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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Double whammy!!

So today is the day the Festival Of Lights begins over on the cuttlebug Challenge blog. It is also Wednesday Inspiration!! Wowzers!!

This is our First ever Festival of Lights from the fabulous team at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog!

The party kicked off over on the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog with a map of the participating Design Team , if you get lost on the way no worries, just check the DT off the map.

In addition to the fabulous projects, we have decided to make this party the most fun ever, by hiding 2 treasures along the hop!

Two selected Designers will draw a random winner from the comments left on her blog in the hop, But of course, it wouldn’t be a treasure hunt if you knew which blog, right?

The winner will receive a $30 gift certificate to Peachy Keen Stamps!

You will also get a free year subs to Technique Junkie Sponsored by Pat.

So as you hop, make sure you leave comments on every post so you have a chance to win, and add the Cuttlebug blinkie to your blog!!
P.s. the more comments you leave the better chance you have at winning

I bet you may be in inspiration overload after seeing all of the wonderful creations...*giggle*

I created a covered candle. I used some paper from me and my big ideas I had in my stash. I also created this awesome flower for it with a new technique I learned.

My tutorial will be at 6PM on the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog.


As always I love to hear from ya...let me know what you think of my latest project.


Till next time my creative buddies....Have a great day!! JennK

108 comments:

Shantaie said...

Jenn, I will be tuned in for that tutorial for sure!
I love all the changes you have made to your blog BTW it looks fab!

Nathalia Castellon said...

So darling Jenn! Love the florals and the bright colors!

June Houck said...

Cute, Jenn! Love, love, love the new blog look :)

Cindy said...

Very pretty, Jenn!! I love it!

Wanda said...

Very pretty. Looking forward to your tutorial.. thanks for sharing

Beth said...

Jenn this is lovely and I can't wait for your tutorial this evening on that gorgeous flower.

Brittney said...

Very festive, I love it!

Terry said...

Very cute project.

Elaine A said...

Hi Jenn -

A great project that looks wonderful! Can't wait for the tutorial. Great job.

Elaine Allen

Jessie said...

Love the colours, very pretty!

Axes DesigNs said...

Jenn.. Congratulations!!! so cute!

Rhonda Miller said...

Can't wait for the tutorial. I love your project.

Terrie B x said...

Jenn this is gorgeous I will be there at 6 for sure...TFI
Enjoy the rest of your Day GF:)xxx

MrsETaylor said...

Such a cheery project. I love the clean lines.

Super Sweet

Vicky Gould said...

I love the colors and punched out border!

Karey said...

Having a great time hopping.

Liz said...

Beautiful

Kim Etherington said...

Very nice!

Crea Grea said...

Nice this light, pretty with the flower.

Diana said...

Jenn, I will be checking out your tutorial on this flower. This is a really cute project and would brighten up any room for the holidays.
Thanks for sharing
dj_enns@yahoo.com

Laurie Marmon said...

will be looking forward to your tutorial. very pretty.

Myrna said...

Jenn,
Great colours, love those flowers.
Myrna

Karen AKA Soccerboyzmom said...

wOW THAT IS SO CUTE

Phyllis M. said...

Darling candle holder you have made. Love the flower on there and will be looking forward to the tutorial. Thanks for sharing. Phyllis M.

- - Sheryl - - said...

I watched your item on the main blog ! I left you a comment there saying I loved the flower - JUICY RED!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your decorated candle. Will watch for the tutorial. smg
smgunderscoregdpathotmaildotcom

CherylP said...

Very cute project! I love the flower.

ladyobie said...

I'll have to view the tutorial, very pretty.

Carla said...

Thanks for the traditional colors with your creation..really inspiring..

Loz (Aus) said...

That flower is super!

Jana Eubank said...

COOOOOL flower!!!

iluvmybugs said...

Soooo cute Jenn...must learn that new technique for the flowers!!! TFS

Terry

dj1952 said...

The colors are so pretty. It's always nice to learn new ways to make things.

TFS,

dj1952

Jamilie said...

Very pretty!! I love the embossing powder on the flower!

creativearts said...

Great idea! Love those flowers.

ScrappinT said...

I really like the flower and the project is really neat!

Tamrah T. said...

Love your use of gingham on this cute project. Nice work.

Marie said...

Love the shiny Poinsettia Its so stunning

Scrap2day said...

This is so very pretty! Thank you for all the wonderful inspiration over the past year!

scrapbooking for others said...

Very nice idea! TFS

luccialtman said...

Too cute! I love it!

Jeri said...

Love that pretty, sparkly flower. I will have to see the tutorial for sure.

Leonie Castro said...

Nice! will look for tutorial in the future ty for sharing

Donna said...

Good idea with the covered candle! Quite like it

lesley517 said...

Love the colors...very pretty!

dawnie mc said...

very nice. I love it. Thank you

Dayna said...

Too cute. I love how you made that pretty red flower. Thanks for sharing!

jamie said...

very pretty!

scrapblu said...

You're right! Idea overload! Love all of them and can't make a choice! No time to do them all but wish I could! Love those flowers. Were they a Cricut cart? Which one?

Thanks
Bonnie

Kristin G. said...

Very nice. Hop Hop Hop

mgcreative said...

wow! it's neat and elegant :)

mary said...

So festive. Great flowers.

khunter47 said...

So cute. Love this project. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Glennis said...

Great colour combo - I have also commented on the challenge site

Hope said...

Love this candle cover-super cute!!

Krissa Brown said...

Love the wrapped candle holder. Such an inexpensive but very thoughtful gift to give somebody special this holiday season. TFS!

Suzeq4500 said...

What a cute and clever way to use up some scraps. TFS

*Kelly* said...

Super cute! Love the flowers! TFS!
bowserka@gmail.com

Elizabeth's Craft Creations said...

This is a great idea . . thanks for sharing SUPER MOM !!

Karen said...

Love the traditional colors and your sweet project!!

Shari said...

I just love candles, all year round. Thanks for sharing and hope you feel better soon.

Cindylu2u said...

This light is very cute, I especially like that glittering flower, gorgeous!! Hope you get to feeling better soon!

lavendarrose29 said...

I really like the colors you used on this project. thanks for sharing

Stephanie said...

This one is really fun.Thanks.

candie said...

Very Nice.

Anonymous said...

I love the cover. what a cute and fast way to dress up a candle. I have to check out ur tutorial. thanks
Ana
abalcarcel409@aol.com

ters said...

Very sweet. Now I know what I can do with all my little votive holders. Thanks,

Teresa

KimCreate said...

Pretty candle holder!
KimCreate

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Bugeyes said...

very cute!!!

Debbie said...

Love that flower. Nice job. Thanks for sharing.

mekei said...

i like your style. like being with you in the room and your eyes shining with excitement.

Lynn B said...

Very pretty!

chriswooten57 said...

beautiful jenn. love the projects you share. i learn so much and i need to learn. i am newbie to this.

chriswooten57
mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

berg4 said...

Love the traditional colors - the flower is great!

pcrusberg said...

I just love that flower! So beautiful! Thanks, Pam
pcrusberg@aol.com

DeniseB said...

Love the flower to adorn the candle.... very festive!
DeniseB

mswillie said...

I really love this!!! So Christmasy!!
Tina
twilliams7570@charter.net

Jacqui said...

Love the flower and the papers you used.

Bev Coffaro said...

Very nice Jenn

Anonymous said...

Love the colors

Kathy
kals@zoominternet.net

Donna said...

I love that flower. And your tutorial was great. I have to try this because it would look wonderful on a card too!

Cassandra said...

Very Pretty...what a great gift it would be for anyone!! I love how you made your Poinsettia with Embossing Powder!! Thank you for sharing your talent!
Hugs!
Cassandra
cvansyckle@gmail.com

Rachel said...

Thanks for the inspiration!

Kay said...

Very cute. TFS

Carol said...

very cute, thanks for sharing.

schnuti said...

Hi Jenn,


what a fantastic candle....I love this one....thank you for the chance to win...;)

ILONA

mawmaw2-4 said...

Your blog is great-just joined!

reneeporter7@yahoo.com

mawmaw2-4 said...

Love your blog!! I joined!!

dee said...

Jenn,
Just love the candle... Love the paper you used.

CeeGee said...

Adorable. I will be sure to check out tutorial.

String Fling said...

I really like this! I is definitely something that I could make. Thanks for sharing and have a nice holiday.

Brie said...

Simple, yet sooo cute! I love this.

KateB said...

love gingham so...very cute! Where'd the rich color flower come from?

Carol said...

so very nice!
Carol<><

Stephanie said...

A simple and beautiful project. I love your flower too.

Sharon said...

I just love your candle and the flower is just beautiful! :)

beadz said...

Very cute!
hugs,
Gini

chignon said...

I love the use of the traditional red and green colors. Nice job!

Maria said...

Great project. I love the colors and the border.

Kim. said...

I really loved this idea when I saw it on the cuttlebug blog. What caught my eye was your flower I just love the way you have embossed and glittered together this is something I have never tried but I will now lol. Beautiful.
Kim xXx

Rosa said...

Very cute,thanks for sharing!

Helen F. said...

Jenn, this is so bright and cheery ~ love the patterned papers and flowers.

SusanC said...

Cute, great way to dress up a plain candle. Thanks

silvia said...

pretty

String Fling said...

What a nice project. Thanks for sharing!

Charo said...

Nice project. thank you!

Michelle said...

Lovely project!