This week the Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge Design team is looking for a Christmas project and included plaid, checked or gingham. I created this little cutie using my Cricut and a digi SVG file called, Stacked Winter Raccoon by Jamie and Jenn SVG. I added a plaid hat and scarf using card stock from my stash.
I look for to seeing everyone’s cards! Join us each week for a new Christmas challenge!
Hello everyone, Myrna here. For the September Colour challenge, I invite you to make a Black and White card. I picked a B&W digis called Crofter’s Cabin by Delicious Doodles. I layered the images on white, black and white cardstock.
Please join us each week and let us help you build your Christmas card stash foe 2019.
Hello everyone, Myrna here. I am in charge of September Challenges. For my first challenge, I have created a sketch. I used a stamp and die set from Stampedous called, Owl be Home. I coloured the image with Copics. I stamped the branch on the main card front and the owls on a separate page. I die cut out the owls with the matching dies. I made a half-circle, then cut the branch along the edge and inserted the circle behind the branch. I added the owl family to the branch, 2 ribbons and stamped the sentiment.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s work. Join us each week to help build your 2019 Christmas card stash.
This week’s challenge at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge we are looking for a card using some patterned paper. I used paper from Echo Park. The digi is by Tiddly Inks called Winterlights – Wray. I coloured the image with Copics and fussy cut it out.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s Christmas 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