Friday, December 10, 2010

M.A.G. Challenge by the Page # 7

Hi everyone,

As I said last week, we were having one of my favorite designers as our guest at the M.A.G. Challenge by the page. Drum roll please...... it's Gigi from The Cricut Bug!!!! Gigi did a fabulous job with our challenge, please stop by her blog and show her some blog love.

On to our challenge, we at the M.A.G Challenge are challenging you to use your creativity to go with our page pick of the week.

Paisley page 59, what's unique about our challenge is that you can only use the images on the page that is randomly chosen!!! I looked at this page and said hmmm, what am I gonna create with a hair dryer??? Absolutely nothing, hahahahaha... I chose the heart and flower, decided to make a Christmas tree out of the hearts and the flower as a topper, added bling for lights, went into my sticker stash for presents, added some ribbon and my sentiment, put it on a z fold card and here is my take on our challenge!

I hope this gave you a little bit of inspiration for your project and maybe you can do what I couldn't.... make something with the hair Please invite a friend to join in on the fun, link your project on the M.A.G. Challenge by 11:59 on 12/15/10 and you will be entered into our monthly drawing!

I will also be entering this card into the following challenge:

Winter Wonderland- Bauble

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a blessed day!


girlia said...

Awesome, Awesome job Melissa.

Adrian said...

Wow, who knew upside down hearts could make a Christmas tree! Great job:)

Sharon said...

Now this is just a great card! Love the tree!!! :)

downrightcrafty said...

oh how lovely such a super creation and look at all those baubles, well you never can have too many :)
thank you for sharing it with us at Winter Wonderland this week
Hugs Kate xx

Jolanda said...

what a great idea for the tree. I don't have a cartridge with a tree on it but I do have hearts - now I know what to do with them. Thank you xx

Jovan said...

This card is so cute! I love that idea!