This week the CHNCC Design Team is looking for the addition of a sticker or two. I used two Christmas stickers that were included in a Christmas paper pack from Kaisercraft – the border sticker and the sentiment one. The snowmen are by Mama Elephant. There is a wonderful series of multiple characters. I have a bunch of bunnies and a pack of pooches too! I added a little colour with my Copic markers
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This week at Craftyhazelnut’s Christmas Challenges we are looking for the added feature of buttons. I used a darling Fergus – Polar Bear Stamp from Hobby Art Ltd. I coloured him with Copics, fussy cut him out, added him the paper from my stash, and embellished the card using 3 white snowflake buttons. The sentiment is a paper sticker from Kaisercraft.
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This week at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown Challenge we invite you to dig through your stash for something wood to add to your card. I made a very simple card. First I found a perfect background paper from Kaisercraft and cut it to fit an A2 card. Next, I found a wooden plaque made by Prima called Victorian Christmas Wooden Icon and used it as my sentiment. My card took less than 5 minutes to construct.
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This week’s CHNCC Challenge is to use non-traditional colours. I picked purple. I love “Snowy” by Penny Black. The stamp is called, “Naughty or Nice?”. I coloured the characters with Copics and used Kaisercraft papers from my stash.
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Our monthly Theme Challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown is Wreaths. I selected a simple design by Papertry Ink called, Rustic Wreath. I stamped directly on a printed cardstock from the Silent Christmas Collection by Kaiser Craft. I coloured the wreath with my Copic markers. I used a sentiment from the same stamp set. (note: PI also has the matching die)
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