For this week’s Colour Challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown we are looking for a card made with one metallic and one colour. I selected gold and black as my metallic and colour. Crafting friends of mine have started their own Canadian Crafting Company. Currently, their own uniquely designed dies are limited editions and are sold to friends and family only. I purchased a number of their dies and they are all fabulous. This one is simply called Christmas Antler. The Sentiment die is from Dee’s Distinctively Die.
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This week we are looking for Christmas card based on a sketch by 52CCTC
Design Team member EK. To make my card I started with using one of my sunshine burst dies. Once I paper pieced it together, I cut it on the diagonal. I layered it on matching patterned paper and added a large 2.5 inch circle cut with a round punch. The sentiment is from Technique Tuesdays. I added The manger image is a rubber stamp from Hambo called, “Manger”. I coloured the image with Copics.
We look forward to seeing your Christmas Cards and helping you build your 2019 CC stash!
This week at the 52CCT the Design Team is looking for an Embossed Background. Using a SVG file from My Scrap Chick called, Christmas Quick Card Bundle I made my card using my Cricut machine. Before assembling, I embossed the top card. With the center deer cut out, I made a second card.
I made a second card with the positive cutout!
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This week at 52CCT the Design Team is looking for a GingerBread Man. For my card I used an adorable digital stamp by My Scrap Chick, called Gingerbabies. There are 5 digis included in the bundle and I used the bowls and single ginny. I coloured the image with Copic markers and added a little glossy accents to highlight the heart.
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For the Colour Challenge, Our Design Team member Goga has selected White and Gold. I also added black to the mix. Crafting friends of mine have started their own Canadian Crafting Company. Currently, their own uniquely designed dies are limited editions and are sold to friends and family only. I purchased a number of their dies and they are all fabulous. This one is simply called Christmas Carolers. I used a song patterned paper in gold and white and added 3 gold snowflakes Note: The die is a wonderful large die fitting perfect on my A2 card.
We look forward to seeing your cards.