and as it's the last challenge we have the theme of
YOUR FAVOURITE PTW CHALLENGE
Well with so many amazing challenges over so many amazing years thanks to our amazing leader Dawny P - it was sooooooo hard to narrow it down so I bottled it and went for something seasonal for a special person in my life and chose the theme
LET IT SNOW
and here's what I did
Most of the DT will be having a prize giveaway of their own on their posts today and I too have a mystery prize to give to one commenter on my post - but you do have to enter the challenge as well in order to win the prizes. All winners will be picked by each DT member from the comments left on their own posts and announced next week on the main PTW challenge winner post.
Before I sign off I would just like to take the opportunity to thank Dawny and ALL the team at Papertake Weekly for all they have done and for giving me the chance to work alongside such a fabulous talented bunch of crafty girls - THANK YOU.
Thank you too for popping by and for all your continued support and encouragement - I really do appreciate it.
Don't be shocked but I'm here today to share a couple of non-DT cards I made at the weekend - some last minute Festive makes!!!!
And I will have a few more to share before we head off to Centre Parcs in The Lake District for a relaxing Christmas break - just me, my DH, Jack and my MiL - but we will be doing Christmas all over again next Monday with all the kids and my gorgeous Grandchildren :o)
I made 4 of this style - super simple and it's one of my most favourite Christmas images
and another design - same colour and same image just a different size and LO
After my marathon ironing session yesterday - 7 hours in total!!!! I am thrilled to say that today is the first day in many weeks months that I don't have any specific jobs to do - so I think I will have a lazy PJ day catching up with my bloggy friends whilst watching some Christmas movies and maybe eating a few choccies :o)
Mine was spent with my beautiful Grandchildren visiting a certain man in a big red suit - totally magical - just as it should be at their age.
I can hardly believe there is just over a week to go - and still sooooooooo much to do - hoe you are more organised than I seem to be this year!!!!
Anyway I am really here to share my DT make for the new challenge over at
and as today is our very own lovely leader Dawny P's birthday the theme is
Here's what I did:
I also have some very sad news to share - next week will be the very last challenge from
Papertake Weekly - after 8 fabulous years we have decided the time is right to finish and we will be going out with a mahooooosive bang next week.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dawny P for giving me the chance to work alongside some amazingly talented ladies - it has been a huge honour to be part of this team - a true highlight in my little crafty journey - THANK YOU xx
I should be tucking in to either some scummy lunch or another cup of coffee and cake whilst you are reading this - as I am meeting my lovely DT buddies Kat and Sue from In the Pink and I am so excited :o)
But the real reason I'm here today is to share my DT make for the new challenge over at