Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge blog now has a facebook page, so I would love you to go there and 'like' it - the more the merrier and word of the challenges will spread. And sometimes I'll give a hint or two of an upcoming challenge - just keep an eye on it for any up-to-date news.
Before I get on to today's challenge, I need to let you know the winner of challenge 64. Unfortunately, there could only be one winner and this is the result of using random.org:
Number 4: Pat Garvin
who shared this beautiful card:
Congratulations, Pat! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can arrange for you to claim your $10 gift certificate from Digi Doodle Shop.
Now we move on to today's challenge:
For today's challenge I'm asking you to include a house or part of a home on your Christmas card.
And for this week's challenge we have a new sponsor: The Crafty Pad, who are offering 3 single digi images to the randomly-chosen prize winner.
My card for this challenge is based on the sketch for Sunday sketch & stamp 98 and I have used an image I bought from The Crafty Pad called 'snowglobe', which was ready coloured and I just added the text digitally before printing out - you can read more about my card on my regular crafting blog My Crafty Outlook here.
Now it's over to you. As usual, you can use any materials, any techniques, as long as the end result is a Christmas card - and this week feature a house or part of a home - you might want to show a fireside scene, a window scene ... anything that relates to house or home.
I look forward to seeing what you come up with for this challenge - please add a link to your blog post (not your blog, but the actual post where your card can be found) by 22:00 UK time Friday 30 March. Please mention my blog and create a link within the post for your creation.
You can enter as many times as you wish (a good way to build up your stock of Christmas cards) and also link to any other challenges that allow you to do so, but new work only, please.
A new challenge will be set on 31 March.
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