Monday, November 30, 2015

White Christmas Shaker Card

Has it started snowing where you are yet? Diana here today.  We've yet to see flurries but this year I'm a little more eager than usual. We got a new puppy - a Samoyed - and I know he will just love the snow. So between my sleepless nights with a two month old pup and this week's inspiration photo, I made a shaker card with glass glitter for snow.




I used PoppyStamps Grand Madison Window for my shaker front. The tree is done by clear embossing the stamped image on white card stock and then sponging Broken China and Chipped Sapphire for the nighttime sky. I also masked off a moon and added white stars with a white gel pen. To keep the glitter inside the two layers, I used clear cardstock, 1/8 Scor-tape, and foam tape.

I then adhered the window to a layer of kraft card stock cut down to size with Spellbinders A2 Matting Basics A. I couldn't help but add a touch of red using the PoppyStamps Small Blooming Poinsettia against a silver spray of Memory Box Bamboo Shoots. The sentiment is from Sweet 'n Sassy Christmas Joy.

Stay warm!


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Christmas Box Card

Good Morning, Crafty Friends.   It is Shirley posting today.  The card I made for today is matching some of the weather many of you probably have right now.    The challenge this week is to make a card with a Christmas Tree with colors, blue, white, and/or kraft, silver.


I made a box card today.  I started my card using a silver base and the top silver panel was cut at this time, also.  I cut blue layers using Starburst Lichen Aspire Petallic Metallic card stock.   I adhered the card together using 1/4 inch Scor-Tape

I cut the snow using a cutter.  The Winter Trees are by Sue Wilson.  Next, I cut a deer from the Sue Wilson Deer Family - Festive Collection.   I attached the trees and the deer by using Joy Foam Pads Small.  

The final step to my card was cutting this beautiful Joy sentiment that is also from the Sue Wilson Festive Collection.

This card folds flat to fit an A2 Envelope for mailing.   Yay, no extra postage is needed.    If you would like to make one of these cards you can find a tutorial HERE in post #1.

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you liked my card.  

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Sunday, November 29, 2015

CCNS Challenge - #113 O Christmas Tree

Welcome to Classy Cards 'n Such Challenge #113.

This week our challenge is "O Christmas Tree"!

Make a paper crafting project in good taste...using the Inspiration photo...make a card or project with the theme "O Christmas Tree"...Christmas with the colors blue, white and/or silver/kraft.  That's it...very simple, but please read the requirements below...looking forward to your entries!

NEW ~ SIMPLER ~ FUN RULES 
Our few requirements to play: 
1.  This is a family friendly blog meaning NO inappropriate images,sentiments, etc will be allowed.
2.  Theme must be followed.
3.  Only NEW entries, with no back linking will be allowed.
4.  Please link to your entry post only, not your entire blog. 
5.  If using a gallery, such as Splitcoast Stampers, use code CCNS113.
6. You may enter up to 3 projects...and combine with as many challenges as you want.
7. New challenges begin on Sundays and end on Saturdays at midnight central time. Winners are announced on Sundays.
8. CCNS has the right to remove any entries not following the guidelines and/or entries deemed inappropriate.
9. Most of all, have FUN!!!

The Prize:
1.   While we cannot ship prizes internationally due to increasing shipping costs, international entries are encouraged. We can only ship prizes to US addresses at this time. However international entries can qualify for the Top 3.
2.   A prize will be offered to the winner and a Top 3 will be selected.
3.  Winner must claim their prize within 7 days or the prize will be forfeited. 
4. Prizes and Top 3 will be awarded only when there are seven or more entrants.

Enter to win this weeks prize!!


Christmas Tree embossing folder by Crafts Too

Here are a few examples from 
the Classy Card Design Team to get you started.


Shirley

Diana
Diane
Joy

Mindy
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Challenge Winner #112

Hi everyone,

Thanks to all of our players for entering our Ornaments challenge! Your work is amazing!!

Our winner this week is 
Ornamental Reindeer
by Lillian's Leisure, entry #7!



Lillian, please contact me with your mailing address at beverly@classycardsnsuch.com no later than Saturday, December 5th, to claim your prize. Congratulations!!!

Top 3 
in no particular order

#6 - Jennifer Greco


#9 - Cards by Jan


#4 - Dorothy S

Winners of the CCNS Top 3 badge are eligible to add the badge to their blog. Please feel free to grab the Top 3 badge from the right side of the blog and link it back to this winning post. Congratulations!!

We do get entries from time to time that cannot be considered for a prize, often because our guidelines were not followed. Please be sure to read and follow our guidelines on the announcement post to allow us to consider your beautiful art.

Our next challenge is fun and super easy! It's called O Christmas Tree. A gorgeous inspiration photo will be in the CCNS Challenge #113 announcement that will post later this morning. Details will be in the new announcement. We love to see your cards or projects so please join us!

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