This week’s challenge at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge is to make a card for someone special. I have always loved Terriers. The Scottie Dog to me is the most recognized terrier silhouette. I own a little Westie. In my lifetime, I have owned an Airdale, Irish, 3 Yorkies, and now a Westie.
I designed a card for a follow terrier lovers. I used the Scottie Card SVG Jamie and Jenn Designs. The Sentiment is from Lawn Fawn.
Have fun. I look forward to seeing everyone’s project!
This is my final challenge for September. I am ending with the Technique Challenge. There are many fabulous YouTube, Pinterest, Google tutorials about how to make an Easel or Tri-fold card. If you have any questions, please feel to contact me directly.
For my card, I broke out my Cricut and a great SVG Easel card by My Scrappy Chick called Snowman and Friend. The sentiment is from Penny Black. I inked the edges of the white cardstock on the snowman to give him a little more dimension.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s take on a multi-folded card.
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My pick for the theme I picked my favourite subject, bears! If you mix that with Christmas it is even better. I look forward to seeing all your GRRRReat bears this week.
I started with picking Bartholomew is from Whipper Snapper Designs and is adorable! Even his name is adorable, right! I coloured him with Copics, fussy cut him out. I had this pre-printed perfect sentiment, then I paired it with a map of the north.
Please join us each week and we will help you build your Christmas card stash.
Another great challenge from Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge. This week we are looking for the word Joy to appear somewhere on your project. I used my Cricut Explore Air and a cute SVG from My Scrappy Chick’s, Everyday Girl Snowflake. I made one small mistake and missed one piece of her hair, however, I think it looks fine as is. I created the sentiment on my computer and outlined it for a more funky feel
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.
Please join us each week and let us help you build your Christmas card stash for 2019.
This week the Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge Design team is looking for a Christmas project and included plaid, checked or gingham. I created this little cutie using my Cricut and a digi SVG file called, Stacked Winter Raccoon by Jamie and Jenn SVG. I added a plaid hat and scarf using card stock from my stash.
I look for to seeing everyone’s cards! Join us each week for a new Christmas challenge!
This week’s challenge at Crafty Hazelnut’s Christmas Challenge we are looking for a card using some patterned paper. I used paper from Echo Park. The digi is by Tiddly Inks called Winterlights – Wray. I coloured the image with Copics and fussy cut it out.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s Christmas project.
Hello everyone, Myrna here. I am in charge of September Challenges. For my first challenge, I have created a sketch. I used a stamp and die set from Stampedous called, Owl be Home. I coloured the image with Copics. I stamped the branch on the main card front and the owls on a separate page. I die cut out the owls with the matching dies. I made a half-circle, then cut the branch along the edge and inserted the circle behind the branch. I added the owl family to the branch, 2 ribbons and stamped the sentiment.
I look forward to seeing everyone’s work. Join us each week to help build your 2019 Christmas card stash.
This month the Simply Create Too Challenge #153 is to make a card/project with no twists! I needed to make an extra special Happy 40th Birthday card. I found a great SVG file called 30 Candles from 3DCuts. The SVG template can be made to any size card. I added an additional 40 candles. I made the card using my Cricut machine and thought it would be a fairly simple and fast card to make, but in the end, there were over 245 pieces!
Please join the challenge. It runs for one month Sept. 6-27/2019
Here at Crafty Hazelnut’s Patterned Paper Challenge, we challenge you to use patterned paper in your project. If you are like me, I buy a lot of patterned paper, but never use it. What are you waiting for! I have all the MFT Blueprint Dienamics. They were specifically designed to help the maker create fun card layouts. I used MFT #3 Blueprints for my card design and added a Copic coloured stamped image called Bear Bunny from Hambo.
I look forward to see you patterned paper put to good use!