onsdag 18. desember 2013

One more Adventcalendar

Hello friends and followers,
I wanted to show you a second advent-calendar I made for Ett Trykk Magazine. I found a tutorial for this over at Din Fantasi. I made this for my daughter this year. Every day she finds a new riddle in one of the drawers. If she can guess the right answer she will find a small gift to open. We have lots of fun with this every morning. Now it's only a few left...

I used the beautiful Pion Design papers and white bazzill card stock to decorate the box. 

The drawers are made from 24 matchboxes glued together. 

Some details.























Materials used: 
Pion Design Silent Night 6x6, Church, Borders og Winter. 
Creative Charms – Vintage brads, 
Panduro – brads
Live & Love Craft store – Shabby Seam Binding, snowflake ribbon
Unknown – charms, sentiment stamp
Norsk stempelblad AS - Sentiment stamps
Kort og Godt – pearls and twigs, 
Martha Stewart – edge and corner punches, 
24 matchboxes,
 Magnolia – spruce and snowflake dies, 
Quick Kutz – olivia numbers dies. 
Tim Holtz-  Crackle paint, picket fence 

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Hope you like it!
Thanks for stopping by my blog today!
Have a creative evening!
Hugs, 

 
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5 kommentarer:

Christina C. sa...

OMG....Elizabeth, this is exquisite!
Love the dainty drawers, papers and stunning details! BRAVO!!!

Za ovinkom sa...

Soooo beautiful Elizabeth. Thank you for the link for tutorial. Maybe next year. :)
Jasmina

Kirsty-Anne Duckworth sa...

Hi Elizabeth wow had to come over from Facebook and see more pictures...just love it and what a wonderful idea for your daughter..will have to make one looks like so much fun to create..thanks for the inspiration :)

JenniferD sa...

This is STUNNING! Looove every little thing about it! Have a Great Weekend!

Donna sa...

Now this is stunning Elizabeth.
I bet it took a while to make. I would love to make one. I saw it on Facebook and loved it there so I needed to see it in all it's glory and that is just what it is. Glorious.
I love it. Thanks for sharing!
Crafty hugs.
Donna xx