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52 Christmas Card Throwdown Theme Challenge – March 2018 – Santa

This week at 52CCC, we are asking you to make a card featuring Santa. For my card, I reconstructed some tags I made a couple of years ago featuring Tim Holtz’s stamps, dies, and embellishments. Some of the products I used include: Tim Holtz Sizzix Tattered Pinecone Dies, Tim Holtz Sizzix Die Mini Snowflake Rosettes, Tim Holtz Santa Sketch Christmas Stamp u2-1279, Rock Candy glaze, distress inks, Christmas tags, and more.
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Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – 17 March 2018 – No patterned paper

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Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Design Team’s challenge this week is to make a card using no patterned paper. I decided to create my own background door by using various rectangle cuts of card stock. Once the door was finished, I added a Christmas Wreath die by Tim Holtz and a brad for the doorknob. I even created a tag on the wreath using the vintage Santa stamp on Shrinky Dinky plastic. The inside of my card reads, “Merry Christmas from Our Home to Yours.”

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I look forward to see your creations.

52 Christmas Card Throwdown Colour Challenge – March 2018 – Red and Kraft

For this week’s 52 CCT the design team is challenging you to make a card using kraft and red. I have created a card using various Tim Holtz products: stamps, dies, distress ink, stickles and more.
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Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge – 3 March 2018 – Vintage or Shabby Chic

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Crafthazelnut’s Christmas Challenge Design Team has selected Vintage or Shabby Chic as this week’s theme. I repurposed a couple of Christmas Tags I made a year ago using various Tim Holtz materials: stamps, dies, ink, glitter, stickles, mirror, tinsel and more.

shabby chic

I look forward to seeing everyone’s Christmas projects.

52 Christmas Card Throwdown Challenge – March 2018 – Sketch

Once again the 52 CCC design team is looking for a sketch. This one was developed by our talented Fabiola. I, for one, based my card off to the idea of the sketch. I used a rectangle vs a partial circle, a gear vs the star, and a portrait layout vs a horizontal one. For this card I used various Tim Holtz products including: stamps, dies, ink, embellishments, and embossing folders.

soldier sketch

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