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.
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This week, the Design Team at CHNCC, is looking for a Quick and Easy card. I have a number of pre-coloured images. (I like to do a number of stamped images, then colour them while I watch television) I picked Copic coloured digi stamp image from Delicious Doodles called, A Robin’s Christmas. Next, I grabbed some Christmas cardstock scraps from my stash and layered the card, The sentiment was a pre-printed one.
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This week at C.R.A.F.T. invites you to show us your handmade embellishments. To make my card I started with an adorable clear stamp/die set from Sweet n Sassy called, Snowman Soup. I started by stamping the snowmen and colouring them with my Copics. Next I die cut them out and set aside. I also made a small rosette by cutting a long strip of cardstock and using my score board scored a line every other indent. Next I fan folders the strip, joined the ends and glued one of the diecut snowmen in the center for stability. Once I had all my pieces together I assempled my card. I used one of the sentiments from the same stamp set.
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This week the CHCC Design Team is looking for a Christmas with a tree or lots of trees. I decided to use a wonderful digi stamp called, “A Robin’s Christmas” by Delicious Doodles. I spot coloured the image with my Copic markers and clear stickles.
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Hello Everyone. For the month of February, I am in charge of the challenges for the52 Christmas Card Throwdown. The sketch above is just a guideline, but you are welcome to modify it to suit your card design. While the sketch shows a design for an A2 card in landscape format, you can make your card any size or shape. In my example, I used a square vs an oval, snowflakes vs stars, and patterned papers vs solid papers.
For the main image, I used a digital stamp by Delicious Doodles called, A Robin’s Christmas. I coloured it with Copic markers. I used 3 snowflakes dies from Tim Holtz’s Snowflake Thinlites. The sentiment is from Sweet n Sassy, Cardinal Christmas. The cardstock and gems are from my stash.
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