Monday, December 1, 2014

LNS December Challenge - Christmas/Hanukkah

Happy Monday!

Welcome to the LNS December Challenge!

Each month the LNS DT Members will present a new challenge. We will share our interpretation of the theme and invite you to play along with us. You are welcome to create a card, L/O, and/or 3D project. Once you have your entry completed, please post it on the LNS Challenge Blog and link back to the LNS Challenge in your blog post. You may create/enter as many times as you like-we enjoy to see your creations. At the end of each Challenge, a winner will be announced, who will receive a winner's badge and be invited to be a Guest Designer the following month.

On to December's Challenge-we would like to see you create a card or project for Christmas or Hanukkah.

For my DT sample, I created both a Christmas and a Hanukkah treat holder:

Here is a close-up of the 'Santa' box:

And, a close-up of the Hanukkah box:

Now it's time to visit the LNS Challenge Blog to see what the rest of the DT created. Don't forget--you have the entire month of December to link your challenge creation. We look forward to see what you create. And, you just may be a future Guest Designer on the LNS Challenge Blog!

Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies used:  Basic Black, Real Red, and Whisper White CS, All is Calm Specialty DSP, Silver Glimmer Paper, Lost Lagoon and Real Red Ink, Basic Black 1/8, Lost Lagoon 3/8, and Whisper White 1/4 Ribbon, Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlits Dies, Petite Curly Label Punch, and Bright and Beautiful Stamp Set.


Diana Auberle said...

Wonderful small gifts. I really love the santa version.
Thnaks for the inspiration.

Deepti said...

These are so adorable :) fab gift boxes

Lisa said...

Your boxes are so beautiful!! I love the shapes and designs!! They make wonderful gift boxes!! Have a great day :)

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Regina said...

hallo, liebe Lisa
deine kleinen Schächtelchen sehen ganz allerliebst aus! Die Santa-Auffertigung ist klasse!

wünsche dir einen schönen Abend und liebe Grüße

S. Thomas said...

Both are so well done, Lisa, just beautiful!!!

Beth said...

Lisa love your adorable boxes you always do such a beautiful job on your 3-D items.