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Monday, December 10, 2012

Week #144 - 'Shabby Chic'


Hello shabby friends and welcome to another fun week of inspiration and creativity here in the Tea Room!  This week Tracey is our creative host and she has chosen the theme of 'Shabby Chic' along with this beautiful photo for inspiration and Tracey asks that you create a card or project inspired by the colors of PINK, AQUA & SILVER and INCLUDE GLITTER!

FOR YOUR SUBMISSION TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE WEEKLY PRIZE AND HONORS: Because we are sponsored weekly by wonderful businesses who have graciously donated products and in the interest of fairness to all participants, any entries that do not follow our simple challenge rules will remain in the gallery but will not be eligible for the weekly prizes and top honors. Thanks for your understanding and participation!

I am pleased to introduce you all to this week's Guest Designer, Nancy Dynes - My Tattered TreasuresNancy earned this Guest Designer spot for her win in the Tea Room during the Week #132 challenge - 'Pretty Party'. 



And some more beautiful inspiration from our December Special MONTH-LONG Guest Designer ...    Silke Ledlow!  



Do you want to be the next Month-Long Guest Designer with the Shabby Girls?  It's as simple as participating in our weekly challenges and WOW-ing us with your projects!  The Shabby Girls might be calling on YOU to be the next Month-Long Guest Designer!!!

And now for some more GOR-JUS inspiration from the Shabby Girls ...

Debbie Marcinkiewicz -  Simple Treasures
My Time Made Easy - Boo Bag template, 12 Days of Snowflakes paper, The Gingersnap's stamp set, Sugar & Spice Stamp set, Holly Days Accents cut file, Ga Ga For Gingham paper



Lenet Mos - To Scrap or Not to Scrap, That's the Question
My Time Made Easy - Sleigh Ride / Paper Sweeties - Little Wishes



Rebecca Deeprose - Paper Primrose
My Time Made Easy - Sleigh Ride



Rebekah Faries - Midnite Lullabies Studio
My Time Made Easy - Merriest Monograms



Starr Timmons - The Paper Chase
 My Time Made Easy - Sleigh Ride



Tracey Kelly - Trace Elementz
My Time Made Easy - Sleigh Ride



Now, hop on over to our Shabby Girl individual blogs to see lots more creative and beautiful inspiration, additional pictures and instructions for these projects !

 The Shabby Girls are pleased to welcome our sponsor - My Time Made Easy!

My Time Made Easy™ LLC
 
 My Time Made Easy provides you with the basics for creating your own coordinating handmade cards, tags, and gift packaging in no time. It is fun, affordable, and we made it easier than ever! I have always said that it really is all about the TOTAL package. Now you can afford to create and dress up the simplest of gifts on your own, and make them appear to be that much more special. Nothing says love like something handmade!


My Time Made Easy has generously donated the Sleigh Ride template, Christmas Patina paper and Merriest Monograms Digital stamp set to this week's lucky winner!!


Please link your creations below by Sunday, December 16th to play along. Winner and Tea Time Terrific Top Three will be announced Monday, December 17th. We will have an all-new challenge for you to play along with on the 17th as well, so please come back and visit with us again for another chance to win!


5 comments:

Mariecrea said...

bonsoir
des créations absolument magnifiques ! bravo !!
à bientot

Micha said...

Je suis admirative devant toutes ces réalisations. Bravo à la DT et aux participantes auxquelles je souhaite "bonne chance". Amitiés.
Micha

Rea said...

Beautiful projects by the DT, and Merry Christmas.

vicki said...

What fabulous cards thanks for a great challenge this week I have really enjoyed taking part!

Bea38 said...

Hello,
I just wanted to say I love your blog. It makes me dream !
I'm not good at shabby chic style, but I'm fond of it !
Here is my very first participation on your blog.
I made my best to participate.
I'm not sure my card will create what you call the " Wow " effect, but I had fun at making it, and it's the most important thing ( I must say I'm better at sewing dolls and other projects, and at polymer clay making, but I love card making too !).
Have a great sunday