Friday, October 10, 2014

Neon Lights.

The challenge over at Merry Monday
is Neon Colours.
I couldn't think of a darn thing to use  for this
so was going to pass up on it.
Then I saw my pal Di had commented that she had
the same reservations and was going to resort to
rushing out and buying some post it notes in neon colours.
Just as I was reading this I glanced at my desk and lo and behold
what did I spy
Yes Miss Di your a life saviour!
Di even gave me some ideas too.
As the strips were only thin I pulled out my miniature punches
to see if anything fitted.
I found tiny Christmas trees and leaves.
Decided to go with the leaf punch and create a wreath.
I had a Christmas sentiment to use by Papermania
and whilst having a rummage in the ink pad drawer found a
stamp pad I had bought ages ago under the guise of
'That will come in handy one day'
Well todays THE DAY!
Also found at the bottom of a pile of stash some
bright purple and pink cardboard packaging I had also saved
for that rainy day
Well it RAINED TODAY!
So many hours later
here is my Neon Christmas Card.
I used a white card blank which I layered up
with purple and then pink cardboard
and finally white card stock.
Loads of leaves punched to make the wreath.
Ribbon and gems from my stash.
Entering into the following challenges:
Merry Monday Christmas #129 Neon colours.
Crafty Hazelnuts Extra # Christmas cards.
Christmas Card Challenge #45  Layered up.
Fab 'n'Funky#232 Anything with ribbon.
Top Tip Tuesday# Non-traditional Christmas.
City Crafter #232 Leaves.
Ooh -La La Creations #166 Use a bow.
Love To Scrap #39 Anything goes.
 


Still haven't repurposed the Whisky bottle!
 

 
 
 

33 comments:

Bonnie said...

You have embraced the neon! When I read Di's post, I thought about the neon sticky notes that I have stashed around the house and realized that I could have used some of them. They sure do make a pretty wreath! Thanks for sharing this with us at Merry Monday!

Carol said...

This looks wonderful Mrs A, great use of those post its. Looking forward to seeing your whisky bottle...I've just emptied a Bailey's bottle this evening (no not from full lol) and it's on my to do list! Carol x

Carol said...

This looks wonderful Mrs A, great use of those post its. Looking forward to seeing your whisky bottle...I've just emptied a Bailey's bottle this evening (no not from full lol) and it's on my to do list! Carol x

Di said...

Oh well done Mrs A! Absolutely great use of those little neon Post-its and such a beautiful card as a result. Clever sausage!

Hugs

Di xx

Createology said...

Isn't it amazing when we use what we have! Lovely "Neon" wreath. Dare to Delight...

Kristie Goulet said...

What a great idea to use neon post-its. You created a very pretty wreath. Thank you for joining us at Merry Monday!

Irene said...

Hello Mra A

A brilliant idea to use post it notes.

A wonderful and stunning wreath card.

luv
irene
xxx

Liz said...

Great idea to use neon Post-it notes! Love the design of your card. I'm sure I bought a pad of neon paper in the distant past. Seemed a good idea at the time. LOL! Perhaps today is the time to dig it out...... xx

Ros Crawford said...

What a lovely card this is!! Great neon leaves! Thanks so much for playing along at CCCB!!

Sue - said...

What a great use of the post-its! Your card is gorgeous and what patience to cut and stick all those little leaves!

Sid said...

Both bright and delightful !!

aussie aNNie said...

This is just fabulous creation, awesome colours, and goodies used.xxx
aNNie xx

The Journey is the Start

Sandra H said...

Stunning Mrs A l love neon colours the brightness of these colours are gorgeous xx

laurie said...

That was SO clever! I couldn't find a thing neon. Your card is awesome!

Zue said...

This is really pretty.....neon is not easy to work with. Well done, Val!
Zue xxxx

Stella said...

Bright and happy; and a great take on our challenge! Thanks so much for joining us at CCCB!

Kathleen said...

Wow this is certainly a fabulous take on the challenge, brilliant idea, perfectly executed.

Kath x

Sue said...

Gorgeous colours Mrs A! huggles Sue xx

Faye Wynn-Jones said...

Well, it's loud and very neon, but very pretty x

Brenda in IN said...

I love it when I find a use for something I bought years ago with no particular thing in mind for it. You created a beautiful card with a little of this and that of found items. What a wonderful card this turned out to be. I love that neon wreath.

Maarit at Violets Corner said...

Very clever make, love the zingy neon colours Mrs A.

Warm hugs
Maarit

Greta said...

Absolutely wonderful "neon" card! Love your wreath, Mrs. A--so creative!

Karren said...

What a clever, clever idea! You would never guess your wreath was made from Post-its! Fabulous card! Thanks so much for joining us at Merry Monday.

Hettie said...

Wow that is one bright C Day card! Great take on the challenge.
Now I presume you have drunk the whiskey?
Did you enjoy your worms earlier?
xx

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

So beautiful, thanks for sharing with us at CCCB!

SARN said...

Good heavens . . . you did a fab job . . . I do have my sunshades on tho! xxx

Lisa S. said...

This is so clever, love the neon colors! Thanks for playing along at Top Tip Tuesday.

JD/ Jill said...

I have to admit it, that challenge had me totally stumped! But not you, a perfect card for the challenge...Looks like it was a lot of work with all that punching...but it turned out really cute...great job!

Michelle said...

A beautiful creation. Lovely colours - thank you for joining us this time at Love to Scrap Challenge Blog and good luck - Michelle x

Helen said...

Very clever - a great card in non-traditional colours.

Thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky.

Helen x

Karen Petitt said...

You have the patience of a Saint! It must have taken forever to punch all those leaves. I really clever Crimbo creation and I love what you did to create it Karen x

Hazel said...

That just proves that it's worth keeping things because they might come in handy one day! Thank you for sharing your lovely crafting for my CHNC challenge extra for October - hope to see you again soon x

Helen said...

Beautiful project.

Thanks for joining us at Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra.

Helen x