Thursday, November 25, 2010

A Dog's Christmas Promise

I haven't been posting regularly and it's not a good feeling :`( I seem to have lost my mojo, boohoo! Well, anyways, it's almost Friday and I don't want to bog you down with my woes. So here's a holiday card that probably would spread some smiles around :)

The adorable little poodle is Pasha from Inktegrity. Right now, they're hosting a challenge where 'Anything Goes'. This is my card as a DT. So visit their blog and send in your entries to win some goodies from their store.

Hope you are enjoying the holiday spirit! And Happy Thanksgiving to all my American blog buddies :) And oh yeah, have fun shopping on Friday! Husby & I were there last Black Friday and shopped till we dropped!! This year I might do some online shopping just to relive the fun :-D

Happy crafting!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

'Tis the Season!

It's official...the holiday season is upon us! As Sydney swelters in the heat of the familiar Christmas summer, baubles, holly and tinsel dot the ceilings of shopping malls and huge decorated Christmas trees stand tall and grand. Stores have already displayed their wares, Christmas style, luring impulsive buyers. Christmas carols play softly in the background and the festive spirit is infectious. Considering the number of times I've mentioned Christmas, 'tis the season indeed! It's no surprise then that I made my first holiday card today after a trip to the mall :-)

 Image - Inktegrity

I made this card as my DT creation for Inktegrity's sketch challenge. Drop in there and have a go if you wish. They have a challenge there every Wednesday.

I think more holiday cards are not far behind :-) Will be back soon with more.

Happy crafting!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Yes, I'm Alive!

Phew! What a month it's been! I had to prepare for a craft stall here in Sydney's west. It was part of a vibrant and colourful festival called Parramasala organised over the Deepavali weekend. I had so much fun making everything and the two days that I had the stall were so exciting! Here are some pics -

The whole event had an Indian flavour, hence the colourful India inspired creations. I'd made photo frames, cushion covers, little cloth birdies, cards 'n' other paper goodies, jewellery and more. Overall, it was a fun experience :-)

I've kind of stashed away all my craft stuff for now...yikes!! But I'm sure it won't be that way for long :-) I have Christmas cards on my mind right now...will get working on them soon. Of course, I will be back with another post soon :-)

Happy crafting!