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Welcome to Sandra's Blog my escape is card making l took it up in 2007 after l retired from the Civil Service l am recently Widowed have 3 children all grown up and flown the nest Four grand children Tayla, Nathan, Poppy and Mila they keep me on my toes l adore then but it's always nice when they go home....lol l like making my own cards and enjoy the challenges it provides Sandra H xxx

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Use Kraft card!!

Hello all and welcome
As its the first of the month we have another new challenge over at
This months challenge is brought to us by our team member 
To use Kraft card
l love Kraft card and it makes a lovely change from white cards
Here is what l came up with




l have taken verious photos to show the dimention of the Christmas tree
Here is something new l got the idea from
 Di who got the idea from Greta Here
It's a technique called 
 "Camouflaging Die cuts"
Basically you die cut your Image or Word die from the base card/paper
l first used Chalk and covered part of the card
To create a snowy effect l then Die cut another 5 trees from Kraftcard
You then just build up your image by sticking each tree and placed the 1st cut tree 
On the top giving it the Camouflage/dimention look
Items used
Kraftcard/Swiss Dots Embossed Folder/Ribbon/Flat Pearls
Sentiment/Image/Promarkers
Tools....Spellbinders/Marianne/Memory Box Dies
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Winner will win 3 Digi's
It would be great if you joined in the challenge why not pop over
Check out my fellow teamies where there is lots of inspiration
Thank you for your visit and please do call again
Sandra H xx

16 comments:

  1. Sandra, Wonderful creation with gorgeous added goodies....lovely to see such a sweet image.xx
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  2. This is so beautiful Sandra ! The embossing looks fantastic ! Love the little penguin too !!! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

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  3. This is gorgeous,fab design and details.xxx

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  4. Super card Sandra, lovely image and great design.

    Pat xx

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  5. How wonderful Sandra, what a great design, love it!
    hugs Jacee
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  6. Fabulous Christmas card Sandra love the colour and design

    Anne

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  7. Great technique on the tree, fab card

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  8. Gorgeous card Sandra and love kraft with red, lovely image and I have that tree die but not used it in ages, must dig it out. Lovely layout and embellies.

    Kath x

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  9. Fabulous Christmas card Sandra...love the camouflage technique. Carol x

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  10. Fab card Sandra, love that little penguin & the Christmas tree looks brilliant!
    hugs Jo x

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  11. stunning card Sanda love the fabulous design.
    Hugs Julie xxx

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  12. Wow! Hasn't that worked a treat. Perfect camouflage. Love the Kraft card idea used here.
    When I 'm not chasing my tail or the internet I will sit down and this this a go!! Wishing you a Happy Easter. hugs Mrs A.

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  13. Great card hun, I need to try this camouflage technique because it looks fab!

    Have a great weekend
    Happy Easter
    Hugs Shell xx

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  14. so stunning sandra.i love the kraft and gorgeous tree and your penguin is adorable ;D

    xx coops xx

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  15. Gorgeous Christmas card, the colour makes me think about Ginger bread biscuits, we always have them for Christmas here in Sweden and they do come in different shapes like Christmas trees.

    Happy Easter sweetie!

    Maarit

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  16. Hi Sandra! I am so happy to be visiting you tonight! Thank you for sticking with me while I was away for so long. My mom is recovering well and I'll be back to crafty Blogger fun next week. I've noticed your blog hasn't been super active... I hope you're doing okay. **hugs**

    Your card is delightful as ever! Your snow effect is beautiful and I love the tree and garland. Such a darling image, too! Wonderfully designed as always, my friend. I missed you and your creations dearly.

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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