Tuesday, November 19, 2013

More Charger Plates

In yesterday's post, I showed you the first of the three chargers I created as my DT project for Creative Cutting Challenge.  Well, I had a four pack of chargers so I had to create three more!  And here they are.
 
These will be given as gifts and donated for an upcoming charity auction.  
So very fun to make...I'll be on the look out for discounted ones after Christmas...so I can make more!  If you'd like to make your own, you can purchase the SVG cut files for all of these chargers at my online STORE (along with over 150 other files).  
Entered Into the Following Challenges:
USE IT TUESDAY--STICK IT (Bought the chargers on clearance two Christmases ago!)

10 comments:

Paper Squirrel said...

Beautiful! What fantastic SVG files too!

Roberta Swisher said...

What a fabulous idea! Hmmm, I have some chargers and some vinyl....looks like I know what I'm doing soon! Thanks for the inspiration!!
Thanks so much for sharing this week at HIMCR. We hope to see you back very soon!
hugs--
Roberta
Hiding in My Craft Room Design Team
Queen Bee Paper Crafts

Valentina said...

Love them all! thanks for sharing at Use it tuesday!

Winnie and Patty said...

Wow, what great charger plates! You're doing a great job with these! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends blog challenge!

Wendy L said...

Great gift idea, thanks for joining us at Allsorts this week. xxxx

tampatha said...

these are really really great! I love that they are for a charity auction. Someone is really going to enjoy these :)
thanks for joining us at Use It Tuesday this week.
Tammy DT

Shell B. said...
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Shell B. said...

Wonderful project, perfect for a christmas present!

Glad that you could join us for the Challenge at CAGI, good luck.....hope to see you back soon!
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Shell in Alaska ~ CAGI DT
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Mrs A. said...

I'm not familiar with the term charger plates so looked back on your previous post to see how/what had been done. You managed to eyeball the spacing very expertly round the plates with a very impressive result. Thank you for joining in at Craft My Life this challenge. hugs Mrs A. (D.T.)

Mrs A. said...

I'm not familiar with the term charger plates so looked back on your previous post to see how/what had been done. You managed to eyeball the spacing very expertly round the plates with a very impressive result. Thank you for joining in at Craft My Life this challenge. hugs Mrs A. (D.T.)