Saturday, 7 July 2012

Another step fold card

This is another quick make using Kanban 'all wrapped up' supplies. This is another card for my own CHNC challenge 80: snowmen. This time there is an oval acetate dome over the snowman image, printed with the same image.


It's also for:

Paperminutes 224: stair step fold
Fussy & fancy 66: fancy folds
Christmas crafting 13: two or more folds
Lollipop crafts 84: Christmas in July
Through the craftroom door: Christmas in July
Hooked on craft 22: Christmas in July
Crafter's companion 26: ho ho ho Christmas
Christmas card challenges week 31: monochromatic
Craft punked 27: monochrome

11 comments:

  1. Another wonderful card hazel, that image with the frame is super I love the colours so much.
    Hugs
    Lorraine x

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  2. Hazel, this is so good! The frame is great - and what a good idea to use the acetate! Shiny!!

    love Mags B x

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  3. Fabulous! Love your colours and frame design! Thanks for joining Craft Punked this week, Paula :)

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  4. What a great card!!! Love the step card and acetate! Thanks for joining us this week at CCC and we hope to see you again next challenge. Hugs, Brigitte

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  5. Hazel...this is so lovely. Really great fold.

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  6. Gorgeous card Hazel, fabulous design & colours... what a super fold !! love the use of acetate.. Thanks for sharing at Fussy & Fancy..May x

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  7. Wonderful details!!
    Thanks for playing along at CCC!!

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  8. What a great kit your second card is as stunning as the first.
    Thank you for joining in at Christmas Crafting this month.

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  9. Beautiful card, and what an interesting technique you used with two snowman images. Thanks for playing at TTCRD.

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  10. Beautiful card such an unusual idea

    Thank you for joining us on the on the Crfaters Companion Challenge this month

    Pam x

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  11. So cute and love the card technique! Thanks for joining us at Lollipop Crafts for our July challenge!

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