Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Festival of Lights - Cuttlebug Challenge Blog Hop

Welcome to our first ever Festival of Lights from the fabulous team at the Cuttlebug Challenge Blog!

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 is hiding the treasure, right?

The winner will receive a $30 gift certificate to Peachy Keen Stamps! You will also get a free year subscription to Technique Junkies sponsored by Pat Huntoon.

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. The more comments you leave the better chances you have at winning. You can download the DT list here, so you can keep track of whom you need to visit.

Here's my project for this week's Festival of Light. I was inspired by one of my sweet friend Hanneke's projects in the latest issue of Cards Only.



Supplies: Cardstock, clear stamps, button, ink: Papertrey Ink Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket Jolly by Golly Twine: Jillibean Soup Tools: Ellison Sparkle die, Spellbinders Nestabilities Scalloped Circles Large, EK Success circle punch, Martha Stewart Deep Edger Doily Trim punch Frosted bag: Emma's Paperie

Have a wonderful day, and enjoy the blog hop!

128 comments:

Ellen said...

Oh, hoe leuk is dit!!! Ziet er heel sfeervol uit...

Groetjes Ellen

Shantaie said...

Hi Ingrid, What a super luminary! The use of a frosted bag is such a great idea!

June Houck said...

Very pretty, Ingrid!

Cindy said...

Fabulous idea, Ingrid! So pretty!

Diane Jaquay said...

This is just AWESOME!! I'd love to make one of these :)

Wanda said...

So pretty. I love this. Thanks for the wonderful Idea!!!!

Kay Sibley said...

This is beautiful, Ingrid! I can see it elegantly placed on a fireplace mantle or on a holiday table. Very, very lovely!!! ♥♥ Kay

Beth said...

Ingrid this is gorgeous and such a clever idea love how you have decorated this bag and made it into a stunning light.

Je@net said...

Wat sfeervol Ingrid, mooi geworden joh!

Romy said...

Wat schattig! Heel mooi en sfeervol.

Hanneke said...

Helemaal gaaf geworden, Ingrid!!

xoxo

Brittney said...

Love how you decorated this bag; very nice.

Terry said...

Very pretty. Will have to give this a try.

Elaine A said...

Ingrid -

I love your project. It has a cool, wintery feel to it, and yet it has such a lovely warm glow!!

Elaine Allen

Dora said...

Wat een enorm mooi project heb je gemaakt, super hoor!

Floortje said...

Geweldig mooi, had toevallig vanmorgen die van Hanneke ook al bewonderd in de Cards Only.
Groetjes, Floortje

Jessie said...

So pretty and such a great idea! Love it!

Axes DesigNs said...

Oh! it is so cute!!!

Terrie B x said...

Ingrid this is `Gorgeous` TFI
Enjoy the rest of your Day:)x

MrsETaylor said...

This luminary is just perfect. Reminds me of the ones we make to put down our sidewalk on Christmas Eve. Thanks for the wonderful inspiration

Vicky Gould said...

This is sooo beautiful!

Karey said...

Enjoying the hop!

Crea Grea said...

Wauw, erg mooi gemaakt....
Groetjes Grea

BethieJ said...

Ingrid this is STUNNING!! What a GREAT idea!!!

Diana said...

This is a great idea.......it's a very sweet display.
Thanks for sharing
dj_enns@yahoo.com

Maggie said...

Ingrid,this is gorgeous, luv the soft feel of it :)
Thank you,
Maggie

http://whatwasoldisnewagain.blogspot.com said...

Ingrid,
Lovely, just lovely.
Myrna

jolan said...

oh wat een schattig zakje...... hoe is het met je dochter ik hoorde dat ze ziek is! groetjes Jolan

Laurie Marmon said...

great way to add light to your project. very pretty. thanks for sharing.

Lisette said...

Dit ziet er wel heel gezellig uit. xox

Anja (scrappie) said...

Zo leuk Ingrid prachtig gedaan en een superidee.

Regina Easter said...

wow wow this is gorgeous

Phyllis M. said...

Beautiful lighted luminary. Love the frosted bag and the decorating. Thanks for sharing. Phyllis M.

- - Sheryl - - said...

nice and frosty - a winter feel for sure

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing your luminary. smg
smgunderscoregdpathotmaildotcom

CherylP said...

Ingrid, this is beautiful! What a great idea!

ladyobie said...

I love the frosted bag.

Carla said...

Ingrid, what adorable colors and project! Should be quick to whip up, thanks!!

Whimcees said...

Very creative use of shapes and color! Great holiday project!

Barbara Diane

Loz (Aus) said...

I love it!! What a great idea!

Jana Eubank said...

Love the patterns, punched elements and twine together. CUTE!

iluvmybugs said...

Great luminary Ingrid and so festive!! TFS

Terry

dj1952 said...

Great job. I didn't realize it was a bag until you listed the recipe.

TFS,

dj1952

Heidie said...

Wat schitterend en sfeervol.Heel erg mooi.

groetjes Heidie

ScrappinT said...

I love the paper that you used! What a great idea!

Tamrah T. said...

Simply cute! Thank you for sharing.

Marie said...

This is very sweet and would make a cute gift thanks for sharing.

Scrap2day said...

Oh my goodness I adore this! So simple but beautiful!

VickieK said...

Soooo elegant and fun!

luccialtman said...

This luminary is so pretty!

Leonie Castro said...

NICE! can't wait to try! ty for the chance to win peachy keen stamps and for the subscription to Tech Jukie

Donna said...

Very pretty and a Merry Christmas

dawnie mc said...

I love this. luminarys are so sweet

Dayna said...

Very pretty light. Love the colors. Thanks for sharing!

Linda Lammers said...

Hey Inky,
Wat een super cute lichtje!!!!!!
Leuk ook je nieuwe header.
Liefs Lin

Krissa Brown said...

That is such a pretty luminary! Thanks for sharing your idea with us!

scrapblu said...

Love the bag! Looks very pretty! Sure wish I could see all these projects in person! I know the pictures are great but I bet everything looks better in person!
Thanks
Bonnie

Kristin G. said...

So cute! Hop Hop Hop

mary said...

How cute! Thanks for sharing.

khunter47 said...

Very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

Glennis said...

This is so cute - thanks for sharing

Suzeq4500 said...

Very pretty, great addition to the holidays.

*Kelly* said...

Beautiful! Great job!
bowserka@gmail.com

Elizabeth's Craft Creations said...

Thanks for the wonderful idea !

Karen said...

What a truly beautiful project Ingrid! Love the frosted look!

Shari said...

Ingrid, I just love the frosted bag you used - very pretty w/all the embellishments and great color choice. Thanks for sharing.

Cindylu2u said...

Wonderful ideal, very pretty!! I hope your neice has a wonderful birthday!!

lavendarrose29 said...

This is a sweet project. thanks for sharing.

Stephanie said...

Really great. I only wosh I had the time and talent to make them all.

candie said...

Just Beautiful!!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful luminary.
thanks for sharing
Ana
abalcarcel409@aol.com

susan m said...

I love this luminary! Thank you for sharing your talent with us!!

ters said...

Love the frosted bag. Great idea
tereas
ters@ncidata.com

KimCreate said...

Love your luminary! Cute!
KimCreate

ters said...

Joy like Mel's dyearama from July 09

Bugeyes said...

very creative


Bugeyes

www.deescraftycorner.blogspot.com

Debbie said...

All this variety is so great.

mekei said...

what a great style you have.

Lynn B said...

Very nice and pretty!

chriswooten57 said...

very beautiful ingrid. love it, thanks for sharing with us.

chriswooten57
mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

berg4 said...

Lovely luminary

pcrusberg said...

OMG! I love your project! Thanks, Pam
pcrusberg@aol.com

DeniseB said...

Very pretty! Love the frosted bag.
DeniseB

mswillie said...

very nice!! creative!!
Tina
twilliams7570@charter.net

Jacqui said...

Very clever idea. Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Love it!!

Kathy
kals@zoominternet.net

Anonymous said...

Love it!!

Kathy
kals@zoominternet.net

Donna said...

Very cute! Love the colors and looks easy to do!

Cassandra said...

Very beautiful!! I love using Velum...it makes everything look so expensive! Thank you for sharing your inspiration!
Hugs!
Cassandra
cvansyckle@gmail.com

Rachel said...

thanks for the pretty idea!

Kay said...

OoO...need to get a frosted bag now.TFS

Carol said...

so pretty, thanks for sharing.

schnuti said...

Hi Ingrid,


it looks sooooo cute.....thank you for the chance to win....;)

ILONA

mawmaw2-4 said...

I JUST LOVE ALL THIS! SO MUCH FUN! JOINED YOUR BLOG!

reneeporter7@yahoo.com

dee said...

The idea of the frosted bag is a great idea and love the colors you used. Thanks for sharing

sgute said...

This is very beautiful!

Jessica said...

What a lovely job Ingrid! Thanks for sharing!

String Fling said...

This is a really lovely luminary. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful holiday!

Sharon said...

This is a most beautiful luminary! The frosted bag idea is priceless! I love this!!! :)

KateB said...

totally awesome! Love the vintage with the CC and such! Am gonna have to try this one!

Stephanie said...

Very cute!
sbalow98@yahoo.com

Carol said...

so very nice!
Carol<><

beadz said...

That is so cute!
hugs,
Gini

chignon said...

The layering with the snowflake is wonderful. Great luminary!

Maria said...

This is so pretty!

Kim. said...

A lovely piece and I would never of thought of using a waxed bag. Great idea.
Kim xXx

Rosa said...

Very cute, it's just so darn cute I can see a few of these across a table as a center piece! Thanks for sharing.

¤*¤Marinette¤*¤ said...

Tout simplement superbe, bravo j'adore
Bizzz
marinette

Helen F. said...

I love the punch out effect on the pattern paper~~beautiful luminary, Ingrid!

SusanC said...

Nice & Christmas-sy Thanks.

String Fling said...

This is such a nice project, thanks for sharing!

Charo said...

What a cute project. Love it!

Meda said...

Very beautiful! I love your use of the border punch! Everything looks so detailed!