Card Challenge 3 - Include punches or embossing (or both!) on your card.
I have used a script Cuttlebug embossing folder, the Fiskars Threading Water scallop punch, and a circle punch on my card. Other supplies include some October Afternoon "Thrift Shop" patterned paper, as well as kraft and cream Bazzil Cardstock.
I can't wait to see your take on this challenge - please share your creation in the Christmas Card Gallery Here, and select the gallery for Challenge 3.
**** If you have found this challenge just recently, don't fret you can still participate! Just have your card images sumbitted in all four categories in the Christmas Card Gallery by no later than Midnight Nov 30th WST, and you will be in with a chance to win! **********
Every Sunday in November there will be a new card challenge prompt going onto the blog, and for people who complete all four challenges and add your card photos to the Christmas Card Gallery by November 30th, your names will be put in the draw for a Christmas themed prize, drawn on December 1st.
The idea with this challenge is to get a production line going, so as added incentive to make more than one card, for those of you who decide to make at least five cards for each challenge prompt, you'll get your name added to the draw an extra time for each set.
For example, for completing all four challenges and uploading the images to the gallery by November 30th, you'll have your name in the draw. BUT if you say make five cards for two prompts, you'll get your name in the draw another two times, or if you complete at least 5 cards for each prompt, you'll end up with your name in the draw five times! If you are making multiples, you can decide if all your cards will be the same design, or a different design for each one, based on the prompt that is put up. Just make sure we can see all the cards when you photograph them!