Good morning and a Happy Easter to you all - may you have a day full of chocolateness wherever you are! I think mine will be chocolate free unless I can manage to get some of these mini eggs off my screen lol! We are going to my daughter and her partner's today for dinner so I am looking forward to that.
Today I have something a bit different from a card to show. As we are going to my daughter's today and then my sister's today I made a little something to go on the wine we will take. MFT dienamics have new dies out and one is to make a wine collar, I do not have the dies but I thought what a good idea and just made some free hand. These are my first attempt:
I was quite pleased with my first attempt and thought they just brightened up the bottles a bit. Here is a close up of the one I made for my daughter:
I have used Nitwits paper and Spellbinders dies. The sentiment is computer generated and the flower is Wild Orchid. Brad and ribbon from stash.
Here is a close up of the one I made for my sister:
I have used Kraft Paper and some card stock and a freebie paper from a magazine (I think HOTP). The sentiment is computer generated and I made a rosette and used Edgeabilities for the border on the rosette and also on the top of the collar. The die cuts are made with a Spellbinders die and I have used an Inkadinkado stamp for the background. I will enter the following challenges:
Craft us Crazy - Anything but a Card
DRS Designs - Food and Drink
Simon Says Stamp - Favourite Tool (that's right Big Shop Pro!!)
365 Cards - Cheers
I Brake For - Anything but a Card
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Well I have started my top for my little fish and chip baby. I only started it at about 9:30 last night but I am quite pleased with my progress so far I will post a picture when I finish. If you want to help these poor little babies in Africa please pop over to Dawny P's blog here to see how easy it is to help.
Hope you all have a lovely Easter Sunday whatever you are doing and wherever you are - take care xx
Hello Susan. Happy Easter. These are both gorgeous. Love the idea and the colours and details are just fabulous.
No chocolate for me.
Love Sandra xxx
Gorgeous project Susan and a great idea, knowing me I will stuff a cream egg for breakfast LOL! Have a great day, Karenx
stunning Susan so much nicer than a plain bottle I always buy a bag but def prefer these, have a great day.
Happy Easter Susan...
Love these creations, you did brilliantly I love them.xx
oh Wow! How cool are they. Happy Easter and have a fabulous day! xx
Happy Easter hun - I love both of these bottle tags and for your first attempt they are just brilliant. Hugs, Claire x
These are super Susan well done I love the flowers they are fab Hugs Elaine
Oh these are fabulous.
these are stunning susan.really gorgeous :D
xx coops xx
What a clever idea Susan!! They both turned out fabulous!! Pretty please a tutorial would be great as these are just fab!!! Happy Easter, Hugs May x x x x
Wow! these are fab Susan! Beautiful papers and I love the flowers! :-) what a great way to give a bottle some pizzazz!!
Hope you had a lovely Easter Sunday with your family!
Hi Susan...these look great. Fabulous idea. Hope you had a lovely time with your family.
Now Susan if that isn't making an entrance I don't know what will ;-) Your embellished wine bottles look superb! They're bound to get a warm reception! Hugs, Ira x
Hi Susan these are lovley and such a great idea and Ibet both your sister and daughter loved them.
Susan, these are fabulous, what a great way to fancy up a bottle, love the embellishments,especially that large flower!
Susan these are both gorgeous, so pretty :)
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp
hugs Mandy xx
This is exactly what I need and what a great gift. Once again, I love your flower!!!!
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