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OK friends! I am ready to start playing with my November Girls Loft Kit which you can find HERE. As previously mentioned I planned on creating a Christmas necklace much like the Halloween Necklace I created HERE which was originally inspired by the one designed by Margie Romney-Aslett for Creative Escape 2010.
I invite you to create a necklace using these items or those which you have on hand and if you send me a photo I will post it to my blog for inspiration for others and put your name in a drawing for the December Girls Loft Kit. NO, I will not be sending you my December kit but instead ordering an extra for one of you lucky winners! After all I have to have one for myself to play with, they are too fabulous not to have :)
If we get more than 30 to participate I will then award a 2nd and 3rd place prize, those prizes to be named at a later time. The cut off for this contest will be **Sunday Dec 5th, I hope you will join me and help me spread the word! Actually, if you help me spread the word by either posting a link to this post on your FB, Twitter or Blog come back and leave me your name on this post and I will do a drawing from those entries as well and make sure to enter one comment per post you have done.
With that here is what I came up with today and I also plan on making a bracelet and a second necklace as well, who knows maybe one of those will end up being a giveaway prize? I created it with all the fabulous Tinsel & Twig items from The Girl’s Paperie by Margie and the chain and some pieces are by Tim Holtz idea-ology. The letters spell out “MERRY” and I glued two of them together so they are double sided.
**You are not required to use the Nov Girls Loft Kit although I myself recommend it as it has some awesome goodies in it that will make for an awesome necklace/bracelet! The Girls Loft Kit DOES NOT come with the actual chain hardware or Fragment pieces, that is something that I had on hand. All the papers, buttons, chipboards letters, words, ribbon, and flowers DID come in the kit. **
Here are photos, excuse the quality of them as it was gloomy outside and I’m a bit under the weather and so didn’t make it outside to take photos.
These would make awesome teachers gifts, they could wear them all of December :)