This week at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge we would like to see a Creature as the Feature to the card front. I started my card by stamping the various polar bears from MFT - BB Polar Bear Pals. Next, the coloured the bears with my Copic markers. For my sentiment, I selected semi-transparent paper and used a gold rub-on sentiment by Prima Marketing. I made the sentiment into a fishtail banner and adhered it to the card front.
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This week at CHNCC, we are looking for a Christmas or New Year Card. I just had to use this happy little Holiday Snack. The sentiment is from MFT and digi is from Whimsey Doodles called Cocoa with friends. I coloured him with Copics, fussy cut him out and added him to Christmas paper from my stash.
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For this week’s challenge, the CHNCCC Design Team is looking for a project that you have created the pattern paper. I used a wonderful stamp/die set (retired) from MFT called BB Cool Day. With the set, there are two polar bears, and iceberg, sign, and extras – mittens, cup, heart, snowflake. Using the latter, I randomly stamped them on a blank card front, then coloured them with my Copics. Next, I stamped, coloured, and diecut the bears, ice and sign. I cut a smaller piece of blank neehan solar white cardstock and arranged the bears, sign on the ice. Voila.
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For our 52CCT Challenge, the design team is looking for a little glitz and glamour, so our Stash Challenge we want to see Ribbon and Glitter! I started with this adorable snowman from MFT (retired) Pure Innocence Happy Heart Snowman. I stamped and coloured him with Copics. Next, I put a small amount of white glue on my craft mat, added a drop of water, then using a small paint brush, brushed glue over the snowman. Before it dried, I dumped Ranger diamond dust glitter on it, lightly tapped the back and voila! The extra glitter which was on a dry sheet of paper was poured back into the bottle. I punched a large round hole into a wood textured paper, mounted the snowman behind the opening, add ribbon and assembled it on a blank A2 card.
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The week at Craftyhazelnut’s Christmas Challenge is looking for Glitter this week. I selected an adorable snowman (retired) from MFT. I coloured him with Copic markers, then I “painted” a little white glue over the image then poured some Stickles Diamond Dust Glitter on it. I used a circle die to remove a circle from my SSS woodgrain cardstock, then taped the image behind it. I added a glitter bow and mounted it on the card front. The sentiment is from cardstock by Lawn Fawn.
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