Sunday, 9 March 2014

March 'Lovely Lili' Challenge ..... animals ....

It's Sunday again which means it's another challenge here at The Ribbon Girl and this week it is our 'Lovely Lili' LOTV challenge. We would like to see your LOTV projects with an ANIMAL theme to them please - and you just don't get any cuter than a LOTV furry creature!.  You must include a LOTV stamped image or an image from an artpad or a LOTV sentiment or LOTV paper and we are of course sponsored once again by our fabulous friends Lili Of The Valley and The Ribbon Girl who are offering one randomly chosen winner two prizes of:

LOTV stamp of your choice

and a £10 voucher towards a spending spree at The Ribbon Girl


This challenge will run for 1 week and closes at 9PM UK time on Saturday 15th March. Our usual rules apply - create a new project (please no backlinking to old projects), blog about it mentioning this challenge then leave a link using the InLinkz button at the bottom of this post. The prize will be forfeit if the winner does not claim it after 1 week of the winner being identified on this blog
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We're all sending 'get well soon' wishes to the lovely Teresa who has had problems with her eyes for the past few weeks - we all hope you will soon be as good as new Teresa!

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Our Design Team has been joined by Diana Adamski this week who is our guest designer and they have all created some beautiful LOTV aninmal projects, please visit their blogs to see more of their fabulous projects and remember that all the products listed below each image can be found in the Ribbon Girl online store

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Diana used white seam binding, natural button twine, a large ornate silver colour key charm, lilac open roses, white pretty blossom flowers, self adhesive pearls, Emily embroidered tulle lace and a white daisy flower



Gretha used Abigail Ivory Flat Lace, 25 mm Faux Hessian Natural,
doily, wooden heart button, Darjeeling Grey/Blue Blossom Flower, 10 mm Burgundy (pale) open Roses


Elise added Floribunda Roses, Prima Treasures Bird House, Pink Velvet Lace, Old Rose Pink Pleated Crushed Organza, Diamante & Pearl Trim, Amelia Lace, Wooden Heart, parts of Lace Patches Antique White, Kort & Godt Roses, Stickles, Cheesecloth, White Seam Binding



Teresa used ~ White Flat Fan Pattern Lace, 25mm Yellow Satin Ribbon, Wooden Heart Button, Lemon Lillies, Ivory Rose Hip Buds, White Carnation and Vintage Style Ivory Cotton Lace.

By Andrea


Andrea used 6mm flat back pearl trim, pink satin ribbon, pink concertina pleat ribbon, assorted hat pins, Kort & Godt pink rolled rose, white opal liquid pearls and pale pink tiny pom pom trim

Anne




 Resin Cameo Frame, Wooden Bobbin, Purple Pearls, Ivory Pearl String, Ivory Jute Ribbon, Striped Cotton Cream & Purple Tape, Ivory Rose Buds, Pink Rose Buds, Large Ivory Rose Bud, Cheese Cloth, Astrid Tulip Lace, Liquid Pearls Bisque, Rolled Paper Flowers, Ivory Carnation, Bronze Leaf Charm, Natural Twine.



Becky added 5mm self adhesive pearls, 6mm pearl string, ivory rose organza, stardust stickles, lilac rolled roses, cream chrysanth, 15mm rose, 10mm rose, Camilla lace and beaded lavender gypsophyllia.


Chocolate Brown Button Twine, 5mm Brown/White No 25 Berisford Small Check Gingham, 16mm Brown/White Saddlestitch, 9mm Brown/White Spot Organza, Wooden Star Buttons

Debbie


Debbie used white dahlias (which you can colour yourself to suit your colour scheme), 10mm square pearl flat-back trim, white cheesecloth, 10mm ivory open roses, 12mm white flat lace and a bronze heart shaped frame

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3 comments:

  1. oooh what a fab challenge and such beautiful DT makes! and I had just had a lovely sunday morning crafty session that fitted in lovely!!
    hugs Lou xxx

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  2. Such beautiful creations from the DT and another fabulous challenge xx

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  3. Tried to submit my card at 8:48pm UK time and the link had closed :( Here's my card anyway if you want a peek: http://www.saffiresstamping.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/i-baked-cake.html

    Thanks, Vannessa

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