Sunday, 15 March 2015

Doodlebug Door Hanger - SG CREATE Magazine

Hi my scrappy friends!! Today I'm sharing my first project for the March issue of CREATE Magazine. This door hanger was created for the "altered card/tag" challenge. The assignment was to use the card or the tag sketch and then create a "different" project. I chose the tag sketch and decided to create a door hanger using lots of Doodlebug (as Doodlebug was the featured Manufacturer for this CREATE issue):

I really loved this challenge! I used the tag sketch to create this “stt, I’m in a call” door hanger for my husband. He works at home and is often in a conference call in which we are not allowed to disturb him. For the base of the door hanger I chose one of Doodlebug’s “readymade” cards, opened it and cut a circle in it. Next I used some of their crushed velvet cardstock to make it a bit sturdier and embellished it with more Doodlebug products. I so love their bright colors! They make me happy! 

Love Doodlebug's owls!!

Supply list: Doodlebug Design: patterned paper, cardstock, create-a-card, letter stickers, stickers, brads, pixie (flag), twine; Ledent: twine; Die-Namics, Spellbinders: dies; K&Company: pen. 

And here's the tag sketch I used: 

If you haven't checked out the new issue (#13) of CREATE Magazine as yet, it's definitely worth your while to hop over!! 

Thank you so much for stopping by again today!


  1. Wat een leuke deurhanger heb je gemaakt en die kleuren echt vrolijk .
    Dat uiltje spreek mij ook erg aan.
    Fijne avond

  2. Hij is zó leuk! Echt een en al vrolijkheid!

  3. This is the cutest door hanger I have seen. Great altered tag challenge.

  4. This is just ADORABLE!!!!!!! LOVING the colors!!!!!!

  5. Adorable Monique! Fab layering and stitching! :)

  6. This turned out so fantastic and what a perfect idea to make this for your husband's door!!! So clever and you have used Doodlebug products in such pleasing and perfect ways!!! Love seeing you create with them again!!!

  7. Adorable, sorry, won't be commenting on everything, but checking them all out.