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Thursday, 2 August 2012

Seeing Spots and Dots at Crafty Ribbons

Happy Thursday morning to you lovely peeps!
Time once again for a new challenge at Crafty Ribbons.
Thanks for all your fabulous creations on our last challenge, you really are a crafty lot aren't you?
Please stop by the Crafty Ribbons Challenge blog and see if you were one of our handpicked top 3 or our Random Winner!
So, onto our new challenge.
This time the challenge is hosted by the lovely Trish and she has chosen a theme of
SEEING SPOTS AND DOTS
So you can make whatever you want as long as there are spots/dots on your creation.
That should give you all plenty of scope now shouldn't it??

So here is my project for this challenge:
So I decided to make an origami box with Polka Dot paper.  The paper is from a Papermania Signature pack called Regency.
Then I added some polka dot Mulberry Flowers to the top which I fixed with a green sparkly brad, along with a polka dot Grosgrain ribbon, available from Crafty Ribbons here.
Then I added a thin green grosgrain ribbon around the outside of the box onto which I threaded two pink and two brown polka dot buttons, again available from Crafty Ribbons, on alternating sides of the box.
So there you have it, I think there are just about the right amount of spots and dots on here don't you?  LOL.

Here is the fabulous prize on offer this fortnight:
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Just before I go, don't forget that we have our Crafting For Gold Event going on over at the Crafty Ribbons Inspiration blog at the moment and today is Day 6 and we are showcasing the fabulous Crafts and Me!
So remember to pop in there and add your name to the Linky after you have had a look at the fabulous DT creations.
Good luck.



3 comments:

  1. Gorgeous box Dawn, love the papers and ribbon. Hugs, Claire x

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  2. gorgeous gift box Dawn. Love your showing of spot and dots. Zx

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  3. Love your decorated box with the fab button.

    Hugs Ali x

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