Wednesday, December 14

German Bells Blog Candy

So I mentioned some time ago that I will be giving away some blog candies this month of December.  Sorry it took a while as I was busy with my new job and such.  But I haven't forgotten about my promise!

Two days ago, I first blogged about the German Bell, which was shared to me by another crafty friend.  In fact, I just made another four from a sheet of 12x12 cardstock:

Yesterday, I made a German Bell Tutorial, which you can see here

And today, you will start making one. 

I have said several times already that it is VERY EASY to make a German Bell.  That's why I'd like you to try to make at least one.  And then post your GERMAN BELL BLOG ENTRY LINK (do not post your entire blog's link) to the linky tool at the bottom of this blog post.  I will only allow ONE ENTRY PER PARTICIPANT, as the blog candy will run for only two weeks.  I will draw the winner via Random.Org on December 25. 

Embellish it, twist it...  I'd love to see what you'll come up with!

And yes... the prizes.  They can be something you can use to preserve those precious Christmas 2011 memories:

Christmas 8 x 8 Portfolio/Scrapbook Album
by Making Memories

Christmas Garland Kit
by Making Memories

Christmas Clear Stamp Set
by Making Memories

Deadline to share your very own German Bell will be on December 24th at 11:59 pm.  I will announce the winner on Christmas Day.  And the prizes will definitely be mailed the following Monday, December 26th.

I can't wait to see your take on this project.  How exciting!


Maryann Laursen said...

WOW that´s awesome hun, so I´d better get my fingers out and go and make at least one then ha ha ha.
Thanks sooo much for always being sooo generous here Joan.
Have a wonderful day/week and lots of fun too.

Laura said...

You Rock!

franzesjoi said...

great candy! :)

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ShersL84bed said...

This was a fun challenge. I haven't seen these before, thank you for the tutorial. I posted my photo of my project and entered.

paperpapier said...

it is fun making this ornament...! I enjoy it and glad I have learned something new. Thanks Joan for sharing the tutorial.
Merry Christmas to you and your family!
warm hugs,