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Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Tuesday Taggers Challenge

Hi all, well what a dismal day it is here and really blustery too, a day for staying home crafting that's for sure. We are having some work done on the house and there is dust everywhere, even in the bathroom upstairs and the jobs in the lounge downstairs. Looks like I'll be spending tomorrow cleaning aaarrhh!

Right back to the reason for this post. It's Tuesday so that means it's time for another challenge over at Tuesday Taggers. This week the challenge is to create something using a jar or bottle and there's a tutorial to help get your crafting juices flowing. The DT have come up with some great ideas so why not pop over and check them out. To tempt you the challenge this week is sponsord by the Craft Barn who have generously donated a £15 voucher, the winner will be chosen randomly.
Here's my little number.



Sorry the picture's not too good as the light is poor today and I'm working under difficult conditions with the workmen here. Anyway basically I took an old bath oil bottle that I had kept just incase I "needed" it and it's a nice shape. I filled it with some bath oil and added some dried stems to look pretty. I stamped this lovely fairy image (one I got for 50p from Gail of Circa Design) onto silver paper and embossed with ultra fine gold embossing powder. Sorry the picture doesn't show it too well but take my word for it it's pretty. Cut the paper to fit around the bottle and added some silver and gold curling ribbon and a bow from ribbon in my stash.
Well that's it from me for the moment, thanks for stopping by.
Love,
Pat xx

14 comments:

  1. This is beautiful Pat - good job you saved the bottle too! Janet

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  2. Gorgeous Pat, forgot about putting flowers n stuff in bottles, Love the label.
    x Michelle

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  3. Hi Pat

    Yes, weather pretty miserable today here as well, but at least the rain has stopped, but so cold.

    Wonderful what you have done with your jar here.

    B x

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  4. Gorgeous Pat, what a lovely bottle. Jo x

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  5. This is a lovely job. Good thing you had that bottle handy eh?
    Thanks for playing at TT this week.
    Hugs,
    Teri x

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  6. how lovely is that??? Thanks for joining TT's this week. Don't forget to mention The Craft Barn as they are the sponsors this week.

    Emma xx

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  7. It's gorgeous Pat you clever thing you lovely stamp. was beginning to wonder where you were have fun with the cleaning tomorrow will be thinking of you when you free to come do mine hint hint lol
    Anne xx

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  8. WOW!! This is just beautiful..Love it..
    Hugs, Linda

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  9. Hi Pat, Fabulous bottle love the gold & silver colour combo looks so elegant.
    Thanks for you lovely comments on the LORA Crafts blog, glad you are liking the new products I have loads more up my sleeve. Yes I am getting very excited, it is getting very close to the open date now (hoping for next weekend, Just waiting for solicitors).I am expecting my first deliveries in the shop tomorrow & Friday although they will be coming home with me for the time being as they are not insured to be kept in the shop.
    Lyndsey xx

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  10. Pat I love it .. such a beautiful idea.
    So i am not the only one to save stuff then ( see OH ) I still have to do this challenge, but do i know what to do .. well yes, but cant make 100's, lol

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  11. Wow sweetie this is stunning just love it
    Hugs Jacqui x

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  12. Nice job there girlfriend flowers, bottle, wining and dining,cool. Before I forget I have my own ning thing check it out hope to cya there soon.
    Lynn:)
    http://showtellcardsscrappages.ning.com/

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  13. This is fab Pat! loving all your latest creations as im having a mental catch up session on all the posts ive been missing!!!
    hope you well?
    Nicki
    x

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  14. I love this bottle and congratulation for your new blog award
    oxo Ildiko

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