Papericious October Challenge | Make it Festive

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Hello Crafty Friends!

Swati here from Swati’s Crafting World, Guwahati. I am very excited as this is my first post as DT Member & it’s a dream come true.
I & Chirali Shah are hosting the next challenge for the month of October. To motivate & inspire you we’ve some festive creations for you based on the Challenge theme.


October Challenge - Make it Festive!
Please note - The main focus should be on Papericious products and do mention the products.

Challenge Rules:

1. You can create any project - Altered Items, 3D projects, Home Decor, Cards, Layouts, Mini Albums, Scrapbooks, etc.
2. Remember that you need to use Papericious Products as your main focus to qualifying for the win.
3. The last date of submission of your projects is 9th November, 2018 at 11:55pm IST.
4. Please go through the general guidelines HERE before you link up your projects. Any project not following the rules will be disqualified and it will not be eligible for the prize.

Prizes:
Now onto the exciting part, the prizes! Papericious will be giving away TWO prizes every month:

· The DT will be selecting a Merit Winner at the end of every challenge who will stand a chance to win a gift voucher worth INR 500 from the Papericious Store.

· We will also be having a Random Winner from all the entries who enter their projects every month to win a Papericious 6"x 6" Pattern Paper Pad.

Everyone gets an equal chance here, so whether you are a novice or an experienced crafter, all are welcome to play along with our challenges.


Isn’t this wonderful? On to my creations:

To inspire you, I’ve crafted some festive wonders based on the Challenge theme.

Following are the three things I’ve prepared:
1. Exploding Box having a Gift Case inside.
2. The Wooden Box.
3. Envelopes.

Exploding Box having a Gift Case inside :
It’s a quintessential box for any occasion. A box that doesn't literally explode, it just falls open. Who doesn't want one? It’s an all new way to present a present. The box has a small case inside, which can be used to store chocolates or any gift items. Pictures & write-ups can also be added to flaps of the case.
I’ve made this box using Indie Chic paper pack; I’ve always had some special love for these papers as they are very beautiful & vibrant. I’ve also added the Gift Shaker Chippi on the top of the box & inside the Shaker. To add a cherry on the cake, I’ve added Papericious Sequins, which gives it a flawless appearance.





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The Wooden Box :

The wooden boxes are the ideal gifts for any occasion. They’re multi- purpose box, can be used to store chocolates, gifts, messages, etc.
To make this box, I’ve used a MDF Box & painted it in orange colour. On the top of the box, I’ve brought Ethereal Paper Pack into play. For decorating the box I’ve used portraits of Ganesh Ji & Laxmi Ji which I made by printing the outline of the same, coloured them using colour pens & covered them using Papericious Crystal Clear for giving it a shiny look.



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Money Envelopes:

Since our theme for the month is “Make it Festive” the first thing that struck my mind was money envelopes. They are something that are used in almost every seasons and festivals. I’ve created these envelopes in the shades of pink, orange, for which I’ve used the Ethereal Paper Pack, & decorated it using the fussy portrait cuttings of Ganesh Ji which I made by printing the outline of the same, & coloured them using colour pens & for giving it a lustrous look, covered them using Papericious Crystal Clear.






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Now onto the awesome creation by Chirali Shah. This is how Chirali has described her take: 
As we are in the middle of the festive season and our challenge theme is also related to the festivals, I decided to go for something cute and instant home decor idea, which will be loved by the kids.
Here it is, ‘Paper Rockets’ :




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Hope you guys will join us this month. We would love to see your gorgeous creations using Papericious products.

Happy Crafting!
Love,
Swati Nahata


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