Sunday, 10 December 2017

Challenge me a Christmas Card with Jenny Martin

Welcome! Last year, I did a series on my blog where I asked people to set me a Christmas card challenge. This year, I'm stepping it up a notch, by asking crafty friends to join me!
How cool is this graphic!! My crafty friend, Kylie Purtell, made it especially for me! YAY!  You can check out her blog HERE.

Today, the challenge theme is "a year of travel" (this challenge was proposed by a schoolmate of mine, Lisa, who has been on a year of worldwide travel with her whole family! You can check out her story HERE).

My special guest today is Jenny Martin Rawling - you can check out her take on this challenge HERE.

Here's my take:
I used dies from Stampin' Up's "Wonderful Wreath" Framelits Dies and from "Holiday Ornaments" Framelits dies, and the "Stitched Rectangles" dies from Lil' Inkers. I also used red glimmer paper from Stampin' Up. The "to the world" part of the sentiment is from Annabelle Stamps "Holly Branch", unfortunately no longer available.  The bows on the baubles are from Newton's Nook "Beautiful Baubles". 

And I made a video!



Thanks for visiting!

2 comments:

  1. Ha ha! That's so funny!! Your card is so beautiful! Thanks again for inviting me to be part of your event! I hope you have have a wonderful Christmas. Hugs x

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  2. Fun to watch and see how you overcame your struggles. Your card is beautiful and hanks for the videos!

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