Monday, December 6, 2010

A gift H2H Challenge

Well here we are at Monday again, looking at the next H2H challenge and boy is it a good one. The challenge this week is to make a gift- no cards. There is also a prize sponsor for this week, the super talented Debbie Carriere, Debbie has a fantastic prize to give away to one lucky player this week. If you have never been to Miss Debbie's blog I highly recommend going there *** warning*** any one who goes there may be there for hours, neglecting family, and household, as well as there may be excess drooling over the beautiful projects so go, but remember you have been warned. Okay so I am on to my gift, I used a recycled plastic container that previously held candy corn, and I fancied it up with paper from the "JINGLE" level 2 kit, I also used an ornament sticker from the level 2 Stickease and is raised up with foam tape and applied some glits glue to the middle. The branches were punched using a MS branch punch and I added some red sparkles. I also used a MS border punch for the bottom and added bitty sparkles for some more shine. I tied a piece of Juniper ribbon around the container an added a punched snowflake that I covered with Prisma Glitter. Then the best part of all, I filled it with peppermint bark cookies-oh what a yummy gift for someone. So head on over to the H2H blog check out the beautiful creations by my fellow design team members and then link up your gift project using mostly CTMH products for a chance to win a spot in the Friday Five or the great gift from our sponsor Debbie.


Mary said...

Looks so yummy! And the snacks inside look good too :)

I know there is still a week left of this H2H term but I wanted to be sure to stop by and thank you for being a great team member. Your projects have always been spot on! Thanks again and have a wonderful holiday!

Debbie Carriere said...

Love the idea to re-purpose these types of containers!!! You did a fabulous job with it :) Thanks for your kind words & you really made me laugh!

Andrea Ewen said...

I have to agree with you Jess about Debbie's blog...such wonderful goodness going on there! What a great project you have come up with here...super colors and superbly festive! And those cookies look divine!