box creation, love it. I'd love it if you could let us know the dimensions.

    Hope you have a great weekend.
    Hugs
    caz x

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  5. I can't wait to get to a LOTV open day, one day. I'm the same, I make cards anything else gets me worried, but they're fab. And, I'm sure all of your hard work will be appreciated on Christmas day.
    Hugs,
    Becky x

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  6. Such a cute box and image Sue. Enjoy your project.
    Hugs
    Laine
    X

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  7. This is wonderful Sue. I love the cute image and my favourite Christmas papers this year I think.
    Sounds like you will very busy but I am cetain it will be worth it.

    hugs Sue

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  8. This is a wonderful project! OMG, you do you have yourself in for quite a project, don't you? lol. What a good mom you are!

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  9. This is gorgeous Sue and looks fun to make. erm not 30 though. Lol!!!

    Hugs
    Cathy
    xxxxx

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  10. Gosh such a gorgeous tissue box! Lucky patients and bless your patience!! Nicola x

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  11. Fabulous project Sue, i just love it, very clever,kate x

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  12. This is absolutely gorgeous although I reckon you will be fed up of them after making 30!

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  13. this looks fantastic Sue, great idea - not sure I'd want to make 30 though....lol!
    Kim x

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  14. oh wow this is beautiful sue.i love the adorable image and your design is stunning :D

    xx coops xx

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  15. OMGosh, this is adorable, but I cannot imagine having to make so many! LOL! Good for you! :^) Love the image, die cuts, sparkle, papers, & bling! Good luck with the production line! :^)
    Hugs, Penny

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  16. This is gorgeous. Not sure I'd want to make 30 though.... good luck with that!

    Susan xx

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  17. Oh the patients will just love them! How creative and love how you've done this one all up in blue.

    Shelby

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  18. Beautifully crafted. Great design and attention to detail. Thanks for sharing your talent with us at Tammys Scrapin Corner. Good luck. Hugs Desíre {Tammys Scrapin Corner DT Member} {Doing Life - my personal blog}

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  19. A great card Sue! Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions challenges this week, good luck in the draw!!

    hugs Vicky xxx

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  20. This is sooo nicely done....and are you serious ..30??? wohooo...all the best for that...waiting eagerly for the pics...thanks for joining us at Tuesday Alchemy Anything Goes :)

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  21. what a fabulous idea .. and i love the frosty colours
    Thanks for joining us at LCI this fortnight
    Lisa x

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  22. Very nice card - loveley motiv. Thanks for joining Stamp with Fun.
    Big hug
    Andrea-Emmi41

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  23. wow this is just lovely. wow... Thanks so much for playing at Inky Impressions xx

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  24. oh this is adorable, no wonder your daughter wants so many. lol i would love the measurments or a tutorial but i'm guessing you won't have time for that now LOL
    thank you for joining us at fussy and fancy challenge. I really must try one of these for my dear old mum.

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  25. Oh it's fantastic project. The snowman is so adorable. Thank you for joining us to Fussy & Fancy challenges.
    Hugs!
    Nathalie

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