Friday, December 02, 2011

Christmas Cinema Crop at Bella Creations

Hello Friends!!
Each DT member will have a challenge and a game for you to play!
I designed this fun puzzle below for one of my games. So go ahead and push the play arrow and give it a try!  Just so you know, you will be timed :0).  
Here is the image not as a puzzle.
Feel Free to send this puzzle as a post card to your friends for Christmas.  I have it set up so you can do that!  Just click the puzzle below, and it should take you where you need to go.

Click to Mix and Solve
Once you have completed the puzzle, please head back to my group and let me know your time!!  Feel free to do it a couple times if you like :0)  
I created the puzzle using Gecko Galz and Graphic Fairy images.

My Challenge is an easy one for the Crop.  I have some scenes from the movie posted in my Group which you are to use as your inspiration to create something fun!
Here is an item that I created for Inspiration!
I will be sharing both of these projects that I created this week with Simon Says Stamp and Show Vintage (stars), Simon Says Stamp (anything goes) and The Shabby Tea Room (winter picnic).
(feel free to check out their challenges, you may be able to share what you create with them too).  I am also sharing this with the Faded Charms (White Wednesdays).  Many beautiful inspiration for you to see at all of these blogs!
Here it is.
I created this with an image from Gecko Galz.  I started out with a skate cut file from the Silhouette online store.  I embossed it with an embossing folder.  Then I wet embossed it with some Zing embossing powder. I added some MS glitter to the edges of skate.
Here is a close up of the embossing.  I added some silver glittery pipe cleaners to add some vintage charm!  I used one to look like the blade of the skate and the other to hold a snowflake in the skate.  I did cut two skates..glued the bottom section of the boot together and pop dots at the top..so it is a pocket.
I used some Christmas picks that I bought at Michaels, as well as a stick pin from a swap (Cathi O). I used liquid pearls in bisque to apply some polka dots to the woman's hat and sweater.
 I used a Stamp by prima and stazon jet black ink to stamp on the tag that fits inside the skate.  I inked all edges of the tag and the Skate with Ranger's vintage photo distress ink.  The tiny stars are some charms from Ranger too.  I used seed beads to create the buttons on the skate.
I hope this inspires you to create something fun today, and that you may stop by the Cinema Crop and play.
Enjoy your day!
Hugs!!
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14 comments:

  1. Very pretty!!! Thanks for all the detail on how you achieved the wow factor for your skate!!
    ava

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  2. OH MY GOSH--Major swooning going on here--I LOVE that ice skate!!! Your art is amazing!!! (I came over from Carol's!)
    XO
    Cindy

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  3. Lacee, wow, total gorgeousness! You have my address when the crop is over right? ahahha

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  4. gorgeous as always, Heather!

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  5. Hi Heather!! Oh my goodness!!! Your vintage/Victorian skate is absolutely beautiful! Everything about it just oozes such vintage grace and beauty! Thank you for sharing your work with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. <3 Candy

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  6. Gasp!!! Oh my this is absolutely gorgeous. I love that pretty skate and the lace background. Thanks so much for linking this up for our challenge this week in the Tea Room.

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  7. Heather, O love your gorgeous examples! That skate is to die for!!! Fun puzzle too!

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  8. your skate is ABSOLUTELY EXQUISITE!!!!!!!!!! Fab job, love everything about it...you DO have my addy, right? lol...just kidding!

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  9. A truly wonderful vintage ode to all things festive! Fabulous detail, flowers and colours. It is a stunner and will really make your home feel full of the Christmas joys!!! Thanks for sharing your work with Simon Says Stamp & Show! Sarah.

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  10. This is gorgeous! Love the tones of white, the vintage feel and that skate is to-die-for fabulous! Thanks for joining the challenge at Simon Says Stamp & Show.

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  11. WOW! Absolutely AMAZING! Thanks for sharing with us at THE SHABBY TEA ROOM ;-)

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  12. Shucks, these are adorable! Thanks for sharing with all of us! :D

    Visiting from Brag Monday at GraphicsFairy,
    Suzanne in NW Illinois

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  13. Wow!!! Over the top gorgeous creation! Just love all the vintage goodies on your beautiful skate project! Congratulations on your win at The Shabby Tea Room! Take care!!:-))

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  14. Hey...you didn't show this to me last night when I picked up Jon from your house!!!!! You holding out on me????? Just kidding. No really : ) It is beautiful. I love it's shabby chicness. Huggs and love from your BFF.

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Thanks for Visiting my blog today! Hope you found some inspiration...Have a great day! Hugs....Heather