Friday, 1 July 2011

Crafty Sentiments New Release Blog Hop, Come Join Us.

WARNING this post is picture heavy!!

Good morning all. 
Have you all enjoyed the last five days of Crafty Sentiments previews? Well the wait is over the stamps are finally available today and you can get them HERE.

Today we are finishing with a blog hop so if you are a regular visitor or just stumbled across my blog you will want to go back to the main Crafty Sentiments Blog to start the hop so you don't miss any of the wonderful creations along the way.

For my project I decided to make a Lumière using a battery powered tea light. I printed four of my images onto tracing paper, I was going to colour them but decided against it plus I thought the colour would be lost when the light was on. 
Be warned I took lots of photo's to show the lit and unlit effects of each side, I had to take the lit photo's in a wardrobe to get the light to show up. When you want a dark overcast day I get bright sunshine, never satisfied lol.

Christmas Song


Dressing The Tree


Taking A Nap


Winter Wishes


So as not to leave poor Billy and his sledge out I made a gift tag to go with my gift. I again printed the image on tracing paper which looks lovely in real life but the photo seems to catch more of the backing paper than the actual image. The back of the tag has 'to' and 'from' on it with a sentiment saying 'Sending Love On Christmas Day'
Gone Sledging

Supplies:-
Designer Papers - My Mind's Eye 'I Believe'
'Christmas Fun' Sentiment - Crafty Sentiments 'A Christmas Wish'
'Sending Love On Christmas Day' Sentiments - Crafty Sentiments 'Let It Snow'
Die - Nestabilities Classic Ovals
Tracing Paper - Left overs from my teaching days!!
Tea Light Battery Powered - QS Stores
Ribbon - Anitas
Eyelet - Papermania
Cricut Tag - Winter Woodland
I-Rock Gems - Imaginisce 

Here are the challenges I would like to enter these projects into:-
The Paper Shelter - Anything Goes
For Fun - Christmas
Crafty Emma's - Anything But Square

Ok people Rebekah's wonderful blog is your next stop on the Crafty Sentiments Blog Hop so hop on over and have fun.

Just in case you missed anyone or got lost along the way here is the full list:-

Kim - your here


Thanks for stopping by, enjoy the rest of the hop. This hop will run until 4th July 2011.

15 comments:

Debs M said...

great idea with the the tracing paper and tea light, not seen anything like that before, the tag looks great too x

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Oh WOW!!! what a fantastic idea hun!
Hugs Shell xx

Thank you for sharing with us at CES Challenge this week, good luck!

Karen Tallon said...

wow what a lot of work you've put into your cards, they are simply gorgeous! The stamps are wonderful, such sweet and lovely images. Well done Kim! xx

Rebekah said...

What a completely stunning idea Kim just love it and a fab way of showcasing all the new stamps! Hugs Rebekah xx

Pauline said...

What fabulous creations Kim! Wow! Thank you for sharing with us at For Fun Challenges this week!
Pauline

Jac said...

I love your lumiere it look stunning, made me smile when I read about taking the pics in the wardrobe! lol. xx

Helen Dooley said...

I LOVE these. I like that you stamped on the tracing paper. I think this would be awesome to do. I might have to copy you. Thanks for playing along on For Fun.

Nikki said...

Your lumieres are so cute and I think they look great uncolored and so beautiful when lit up :)
hugs Nikki

Bella´s Bastelecke said...

Beautiful...such cute images...thanks for joining us this week at TPS…..

Hugs
Judith

Marie-Anne said...

What a lovely set of cards.

Marie-Anne

Jennifer Scull said...

wow! this is so pretty! you put a lot of work into it! :)

Hazel (Didos) said...

WOW these are brilliant Kim. I am so sorry I am so late in commenting but life just gets in the way sometimes. Love Hazelxoxo

Marie said...

Very lovely! Nice work! Thanks for playing with us over at TPS challenges.
Love n hugs
Marie

Marie said...

Me again, :) Thanks for playing with us over at For Fun as well.
xxMarie

Mandy said...

This is such a great project I will definitelky have to try something like this as I finally bought some of those battery operated tea lights!