Sunday, July 3, 2011

Happy July 4th!

Hello!  For all of you celebrating July 4th, we're using our patriotic colors for this week's My Time Made Easy Challenge. For my entry today, I've used the Star of the Show template to creat this star shaped box to fill with some goodies.  To finish it off I used the polka dot paper from October Afternoon's 5 & dime collection.  The perfect little hostess gift for a July 4th get together!  I hope you all having a wonderful time with lots of family and friends.


Be sure to check out the design team member's creations as well:
  • Laurel - http://want2scrap.blogspot.com/
  • Lauren - http://laurenm.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/
  • Lisa -http://kindcreations.blogspot.com/
  • Lori - http://www.afternoons-delight.com/my_weblog/
  • Romaine - http://bumblesnbees.blogspot.com/
  • Sharon - http://theramblingsofafairy.blogspot.com/

Here's the detail on how the challenge works:

 
•You can use the palette on ANY type of project! While participation with products from My Time Made Easy ™ LLC is appreciated, it is not required to participate. You can use products from ANY company.

 
•Each week we will pick a winner from the palette participants and announce them the following week, when the next Pretty Palette Challenge is announced.

 
•The palette month will run from the 2nd Sunday of every month, to the 2nd Saturday of the following month, with the Winner announced that 2nd Sunday of the Palette Challenge.

 
PRIZE PACKAGE: Whoever plays along all month, in all 4 Palette Challenges within the month, will be entered to win a Pretty Package of THEIR Choice! Make sure on the 4th week of the challenge, that you leave a comment linking all 4 projects as well, so we are sure we do not miss you!

 

15 comments:

  1. this is the perfect 4th of July hostess gift!! though I'm not American, I do love the red, white and blue together and all the patriotic items. I just saw your lovely cards in the August issue! The digital magazine is up already :) You even got one in the colour challenge!! Wahooo!!! I strive to get one there :) LOVE all of them :) Hugs!!

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  2. Fabulous box, Lynn! Love the dots! Hope you have a wonderful, long weekend and Happy 4th to you and your family! :)

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  3. Super cute box Lynn :) Enjoy your 4th of July celebrations.

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  4. This is a perfect hostess gift! Love the way you tied the twine around the star! Beautiful job.

    Arlene.

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  5. Really cute. I love the idea as a hostess gift too.
    Have a great day.
    Judy

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  6. Super cute and super creative, I especially love the twine and tag.

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  7. That little box is adorable! That little tag on the diagonal is the perfect touch. I haven't branched out to paper crafts beyond cards yet but this might be the project that gets me to do it. :) Have a fab long weekend!

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  8. I love this SO much...even though I'm not an American. This really get me in the mood to sing the American anthem out loud (good thing my kids are not around--LOL:) Thanks for sharing this awesome creation of yours!

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  9. Love the patriotism on this project, Lynn! I may not be an American but I think this would be just at home over here :D
    Have a fabulous 4th of July!
    Hugs,
    Aimes
    x

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  10. Lynn, I LOVE this star box! LOVE it for July 4th especially with those colors and paper! Happy 4th to you!

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  11. This star shaped box really is perfect for the fourth! :> Hope you have an amazing fourth!

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  12. Sweet little gift box and just right for the July 4th celebrations :)
    Jenny x

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  13. Cute box, Lynn! Hope you have plans today that involve the perfect recipient for it. :) A bunch of firecrackers just went off and scaredy-cat dog is scratching at the door wanting in. Better go get her before she has a heart attack! :) Have a great evening!

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  14. Holy moly, this is fABULOUS! I just love that star template! Patriotic to the max!!!

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