Monday, 11 October 2010

A Card From A Class & Blog Candy Winner

I went to a card class last Friday and made the following card with tea bag folding down the side. I like the non-traditional Black and Red with Siler Mirri. I thought it was very effective. The tea bag folding was easy but time consuming. I think I'm going to use this style again but add my own twist to it.

I'm going to enter it into the Oh Alice challenge which is to use tea bag folding on your project.

Remember, if you are a Harry Potter fan, make sure you check my previous post HERE with regards to the release of Bugaboo's AMAZING release and use them on a project to enter our challenge at Catch The Bug. There's also a special offer in the SHOP. Buy the Character Bundle and get all the accessory tidbits FREE!

And for those of you waiting to find out who won my Holiday Blog Candy, the wait is over! The winner is
Congratulations Ali, e-mail me your details and I'll sort out your prize. Thanks to all those who entered and especially those who made the treat holders too. I enjoyed looking at them.


Cheryl said...

WOW this is beautiful,the tea bag folding looks fabulous!!!

Susan Allan said...

This is really are an ace at folding tea bag fashion.
Sue xx

Berenice R. said...

Awesome card! Thanks for sharing :)

aqualeiga said...

Fab card the effect you get with teabag folding, but have never done any myself....(looks so complicated!!) Don't want to be presumptuous, but is the Ali who's won the blog candy ME??!!?? (There could have been more than 1 Ali who entered, and I don't want to get it wrong!!) If it IS me, THANK YOU SO MUCH, I've never won anything before! Ali x

Lynne Phelps said...

WOW! It is wonderful to see a non-traditional arrangement of the teabag folded pieces, I never would have thought of a Christmas tree! So clever! Thanks so much for playing along with Oh, Alice!

Erin said...

I love your tree and I love that it's black. Great teabag folding! Thanks for joining us at Oh, Alice.

Emma said...

Ohhh I love your tea bag folded tree, it looks stunning! I know what you mean about it being time consumming, but it does look FABULOUS! Thanks so much for joining us over at Oh Alice!