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Christmas Card Challenge 2012 - April
Here is the thread for the Christmas Card Challenge April 2012!
Please leave us a link once you've uploaded to your gallery and be sure to use CCC12 in the title
To attach a link here, when the page you want us to go see is open, go to the address bar and 'copy the whole thing' then come here and paste it in the post box Or see Step By Step PDF In First Thread
You can attach a thumbnail in the thread if you want to, but in your gallery lots of ppl can see and leave you lovin's!!
There is no 'deadline' to completing your Christmas cards for January, just remember those who do finish within the designated month go in for a small prize!
Here are my April cards all made from recycled cards I found whilst tidying my hobby room, thanks for the idea Ina although I cant send them back to the original sender as a friend gave them to me, but what a good idea.
Okay I'm DONE for April ( YAY ) but, since the 3,4,5,6,& a spare extra #7 snuck its way in are all variations of the card above...
I stuck them on my blog instead of the gallery. Stacy's Memory Triggers: Christmas In April
__________________ ~Stacy My Blog S2S2013 462 Cards 479 Tags 3-D 120 Sold:$1430.50 Spent $1459.50$792.50
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I am back home. Severe weather moving in this afternoon but all should be clear tomorrow and I can get back to normal schedule and get everything caught up. Thank you so much for your patience. Can't wait to see everyone's creations.
Here's my design for April. I wanted something quick and easy. Embossing and inking in with a gel pen was faster than coloring each ornament. Though someday I do want to spend time coloring each ornament in a rainbow of colors. I'm making at least 10 of these cards but might vary the background paper. Though I do love this SEI Glitzmas paper.