Friday, 16 December 2016

Challenge me a Christmas Card 22

Welcome to "Challenge me a Christas Card - this is post #22!

Keren Baker challenged me to make a card using a favourite Christmas memory.  Now, Christmas is by far my favourite holiday, and a lot of my favourite memories come from family times.  But when Keren suggested this challenge, I thought of fun times I have had with my choir at Christmas. 
My choir (called Chime) used to sing at Crown Casino in Melbourne every Christmas for many years.  As part of those performances, we sang along to a backing track recorded by some of our choristers - and one year, I was part of the group who got to go to the recording studio. One of the carols we recorded was a women's only arrangement of "Silent Night". This arrangement is still one of my favourites of all time, and I remember the fun times we had recording it, and singing together at Crown.
This also fits the challenges set by my choir buddy, Di (use a Christmas carol as my theme) and by Sue Madex (use non-Christmas product - the stencil called "mini infinite lace" by The Crafters Workshop).

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