Hello everybody .... I hope you have come to join in our Christmas Blog Hop.
As it's the season of goodwill each person on the DT are giving a gift!
There are 11 prizes to be won .. as well as this week's challenge prize!!
The challenge has been chosen by our GD Jovita and she has chosen....
For my card I used a snowflake card from Patchwork Pals. I stamped up Cupcake Ruby but covered her cupcake with a snowflake and coloured her with promarkers. I cut lots of snowflakes with glitter card and added some fibres and gems. I just adore little Ruby, she is so cute. So onto the blog hop.
I have a little question for you to answer:) in order to be in with a chance of winning my prize:
The first letter of the answer is the letter you need to collect and when you have finished the hop you should have a full word which you can email to email@example.com
They are made from snow and fun to throw...... Snow _ _ _ _ _!
So what is my word?
Leave a comment below with your answer but remember to save the first letter till you get them all. Now its time to see what my prize is
If you have arrived here from Anita then you are on the right track and you need to go to Hayley next. If you get lost just pop back to the challenge blog.
So remember you have 2 chances to win a prize...
firstly you can enter the Winter Wonderland Challenge ...
and secondly you can take part in the hop ...
Remember to display the blog hop banner on your blog too!
Thanks for dropping by and leaving a comment. I hope you enjoy the hop and hopefully get time to join in the challenge as well.
I would like to enter this into
Flutter By Wednesday - open challenge
Pixie Dust Studio Pixie challenge - let it snow
Ellephantastic - wish upon a star or winter/Christmas
Cupcake Inspirations - photo inspiration
Stamptacular Sunday - Winter wishes
Creative Inspirations - anything goes Christmas
Cupcake craft challenge - non traditional Christmas
Die cut Dreams - fairies
Stamp with Fun - Christmas
Magical Monday Challenge - fairytale Christmas
Incy Wincy Designs - non traditional Christmas