Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Midweek Papercraft Party (19)

Hello!  Welcome to the first papercraft party of 2014!  The design team has been busy with the theme of

Pink or Blue

and they've come up with a great selection to start off the new year.  Some of the digis they've used are so new they haven't made it to the website yet - that's because it's just one of those times at the moment that everything seems to be happening all at once and I'm caught in a bit of a whirlwind.  But I'll get there soon, I'm sure!

The winners of the last challenge are:

Martha and Teresa

Well done!  Please email to claim your prize - you get to pick three images from the Handmade Harbour store.

 Laura made a fabulous get well card.  This little guy is not feeling well, but still has a smile on his face so he's not feeling blue - that's for sure! She gave him some nice blue paper from Bo Bunny and a blue ribbon for this Challenge!

Valerie used Special Friends and confesses she started out looking for blues & pinks in her paper collection, then fell in love with one from My Mind's Eye - Notable, but completely forgot about the color challenge! Oops!  

Never mind Valerie - I can see blue in there, so that makes it fit, doesn't it? Your little story made me realise it's not only me that gets carried away on a design whim!

Connie at Times To Cherish made a beautiful and natural-themed wintry page - gorgeous, isn't it?  That little girl in the wind is one of the soon-to-be-released images.

Mary  used another new image - and these hearts within a heart look great in pink.  A lovely Valentine's image if anyone is thinking about making Valentine's cards now.

Anita Mistry made a journal page and the wording she used is perfect for this image (another new addition, due to join the website very soon).

If you are feeling the winter blues, cheer yourself up with a blue or pink themed papercrafting!  I think it's the perfect antidote!  If you'd like to share your papercrafting with us, we'd love to visit and maybe leave a comment for you.  If you'd like to join in with this challenge....

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