Saturday 20 March 2021

CHNC challenge 534

This is my design card for my CHNC challenge 534 -  please click on the link to find out what it's all about and I hope you'll be able to join in with your Christmas designs - anything goes as long as it's Christmas with the optional theme of 'inspired by a Christmas song or carol'.

I used papers from Crafter's Companion Decorative Christmas paper padand the image was Dottie & George Nativity Christmas from Charmed cards & crafts. A piece of grosgrain ribbon was then added and the sentiment.

This is also for:

CRAFT 591: Christmas
CCC digi creations 123: use lace, ribbon and/or flowers
Pearly sparkles 60: must us a digi stamp
Jan's March: anything goes
Pattie's 180: anything goes
Creative crafters 38: anything goes
Penny's 492: anything goes
Word art Wednesday 483: anything goes
Creative fingers 204: anything goes
Polka doodles 12: anything goes


  1. So sweet! what a great way to get a jump on christmas cards. Thanks for sharing with us at Polkadoodles this week.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful card and joining us at CRAFT Challenge this week! This is such a cute image, wonderfully colored.

  3. Heartwarming Hazel! Thank you for sharing your reason for the season creation with us at Jan's Digi Blog Challenge. I invite you to join us each month for a NEW challenge. Good Luck, stay safe and happy crafting!
    (Owner & Illustrator of Jan's Digi Stamp Shop)

  4. Super cute! Love the patterned paper.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Penny's and good luck with your entry! :)
    ~ DT Saphron
    Lemon Biscuit

  5. Such a super Christmas Card, I love the ribbon, it fits perfectly with your design. Thank you for joining us at Penny's, Hope to see you again - Good Luck.

  6. Lovely card. Thank you for joining the challenge at the 12 months of Christmas cards link up, A Bit More Time to Craft, A Bit extra and Creative Fingers. Hope to see you again next time.

  7. A great card - thanks for sharing it with us at the Merry Little Christmas Challenge.

    Helen x


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