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C.R.A.F.T. Challenge 495 – 13th of December – Anything Goes

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Here we are at the last challenge of the year and as the last challenge, we are running it for the next 3 weeks. The final challenge is totally open and anything goes. I made an adorable little “Woof” dog card (SVG) designed by The Cutting Cafe.

I used the SVG cut file from The Cutting Cafe and my Cricut Air Explore machine to make the card. I cut various dog themed papers from my stash, plus to stamped dogs to decorate.

woof card

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C.R.A.F.T. Challenge 494 – 6th of December – Christmas, the last stretch

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The C.R.A.F.T. Design Team is trying to help you get those last minute Christmas cards finished so we are challenging you to make a Christmas card. Once again I am using this adorable digi stamp called, December 26 by The Paper Shelter. I coloured him using Copic markers and added him to a scalloped edged die cut.

dec26

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C.R.A.F.T. Challenge 493 – 29th of November – Sketch

For the last C.R.A.F.T. sketch of 2018, I decided to use some of my flower dies with a simple teacup digi from Dr, Digi’s House of Stamps. I started by printing the digi cup on patterned cardstock. To add dimension, I added a similar tone to add shadow and water to the cup, glue it to the card front and added flowers and leaves to resemble a bouquet of flowers. I added the inked Hello friend sentiments from SSS.

cup

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C.R.A.F.T. Challenge 492 – 22nd of November – Make Your Own Embellishment

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This week at C.R.A.F.T. invites you to show us your handmade embellishments. To make my card I started with an adorable clear stamp/die set from Sweet n Sassy called, Snowman Soup. I started by stamping the snowmen and colouring them with my Copics. Next I die cut them out and set aside. I also made a small rosette by cutting a long strip of cardstock and using my score board scored a line every other indent. Next I fan folders the strip, joined the ends and glued one of the diecut snowmen in the center for stability. Once I had all my pieces together I assempled my card. I used one of the sentiments from the same stamp set.

snowman soup

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C.R.A.F.T. Challenge 491 – 15th of November – Christmas

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This week the C.R.A.F.T. team is looking for a Christmas themed project. In my travels, I came across a wonderful stamp store in Campbellford, Ontario called, Holiday Geese by The Frog’s Whiskers. I even met the stamp designer/artist and purchased a number of her stamps. I coloured the geese with my Copic Markers and added clear and gold stickles for the added drama. I layered the image on cardstock from my stash.

cdn geese

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