This week, the DTs at C.R.A.F.T. are looking for a card with an added charm. I am using a simple mistletoe digi from Dr. Digi. I placed the Copic coloured digi inside a die from Find It Trading – Precious Marieke Die – Spirit of Christmas Snowflake Circle and added a metal charm by Tim Holtz from my stash.
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This week’s theme at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge is a Christmas project inspired by a Christmas Song or Carol. My card is based on the old classic, Frosty the snowman. I am using my Cricut Explorer Air and a SVG file by My Scrap Chick called Happy Snowmen Group of 3, Easel card. I added details with Copic markers and White Gel pen. I also used patterned papers by Lawn Fawn.
Opened as Easel Card
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This week at the 52CCT the Design Team is looking for an Embossed Background. Using a SVG file from My Scrap Chick called, Christmas Quick Card Bundle I made my card using my Cricut machine. Before assembling, I embossed the top card. With the center deer cut out, I made a second card.
The Design Team at C.R.A.F.T. are thinking of Spring and Easter on the official first day of Spring. To celebrate the end of Winter we are looking for a Spring/Easter card. I used an adorable Easter basket called, LizzyLove IMG35 by Odd Ball Art Co. I love digital stamps because you can make the image any size you want. I made two A2 cards to demonstrate this. I coloured the images with Copic markers. I used various papers from my stash and some dies – bunnies, sentiments, and frame to complete my design.
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The theme this week at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge is the make a project without using patterned paper. I made another SVG card using a file from My Scrap Chick‘s, Snowman’s Christmas – Card. I added some detail by using a foam glitter star sticker, Copics and white gel pen.
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This week at 52CCT the Design Team is looking for a GingerBread Man. For my card I used an adorable digital stamp by My Scrap Chick, called Gingerbabies. There are 5 digis included in the bundle and I used the bowls and single ginny. I coloured the image with Copic markers and added a little glossy accents to highlight the heart.
Welcome to this week’s C.R.A.F.T. Challenge. We are looking for a Christmas themed card. I selected an adorable snowman and ornament digi stamp by Bugaboo Stamps. I coloured him with my Copics and highlighted the heart and ornament top with glossy accents, The papers are from my stash.
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For the Colour Challenge, Our Design Team member Goga has selected White and Gold. I also added black to the mix. Crafting friends of mine have started their own Canadian Crafting Company. Currently, their own uniquely designed dies are limited editions and are sold to friends and family only. I purchased a number of their dies and they are all fabulous. This one is simply called Christmas Carolers. I used a song patterned paper in gold and white and added 3 gold snowflakes Note: The die is a wonderful large die fitting perfect on my A2 card.
Time again for another Sketch Challenge from C.R.A.F.T. I changed up the design slightly to fit a 4.25″ x 5.5″ A2 card. I used a stamp set called Snowman Soup by Sweet n Sassy. The stamped image was coloured with Spectrum Noir Markers. The papers and stickers are from my stash. Note: I purchased my clear stamp and die set from Sweet n Sassy, however now it is only available as a digital stamp – The bonus is that you can make the image any size!
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This week’s sketch was designed by Goga from our 52 CCT Design Team. It was funny because I belong to more than one DT and there were two sketches this week and I designed my cards for the other team sketch. So in a rush, I had to remake both cards, re-photograph them and redo my blog. I changed up the design slightly making my card fit a A2 card format and used a rectangle image vs a circular one. The image of the snowman is from Dilly Beans Stamps.
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This month’s challenge at Simply Create Too is to make a card for a male. My little grandson’s birthday is coming up soon and I thought these dancing candles by My Scrap Chick. I used various papers from my stash and my Circut machine to create this card. I added detail with a Copic marker and a white gel pen.
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