Sunday, December 27, 2020

12 Days of Christmas - Day 3 - I Love Math Challenge #18

 


Hello everyone and welcome to 3rd Day of my 12 Days of Christmas Series and a new I Love Math Challenge! :o)


This is our eighteenth challenge. If you're new to my blog, you can find all about the challenge here.

Yes, this challenge should start earlier this month, but it wasn't possible for me to prepare everything earlier, so it's starting today.

My AMAZING Designers Collaborators are on a break from this challenge, to take a well deserved rest from everything at the end of this year. :o)

IMPORTANT: This challenge will last only one month.


I picked a theme for this challenge and it's Christmas/Winter MATH Project.

Christmas/Winter Themed any kind of project: card, layout, box, mixed media... Project must have visible mathematical element/elements: numbers, shapes, lines, formulas, spirals... it can be a box... it can be inspired by some mathematician... There are infinite possibilities. :o)


And here is my take on the challenge: Sour Cream Container Christmas Gift Box . :o)


To make this Christmas Gift Box, I was inspired with a project I created last year: Sour Cream Containers Advent Calendar.

My math elements are:


How I made this Christmas Gift Box... 

First I folded the container. I found great photo tutorial here.

I used 3" x 6" patterned paper and folded a cream container following the tutorial. I left one side of the container unglued and open to fill it later.

I glued a sticker on a white cardstock paper scrap, cut out the circle, glued 3-D foams on the back of the circle and embellished the container with it.

On the unglued part, I pierced a hole with a crafting needle, placed a decorative brad through the hole and my gift box was finished.

Really easy and fun to make. It's a cute way to give a tiny gift to someone. It can be filled with treats, cookie, puzzles... :o)

List of supplies:
  • Crafter's Companion Bebunni Christmas 6" x 6" Designer Paper Pad
  • white cardstock paper
  • Christmas sticker (bought at the local store DM)
  • decorative brad
  • double sided adhesive tape
  • 3-D square foam 5 x 5 x 2 mm
  • Fiskars High Precision Personal Paper Trimmer
  • bone folder
  • scissors
  • crafting needle



Now it's your turn...

Create a Christmas/Winter Themed any kind of project: card, layout, box, mixed media... Project must have visible mathematical element/elements: numbers, shapes, lines, formulas, spirals... it can be a box... it can be inspired by some mathematician... There are infinite possibilities. :o)


More details about the challenge...

Challenge Starts: December 27th, 2020, 10:00 PM CET (UTC +1)

Challenge Ends: January 27th, 2021, 9:55 PM CET (UTC +1)

IMPORTANT: This challenge will last only one month.

Challenge rules:
  1. Math: Anything Goes
  2. Project: Anything Goes
  3. Theme: Christmas/Winter
  4. Design: any design
  5. Create a Christmas/Winter Themed any kind of project: card, layout, box, mixed media... Project must have visible mathematical element/elements: numbers, shapes, lines, formulas, spirals... it can be a box... it can be inspired by some mathematician... There are infinite possibilities. :o)
  6. The challenge is opened Worldwide (+18), except for minors.
  7. You don't have to be a Math Lover to join this challenge. :o)
  8. Your creation must be new. Please do not link creation that has been posted prior to the day the challenge started.
  9. Projects must be handmade!
  10. Any stamp company/artist is welcome.
  11. Any craft supply company/artist is welcome.
  12. You must be my blog follower through Blogger.
  13. Mention the challenge in your blog post and link back to the challenge.
  14. Display Challenge badge in your blog post.
  15. Link up as many projects as you want.
  16. You are welcome to combine your project to as many challenges as you want.
  17. No blog hop and direct selling links are allowed here.
  18. Link your direct blog post and not your entire blog, so we could locate your creation.
  19. Please turn off word verification.
  20. Prior you enter the challenge and add your link to Inlinkz, please read Challenge Rules and Privacy Notice (shared at the bottom of this post below Inlinkz).
  21. Have fun!

I reserve the right to remove links that do not comply with challenge rules.

Prize: 
One Jane's Doodles stamp set of winner's choice.
I will select four favorite projects (TOP 4) from all entries, which will be featured here on my blog on January 31st, 2021, during the day.
Among TOP 4, there will be a random draw (using Random.org) for one lucky winner who will then receive the prize. :o)
Winner has to confirm the prize in a week, by February 7th, 2021, 11:59 PM, CET (UTC +1)Unconfirmed prize will be redrawn and given to another TOP 4.
If there will be 4 or less entries to the challenge, all projects will be considered as TOP projects.


I hope you'll like the new challenge theme, get inspired and join with your Math creations. I can't wait to see what you'll create. :o)

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me. Just leave me a comment on this blog post or send me an e-mail.


Thank you for stopping by and your kind feedback! Enjoy and smile! :o)


Milka 

 


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10 comments:

  1. Such beautiful box!! Love so much that patterned paper and the cute medallion with reindeers!
    Thanks for another I Love Math Challenge!
    Hugs

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  2. I love your pretty gift box! Beautiful patterned paper and embellishments!
    I will be giving your math challenge some thought and see if I can come up with a project!

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  3. Looks like fun, Milka! I shall make something for your challenge! Thank you for inspiring with your beautiful gift box, too nice to open!

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  4. your box is super cute!
    Love it!
    I will try to play :)

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  5. Hi Milka, I heard about the earthquake in your zone! Hope you and yours are well and safe!
    Hugs

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  6. Your box is superb! I love and always wait for this fun challenge!
    Wishing you and your family a very Happy , healthy and safe New Year!

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  7. What a wonderful thing to do with the beautiful pattern paper

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  8. Lovely project, Milka! I am excited to take part in your Math Challenge this time. I usually miss it, but I have an idea this time. :) Now if I can just get it made! LOL...
    Thank you for this fun challenge.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  9. Hvala za nov izziv. Upam, da se uspem pridružiti.

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