Handmade Holidays Drawing Winner!!December 7, 2011 11:23 am Christmas, Contests, Crafts, Holidays, Seasons
Congratulations to Catherine D. from Mexico, ME who was selected as our Handmade Holidays Drawing Winner! Catherine will receive a $100 shopping spree to CreateForLess.
Check out Catherine’s entry below:
“Here are a couple of cards I made from an idea I got from a card magazine. I cut out the cat and dogs from my Cricut machine and embellished it from my buttons and ribbon. I just cut out squares and triangles to make it look like they are in a package.”
“Christmas or Advent calendar. 24 little pouches. I printed number or word ( 1, two, 3, four etc.) to each pouch. There is a ribbon loop to hang it too.”
Submitted by Katja M. from Brooklyn, NY
“This is Jack wearing a Santa Claus hat. I made him out of cold porcelain. Cold porcelain is made with cornstarch, school glue, glycerin, baby oil, vinegar and Vaseline. Once heated up and dough is formed you can use food coloring or acrylic paint to give it color. I used acrylic. It forms this play dough texture like. You can make many things with it, and once it drys. It hardens just like porcelain.”
Submitted by Cindy L. from Van Nuys, CA
“Holiday gift for grandparents, silhouette keepsake of our daughter’s profile (traced directly to black ArtGrain and affixed to watercolor paper) with scrapbook paper butterflies cut and wings folded so they stick out from the page, as if in flight. Dated, with her name.”
Submitted by Casey M. from Columbus, OH
“Season’s Greeting Card – It’s a card with a tag stick on it.
Cut or die cut all the pieces needed. Spray with gold color shimmer. Use heat gun to dry them really fast. Emboss the brown background. Use corner punch to obtain the round corners. Paste them layer by layer. Punch a small hole for the ribbon to go through. Stick the pearls. It’s done!
Cardstocks, circle spellbinders die cuts, leaves Provo Craft die cut, gold shimmer, Cuttlebug embossing folder, Fiskars corner punch, Celebrate It Harvest ribbon, 1/8″ ribbon, golden pearls.”
Submitted by Roro L. from Flushing, NY