Where, oh where did October go? It just flew by! I haven’t been posting much since the last challenge, but it’s not like I wasn’t creating. I’ve been getting ready for the Christmas season with cards and treat boxes, and now I’m going to challenge you to get ready too. It’s time for the Papercraft Business Challenge and the theme for November is Christmas!
November 2020 – Challenge #33
Prize: Magnolia Designs – Santa’s Sleigh Doohickey Die
Challenge starts on November 1st and closes on November 26th. There will be one ultimate designer/winner and 5 top nominations. So head over to see the other team member designs and the other entries here.
For this challenge, I wanted to create a monochromatic card. As I show in my video, I gave this a try a couple times, but I wasn’t happy with my results. The final card is one I’m very happy with. It’s a clean and simple card.
I always try to list the supplies I use and the company that creates them, but you may have noticed that sometimes I’m pretty generic about what I’m using. This is because when I started cardmaking, I would purchase products with zero organization or care as to where they came from.
- Poinsettia dies 🤷🏼♀️
- Pine and leaves dies 🤷🏼♀️
- Versamark Onyx Balck
- White cardstock
- Vellum (Recollections – Michael’s brand)
- Simon Says Stamp sequins
I look forward to seeing everyone’s entries over at Papercraft Challenge.
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4 thoughts on “Papercraft Business Challenge #33 – Christmas”
Simply beautiful! I love its clean and simple design!
White on white is always a winner for me, Jennifer! I love all the wonderful layers you’ve used to create this gorgeous and very elegant Christmas card! Take care! 🙂