Tuesday, November 18, 2014



Hi everyone,

It's time for another CHF challenge over on the Cornish Heritage Farms Blog.  This week the challenge is hosted by Kelly.

This time round Kelly has challenged us to use the color brown and create a card of gratitude/thankfulness’'.


For my card this week I have used Cornish Heritage Farms Flower Jar Digital Stamp.


It’s been a while since I have played with my Sizzix Pop N Cuts dies designed by Karen Burniston as I have been having soooooo much fun playing with her Pop It Ups Dies available from Elizabeth Craft Designs. But this seemed the perfect opportunity to use the Thanks Pop Up Insert.


Here is a side on view of my card.


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 keywordCHF66. 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
  • Kelly Santi
  • Kristine Reynolds
  • Steph Ackerman

    Stamps: Flower Digital Stamp – Cornish Heritages Farms
    Paper: White; Brown; Green; Illusion DP – Kaisercraft
    Dies: Thanks Pop Up Insert; Pop N Cuts Card Base; Thanks Sizzlits – Designed by Karen Burniston for Sizzix; Thanks Stand Up Helper – Elizabeth Craft Designs; Simply Scallops – MFT Stamps
    Other: Foam Tape; Copics




    MiamiKel said...

    Amazing card Frances - love the fun fold!

    Karen Aicken said...

    Love this! Would you believe I didn't have that insert, and actually found it on Amazon a few months ago. Haven't used it yet, but at least now I have it. :-) I'm liking the green with the brown here.