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Emma xx
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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Pandora's Box

Hi Guys

Over on Tuesday Taggers my good friend and teamie Georgina has set the challenge.  She has challenged us to make a box and a handmade gift to put in the box.

I struggled with the gift to put in the box but the box was the easy part.  For the box I have used Concorde Crush and Daffodil Delight and the Newsprint DSP.  To age the newsprint I used Chocolate Chip, Early Espresso and Basic Black.  I have made a funky flower for the top that will be coming later this week.





For the present I made a plaque for my friend who will receive this shortly.  The tag on the front is from the HodgePodge hardware and I have embossed it black by putting it in Versamark and then black embossing powder.  The stamp set is Baroque Motifs.  I have punched out the cherish with the word window punch and stuck it down with dimensionals so it stood proud of the card.








Well I hope you like and all you need to do now is go over to Tuesday Taggers and check out the rest of the design teams work.

And until next time

happy crafting

Emma xx

4 comments:

  1. I just love this Emma, so definitely me and positively elegant in a grungy sort of way.
    x Michelle

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  2. Really gorgeous x Loving that grungy look x Janet

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  3. I adore this Emma,it's gorgeous,not just a pretty face eh!!!!, luv Georginaxx

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  4. Fabulous Projects Emma! You have such style!
    Thank you so much for sponsoring the challenge at Keep it Simple... my package arrived today ad I have been having a play with the pastels to find out how to use them.
    I don't think that I would have thought to have bought them,as I haven't really heard much about them but some lovely effects can be achieved.
    Thank you so much!
    Chrissie

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