We are thrilled to showcase another Provo Craft embossing folder being released for CHA - the Owl Flourish Folder!
So far all of you have been enthusiastic about the folders. I gotta tell you they are wonderful! The improvements they have made, the embossing is deeper and there are less lip on top..
Wanna win some of the folders going to CHA?
It's easy! participate in all 4 challenges for the month of July to be entered in the drawing if any given week we get over 100 participants each week, we will up the ante and give more new folders out! go on tell your friends and enter to win that easy!
Thank you so much for making the cuttlebug challenge blog your number 1 home on the internet for great inspirations :)
Before we begin let's announced our winners for helping us spread the word for the countdown..
The SNR Winner blog hop.......drumroll..........Thank you for being a follower and adding our blinkie to your blog :) Suz Gray
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This week challenge is to create a woodsy outdoor project, using woodsy animals (except for snakes) using twigs, pebbles anything from nature..
We have a fun Colour template for you as a component for this week.
Step 1) Create a high backed box: A) Score a sheet of standard sized cardstock [on the horizontal (so it's short)] at 4.5 inches and at 8 inches B) Turn the cardstock [on the vertical (tall)] and score at 1 and 1/4 as well as 7 and 1/4 C) Cut 2 slits in the center of each side (4 slits in total) to make side flaps.
Step 2) Make embossed shrub panels: Print shrub templates out on green cardstock & trace it to make mirrored parts (for a liner); then, emboss them (this uses a homemade cereal-box embossing plate with little leaves.)
Step 3) Embellish & Adhere the embossed shrub panels to the inside & outside of the box. (These are inked & stitched with beads)
Step 4) Add scenery: Make a sky panel & attach it then create the trees, pond, and other details: A) print & cut the various templates B) cut the tree tops free-hand C) embellish and adhere it all.
Step 5) Print digital birds: colour them & add them to the box
Mel has generously offered our readers the printable templates to make your own diorama box. You can find them at the following links:
Birds and owl
Box and trees
You can find a more detailed tutorial and other inspirations on Mel's Blog.
Here are the fantastic inspiration the Design Team has created for you..
Terrie Bailey (ensemble)
Terrie Bailey (bag)
Terrie Bailey (card)
Terrie Bailey (tag)
Terrie Bailey (frame)
Hanneke van Dalen
Heidi Van Laar
Betty Bee (detail)
Remember leave your link in Mr Linky by leaving the link to your post, not your blog address. If you upload your projects to online galleries please use the keyword CBI39
participate in all 4 challenges to be eligible to win new folders going to CHA!
As always we are looking to reach 1500 followers by end of July.. :)
Have a great day!