Saturday, 15 June 2013

CHNC challenge 129 : frame, window or aperture


Today's CHNC challenge 129 is to use a frame, window or aperture on your Christmas card - it can be as simple as showing a window, which is what I've done with this Hunkydory die cut picture of a house with lights in the windows. Background card and the spotty card are Kanban offcuts and the silver holly borders and the sentiment are Hunkydory  'winter wonderland' from the Christmas Classics range.


This is also for:

Facebook Sunday's with Santa week 24: shades of blue
CRAFT 211: Christmas
Festive Friday 10: vintage
Sparkles 45: steampunk or vintage
Christmas cards all year round June: vintage Christmas
Mark's finest papers speedy fox and friends 164: Y - for yuletide
The paper shelter 116: blue and white
Totally papercrafts 171: feeling blue
Craft lovin 2: anything goes
Sister act 11: anything goes
Spark your creativity now 10: anything goes
613 avenue create 23: anything goes
Aud sentiments: anything goes
Paper playtime 12: anything goes
Make it Monday 144
Inspire me Fridays 107
52 card pickup 2.24

24 comments:

  1. Hi Hazel .
    A beautiful Christmas card .Love the home image .
    Thanks for sharing on make it Monday .

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  2. Fabulous Christmas card. Thank you for joining us at Aud Sentiments challenge good luck Ginny ♥

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  3. Thanks for joining us at Sister Act Card Challenge.

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  4. Hazel, what a beautiful card and how neat that you thought of Yuletide. That is a good one. Thanks, for joining us at Speedy Fox and Friends for the letter Y challenge.

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  5. Gorgeous card, Hazel. I love all the blues.

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  6. Great project, thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge this week and good luck! Don't forget to check back with us again on Thursday for our new challenge and to check if you have won or made our Top3.
    Don't miss out on the regular freebies at Trimgym's Digistamps and Images and the current challenge there. Hope to see you there as well!

    Jo and Tigerlover.

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  7. Lovely wintery colour combination! Thanks for playing with Festive Friday!

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  8. Hazel, you are busy this week! Love your Christmas card. Love Kanban cut outs!! Thanks again for playing at 613 Avenue Create and good luck!

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  9. Lovely. Thanks for joining Speedy Fox and Friends.

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  10. Hello...Super card,thanks so much for sharing with us at CRAFT x carol

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  11. Gorgeous Christmas card Hazel. Love the image and lovely blues.
    Thanks for joining us at TPC this week. Pat K x

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  12. This is lovely, Hazel! Loved the way you've used your die cuts...such nice balance to the card! So nice to have you back at Festive Friday!

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  13. What a beautifully traditional image, Hazel, it makes for a gorgeous card! Thank you so much for joining us again this week at Festive Friday!

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  14. Beautiful card Hazel :o)
    Thanks for joining us at The Paper Shelter & Good Luck!
    Hugs
    Tracey
    xx

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  15. Beautiful Christmas card Hazel! I love the vintage feel of it and the pretty blues. Thanks for sharing with us at Christmas Cards All Year 'Round!

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  16. Hazel,
    Y for Yuletide is wonderful, as is your card. Thanks for joining us at Speedy Fox & Friends!

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  17. A really lovely looking card. Really wintery and nice. Thanks for playing with us over at the Paper Shelter this week.
    Love n hugs
    Marie

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  18. Hazel, this is gorgeous!!!! Stunning card! Thanks for joining us at Speedy Fox and Friends this week!

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  19. Fabulous card thank you for joining us at Sparkles, good luck in the draw
    Hugs Shaz DT

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  20. Oh Hazel--this is beautiful! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy Fox & Friends blog challenge!

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  21. A beautiful card Hazel, gorgeous scene! Thanks for joining us at Sparkles this time & good luck!
    Hugs Jo x
    Dt

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