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Monday, November 2, 2015

Pink Joy


Challenge #43 
Christmas with the optional twist of "use pink and/or purple"

I finally took some crafting time out to make a mini Christmas chalkboard for the current Time Out challenge.  I made some of these last year for a craft show and l loved the idea of clipping a family photo to this magnetic chalkboard for the refrigerator and the opportunity for a handwritten message.  The "chalkboard" was made from a coaster that I painted with three coats of chalkboard paint. The poinsettia die cuts are Poppystamps and the Joy die (from silver glitter cs) cut is last year's Essentials by Ellen Hutson. I heat embossed the little clothespin with silver ep.  I think it is a fun little gift to give and this one would be great for a family with a little girl :)
I will be making one for a new little someone...a baby boy to be born in the new year.  A grandson for me and Neil, our very first!  I am thinking a polar bear or moose.  We are from Canada ay!
            

5 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous, Chriss love the vibrant pink and green against the black ... and oh my, that shimmery joy is delicious! Yay ... congratulations to you both on the pending arrival of your first grandson ... a true joy, mon amie! Always delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs & Bisous, Anita :)

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  2. These are such a good idea and what great gifts. Love the colours and how exciting you will be making one soon for a new little one!! Great to see you joining in with us at TO

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  3. I love the weay you used the red in the flower and as a frame! It is a beautiful gift! Thank you for taking the TIME OUT and join us!

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  4. Oh what great news!! I bet you can hardly wait for the little guy to arrive ... Wonderful project Chriss!

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  5. What a a wonderful little Christmas project. I love that it is a chalkboard. I could see these getting snapped up in a heartbeat for Christmas. Thanks so much for playing along at Time out.

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