For the final challenge of 2018, it is a pick a previous challenge from 2017. Just to make things more complicated, I selected the May Theme Challenge 2012 – Nativity. I used the stamp and die set from Stampin Up (retired) called, Night in Bethlehem. I made everything monochromatic using black – grey - silver – white. Because the sentiment is in the inside, I included a photo of it as well.
This challenge runs all month. Thank you for joining us this year and we look forward to seeing more of your fabulous creations in 2019!
For our 52CCT Challenge, the design team is looking for a little glitz and glamour, so our Stash Challenge we want to see Ribbon and Glitter! I started with this adorable snowman from MFT (retired) Pure Innocence Happy Heart Snowman. I stamped and coloured him with Copics. Next, I put a small amount of white glue on my craft mat, added a drop of water, then using a small paint brush, brushed glue over the snowman. Before it dried, I dumped Ranger diamond dust glitter on it, lightly tapped the back and voila! The extra glitter which was on a dry sheet of paper was poured back into the bottle. I punched a large round hole into a wood textured paper, mounted the snowman behind the opening, add ribbon and assembled it on a blank A2 card.
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The 52CCT Theme Challenge is to make a card using a snowglobe. I created my snowglobe by die-cutting a snowglobe frame using Creative Expressions Craft Dies by Sue Wilson – Festive Collection – Snow Globe. Next, I printed a digi stamp by Heart Snowman by Dilly Beans Stamps. I coloured him with Copics, then using the same die, cut the image out to fit the centre of the globe. I die cut the bottom of the snowglobe and manually cut out the lacey band and glued it in light pearl silver onto the shiny silver base. I also diecut a circle of vellum to add over the snowman image to make it look like a snowglobe.
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The 52 Christmas Card Throwdown Design Team has a Colour Challenge – Pink, Blue, and Green. I used one of my favourite digi stamps called, “Hangin’ with my Gnomies”, by Whimsey Doodles. I coloured the gnomes in pinks, backed it in blues, add blue snowflakes, and pretty pastel ornament paper from Kaisercraft.
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This week at 52CCC, we are looking for a Christmas based on the sketch above. For the large circle, I used a wonderful stamp by Hobby Art Stamps – Just a Bear. The sentiment tag and star are from my stash. I used a little Copic colour on the bear, fussy cut him out and assembled him on the card. This was a quick to make card taking less than 10 minutes.
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