This week the Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge Design Team challenges you to make a card with the sentiment as the focal point. I used a number of different elements to this card. I started with a debossed background. Next, I used smooshed technique and die cut a frame. I used a Joy sentiment with a nativity design as the “O”. The final detail was adding a ribbon to bring the overall design together
I look forward to seeing everyone’s designs.
For all our challenges here at Crafty Hazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge, we encourage you to use your patterned paper. All to often we card crafters have a tendency to hoard our patterned paper. For my card, I used a wonderful SVG file from Dreaming Tree Designs called For the Ladies. The sentiment is from Gina K.
I look forward to seeing your patterned paper put to good use.
This is my final challenge for September. I am ending with the Technique Challenge. There are many fabulous YouTube, Pinterest, Google tutorials about how to make an Easel or Tri-fold card. If you have any questions, please feel to contact me directly.
For my card, I broke out my Cricut and a great SVG Easel card by My Scrappy Chick called Snowman and Friend. The sentiment is from Penny Black. I inked the edges of the white cardstock on the snowman to give him a little more dimension.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s take on a multi-folded card.
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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!
Another great challenge from Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge. This week we are looking for the word Joy to appear somewhere on your project. I used my Cricut Explore Air and a cute SVG from My Scrappy Chick’s, Everyday Girl Snowflake. I made one small mistake and missed one piece of her hair, however, I think it looks fine as is. I created the sentiment on my computer and outlined it for a more funky feel
I look forward to seeing your projects. Have fun!