Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Christmas Wishes

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Hi everyone,

It’s time for another CHF challenge over on the Cornish Heritage Farms Blog . This week the challenge is hosted by Ann Marie Saunders.

This time round we have a  'Christmas In July' challenge, featuring Thomas Kinkade stamps

For my card I used the Cornish Heritage Farms Thomas Kinkade Skater’s Pond stamp. To give the stamp a different look I decided to create a grid/window look using the Sizzix Grid Works (1 3/8” Squares) Framelits.

To finish off my card I added two sentiments from the Cornish Heritage Farms Night Before Christmas Stamp Set.

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Want to play along????

If you would like to play along with us of course we would love to have you!

To play create a card using CHF images. You can use either CHF digi or rubber stamps to create a card or project.... anything you like as long as the stamps are Cornish Heritage Farms. (Yes, they can be older stamps.)
Once you have created your card/project come back here and place a comment with a link to your card/project to this post so that we can see what you created. If you upload your card/project to SCS don't forget to include the keyword CHF57. We can't wait to see what you create!

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the Design Teams blogs today so see what they created for this challenge.

  • Amber Hillman
  • Ann Marie Saunders
  • Irit Shalom
  • Kelly Santi
  • Kristine Reynolds
  • Maureen Russell
  • Steph Ackerman
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    Stamps: Thomas Kinkade Skater’s Pond; Night Before Christmas – Cornish Heritage Farms
    Paper: White; Green; Red; Noel DP – Dovecraft
    Other: Black Ink; Sizzix Grid Works (1 3/8” Squares) Framelits; Clear Wink of Stella Glitter Pen; Foam Tape; Copics

     

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    7 comments:

    1. This is simply beautiful, Frances! I love how you created the window-effect. It certainly draws one's focus into the scene. Just lovely!

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    2. Did we use the same paper too? funny! Love the window!

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    3. Oh Frances, this card is beautiful! It looks just as though you are looking out the window at the neighbors children having winter fun! Perfect for our challenge!

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    4. Fantastic card,really lovely!

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    5. Such a gorgeous holiday card! Beautiful work!

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    6. These images always look so lovely. Love the idea of making a window effect out of it.

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