Tuesday, 18 December 2012

New Challenge at TIOT

Time for another challenge over at Try it on Tuesday and our wonderful sponsor is  Delicious Doodles


Our sponsor for December is Delicious Doodles, who are  generously offering our monthly winner, their choice of 4 Digi stamps from the store.

This Fortnights Challenge is  a 'Lucky Dip'. where you have to pick 4 items from our ingredients list to use then let us know what which you chose to use.

Ingredients to choose from are:
Die cuts
Ribbon
Sentiment
Pearls
Distressing
Stamped Image

 Here is my project. It is a mini Acrylic album I made as a gift. Its a little Gingerbread house themed book.

The mouse is a stamped image cut out and colored with Promarker. the flowers are Maya Road with pearl trim. the little sparkle disks reminded me of gum drops so they fit the theme.
 The ribbon opens to reveal more hidden space for pictures and journaling.
 Love the little mouse image reading the book.
these are diecut flowers and stickers above on the roof trim.
If you look carefully you can see the little mouse wishing upon the Christmas star.


Now if you pop on over to the TIOT challenge blog you can see more projects from our wonderful design team and join in the fun with your project. We cannot wait to see you there.

Thanks for stopping in and have a wonderful day. Angela

7 comments:

butterfly said...

Wow - what a wonderful idea for an album... love the shape, and the fab papers you've used!
Alison x

Clarky J said...

Its gorgeous Angela and I am sure will be dearly loved by the lucky recipient xx

Christina Carnoy said...

Awwww that is sooooooooooo cute!!!! How are you doing these days anyway?

sandee said...

I love your mini album, you did such a great job with all the layering and the papers were perfect! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

zandra said...

Love your take on the challenge!
Hugz, Z

Anne said...

Hi Angela. Tried a couple of times to leave a comment .... Here goes .... I love it I just wish we could make them together. Cheers Anne

Anne said...

Yes it worked. Great. Cheers Anne