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June - Christmas Card Challenge 2014
Here is the thread for the Christmas Card Challenge June 2014!
Please leave us a link once you've uploaded to your gallery and be sure to use CCC14 in the title or in the Keywords!
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 the main 2014 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 June,
It's never to late to join....
You can join anytime during the year. . If you need to skip a month or two, that is perfectly fine.
A challenging challenge - normally I would avoid glitter for a masculine card but I think you can get away with it at Christmas !! The card get progressively less masculine though - the last one has flowers too .
This isn't very masculine - I'm not good at masculine cards but I'll try later in the month. This one is also for the CAS275 challenge to come up with a "quick and stackable" design for making multiples, so I'll probably do a few more of this:
After overdoing it yesterday working in the garden, I took a break and made cards today. Here are two more, the first one of which I'd feel okay about giving to a man but the second is more generic than masculine: