Sunday, September 9, 2012

2012 Christmas Card Challenge Week #41


It's time for another challenge here at the CCC blog.  We had many lovely entries, again, last week and had a great time seeing your creations.  Thanks a bunch to all who were able to join us!

Our challenge for this week is Stars. Please keep in mind that all challenges are optional. The only real rule is that you must create a new Christmas Holiday, Winter or Hanukkah card. Also, it is not necessary to use a SCRS stamp on your card, but we sure love it when you do!

Our fabulous designers, and guest designer, have created another week of gorgeous projects.  I'm excited to share them with you.









Natali (September Guest Designer)


I hope you enjoyed them!

Please remember to link directly to the blog post or gallery page where we can view/comment on your creation, and not just the generic link to your blog. Generic blog links will be disabled or deleted. You must create a new project. No backlinking please.

Don't forget to post a comment so we know you added a card! If you upload to an online gallery, please use the tag SCCC41 so that we can all enjoy your cards.

Stay crafty my friends!


catherine said...

great challenge and fantastic cards from the DT
x ctaherine

Andrea W said...

Thanks for the fun challenge and wonderful DT inspiration.

Paper Profusion said...

Thanks so much for challenge opportunity. I love DT cards.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this post..........I agree with your challenging task. Awesome gift cards collections.It's very nice and beautiful cards list.Again thanks for showing me.
Christmas Gift Cards

MarvA1ix said...

Love your challenge, and your wonderful inspirational design team. Hope I can keep on the Christmas card track for a while.
thanks for the challenge.

Majorelle said...

A nice challenge again and some great creations from the DT Ladies!
My stars are on line!! Happy to join you!
Hugs from Majorelle

Marianne said...

Too bad I was unable to play, for the DT offered plenty of inspiration. BTW, who was the winner of the SCRS stamp that was up for grabs for challenge no. 40?