For our final 2019 Challenge, the 52 Christmas Card Throwdown Challenge Design Team invites you to do any challenge from 2018. The final challenge of 2018 was to pick any challenge from a previous year, so I picked Nutcracker from November 2017. I used my Cricut Explorer Air and an adorable SVG fine from My Scrap Chick called, appropriately “Nutcracker”. The challenge will run the full month.
I look forward to seeing your final card of 2019. Remember to join us next year – it is never too early to start your 2020 Christmas Card Stash.
This week at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge we are looking for stocking. I think of tockings and automatically think of the stocking were hung by the fire with care…. I used my Cricut and a lovely Fireplace 3D box card by My Scrap Chick. I cut it out using various cardstock from my stash and embossed the fireplace with a brick-patterned embossing folder.
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This week’s challenge at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge is to make a card for someone special. I have always loved Terriers. The Scottie Dog to me is the most recognized terrier silhouette. I own a little Westie. In my lifetime, I have owned an Airdale, Irish, 3 Yorkies, and now a Westie.
I designed a card for a follow terrier lovers. I used the Scottie Card SVG Jamie and Jenn Designs. The Sentiment is from Lawn Fawn.
Have fun. I look forward to seeing everyone’s project!
This month the Simply Create Too Challenge #153 is to make a card/project with no twists! I needed to make an extra special Happy 40th Birthday card. I found a great SVG file called 30 Candles from 3DCuts. The SVG template can be made to any size card. I added an additional 40 candles. I made the card using my Cricut machine and thought it would be a fairly simple and fast card to make, but in the end, there were over 245 pieces!
Please join the challenge. It runs for one month Sept. 6-27/2019