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Saturday 20 November 2021

Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas challenge 569 for 20 November 2021 - add some glitter


A new Christmas Challenge every Saturday!


Today Crafty Hazelnut brings a new weekly Christmas Challenge
with the theme 'Add some glitter'

Do pop over and see the fabulous inspiration from my teamies!

If you enter you could win a prize... 
Every week a prize is given to a randomly chosen winner...

This time I have made a fun fold card with closure. Once again this was an idea from
 UK Stampers Network Craft and Chat Zoom.


Recipe:
  1. This started with a white card blank with a slice cut from the front edge.
  2. I added a layer of black card and then patterned paper (BoBunny Timepiece) to this front piece. I added vintage photo Distress Ink to the edges of the patterned paper.
  3. I die cut a piece of white card to form the closure. This had a small flap folded across the back end which was glued to the back fold of the card. I added a piece of white card the size of the card base to cover this flap.
  4. I added matching die cut pieces of black card and patterned paper (with Distress Ink) to this closure.
  5. Finally I added the sparkly trees.



Happy Crafting!


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