Friday, August 27, 2010

Prairie Fairy Blog Hop and Challenge 34 CANDY CLOSED

Random Integer Generator

Here are your random numbers:

Timestamp: 2010-09-04 04:36:21 UTC




If you came here from The Prairie Fairy Blog then you are on the right track! If not, please head on over to the PRAIRIE FAIRY BLOG because you don't want to miss out on all the fun offers and prizes and the rules at the beginning of the hop!

What's up for grabs??? Well not only is the Prairie Fairy offering up some yummy candy at her blog, she is going to be giving out digital prize packs to some lucky winners worth $15 each! That's right you could win the newly released images! There are multiple prizes so make sure you start at the Fairy's blog so that you don't miss out on how and what you can win!

If you get lost along the way, here is the hop list:
Carla- that's me!
Deonna (guest designer Aug)
Debs R (guest designer this week)

The hop ends at FAIRY FUN FRIDAYS challenge blog where you will hear some new announcements and if you enter a card in the challenge you will get and extra entry into the draws and if you use a Prairie Fairy image on your creation you will get another entry! The challenge this week is to use PEARLS AND LACE on your card. Be sure to visit all the DT's blogs as there are prizes at stake if you do, and we all love comments!

For my Challenge project I made a little wall or door hanging...

Painted it with gesso, and then pink acrylic paint
Used a lacey stencil and dabbed white over it
Paper pieced my Tea Time image with some Tim Holtz paper
Used copics and stickles and glossy accents
Trim and ribbon from my stash
Thickers glitter alpha stickers

and my new release creation is this totally fabulous Brewing Spells Gillian! Is this adorable or what?
I want to start a little book of spells for crafty recipes and techniques, color combos, etc and this was just perfect!
Copics and prismacolor pencils
Printed words on computer and distressed/inked
Grungeboard base with peeled paint, spiced marmalade and Concord grape inks
Paper is from the Eerie collection by Basic Grey
Misc dew drops
Crackle accents
the skeleton trim I found at Fabricland in the clearance bin

I will be sharing more "parts" of this book as it comes together.

The candy I am offering for my blog hop candy is some Tim Holtz goodies- some mini paper clips, mini safety pins, 6 pieces of 6x6 grungepaper, book of adage tickets, a few clear fragments, and I will add some die cuts on cardstock or grungepaper for you and/or some embossed cardstock using Tim Holtz embossing folders. If you would rather not have this added you can let me know.. you may have the dies and folders yourself!

To be eligible for my candy, simply leave a comment here - easy peasy! If you want to become a follower you are most welcome, but it is not required. I will draw for a winner on September 3 in the evening and announce on September 4.

We are so glad you joined us and hope to see your entry at the challenge blog!

Your next stop is:


Challenge for Tea Time project:
Simon Says Stamp- paper piecing
Delightful Challenges- girly with pearls and lace
S2G- alphabets or letters
One Stop Craft Challenge- anything but a card

Challenges for Spells Book
Alota Rubber Stamps- fall colors
One Stop Craft Challenge- anything but a card


Roberta Laliberte said...

Whahoooo Carla! Your projects are fabulous! Gorgeous! Rocked it all!

yummy candy too!


Pink lady said...

Beautiful projects:-)

Hugs Laila.

Jane said...

I must step outta my comfort zone & have a go at wall hangings...what a great idea as a gift...hmmmm...inspired, Thank you XX

Queen B said...

I really liked that idea about the crafty "recipe" book. I might be lifting that idea at some later date (tomorrow? lol)
Great job!

Lindsey said...

These are both lovely Carla! Thanks for joining us at OSCC this week x

Hege-Annie Simonsen said...

Love both creations - and I was especially amazed by your witch Gillian creation; it's just FAB! Love the font you've chosen to go with it and the drops in different colours, making a bubbling and boilin effect!

Wish you a wonderful, relaxing weekend! *HUGS* :)

Margreet said...

Such great projects them both...curious to the other book pages!
Have a nice weekend!
xxx Margreet

Piali said...

Lovely creations!! Great images too.TFS!!

Stephanie said...

Awesome projects!

Suzi said...

Two fabulous projects Carla, I love the idea of the recipe book, I might have to snazzle that one. hehehe. Fab candy too. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Suzi x

Deonna said...

I love your Spell book! What a great idea. It is so eye catching.

Tonya Klar said...

OMG these are adorable!!!!! You did a beautiful job on both!

sallysbitz said...

Lovely projects Carla xx

The Tea Time reminded me of my grand parents when they used to play bowls, this would have been perfect for their tea hut xx

Lori said...

Wow Carla what can I saw but Wow, I am in love with your witchy bag, those dew drops on the cauldron are soooo clever!

Mik said...

Love your creations!

Cor* said...

2 vastly differnt styles and 2 absolutely fantastic cards!! LOVE THEM both to bits. Great creation for recipes and such. Also that girly girl tea set is perfect! YUMMY candy girl! Woo hoo!

Peggy said...

OMG....The door hanger is adorable and I LOVE Brewing Spells Gillian. Your card is amazing!!!

Inge said...

Love your creations, especial the Tea time hanger!

x Inge

Hop to the next blog!

Mary C said...

I love your creations! The idea of the spell book is fantastic! I am going to follow so I don't miss the rest of the book(or any of your other wonderful creations)

Anonymous said...

Tea Time - how perfect, love the colors! The halloween image is a hoot!

Sandy Ang said...

Must try your stenciling technique sometime to make customized pattern paper.
Thanks for the chance to win.

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely projects during the hop! And for the extra candy too!

Tami said...

I really love the little witchy poo. So Cute

Good Kardma by Jules said...

What great projects! I especially like the halloween one.

Thanks for the chance to win!

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Your wall hanging is lovely with its soft feminine colors, but you really outdid yourself with that wonderful witchy piece! Very cool project you are starting with that cover and I'm just drooling at how cool it is!

Cynthia said...

Having fun on the blog hop. Thank you for your inspirations

Priscilla said...

Darling witch Gillian!! Cute idea!

Kelly said...

Carla, I love both ideas, but you really outdid yourself with the book. Way to go!!

Debs said...

fabulous creations, love your witch bag

Randi WS said...

Beautiful creations, and the recipe book is really fun!
Yummi candy too! ;)
Hugs, Randi WS

Marjo said...

Love your creations, had to get Witchy Gillian! Yummy candy too. Think I will become a follower, it's always nice to see beautiful creations in my dashboard. Gotta hop-a-long

Hugs, Marjo

Karli said...

two amazing projects Carla! Wow, I applaud you for getting, your hands dirty gf. I'm not ready for Gesso :) That's some mighty great candy you're offering as well. Big Hugs~

Dani said...

Awesome projects! I am so loving them!!

the purple muse said...

Thanks for sharing your projects (and candy)!

Jennifer M. said...

These projects are fabulous. I really like the Gillian image. She makes such a cute witch. Very pretty card! TFS and for the awesome candy you are giving away. :)

Laurel said...

Such great cards! thanks for playing at S2G!

Carrie said...

your projects are gorgeous..
love these blog hops...

thanks for a chance to win
my2sons311 at verizon dot net

Janet said...

Awww---both are so cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

TinaB said...

Great Hop! Great fun xx

rosalien said...

Fabulous projects.:) Thanks for playing with DC.


Shelly Schmidt said...

The wall hanging is great- but I LOVE the halloween card you made- you really eally rocked this one!!! TFS

Lynn B. said...

Gillian is really cute!! TFS

Janice said...

love the first blog hop so wish me luck!

Christine said...

I love how your tea pot turned out with the paper piecing. Your creations are beautiful. Thanks so much for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog.
xoxo, Christine

Terry said...

HIya Carla, totally love your teaset and offcourse Witchy Gillian....she is totally ausumn.....Hugs Terry xxxx