Saturday, 10 July 2021

Christmas in July Blog Hop

 


Today The Paper Funday Challenges and the Inspiration Station Challenges Blog are hosting a Christmas in July Blog Hop!  Please hop along with us for some fantastic Christmas inspiration and the chance to win great prizes too!  I love making Christmas cards and always start making them in January just a few days after Christmas!

If you have arrived here from NanaConnie's blog, you're in the right place.  If you get lost, please start at The Paper Funday Challenges Blog and work your way through the hop.


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For my card for the hop I've made a card using a super cute digi stamp from Imagine That Digistamp.

Here's what I used:

- Reindeer Carols digi stamp from Imagine That Digistamp available here
- Promarkers
- stitched die, paper and green card from Stampin' Up
- other card and paper from Craft Creations

For this Christmas in July Blog Hop, 6 prizes will be awarded to 6 randomly chosen commenters.  To be eligible for a prize, you must answer the question below:

In what month of the year do I start making Christmas cards?

In addition to the prizes mentioned above, Kris from Imagine That Digistamp has very kindly agreed to sponsor an extra prize here on my blog - the winner will be chosen by random.org from everyone who leaves me a comment and answers my question:


Your next stop on the hop is Anirudh.

And here is the full blog hop order:

Helen (that's me!)

Don't forget if you get lost along the way, go back to the Paper Funday Challenges Blog and work your way through the hop.  You have until 14 July to take part.

Happy hopping and good luck!

16 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card and image. Thanks for being a part of the Paper Funday Team and participating in our first ever Hop! Donna

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  2. Cute card and a sweet image. Starting to make cards in January is right up my ally too. [Bunny]

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  3. Cute card Helen! Love the red paper and all their red noses 🥰 Thanks for showcasing IMAGINE THAT DIGISTAMP and allowing me to sponsor a prize! Happy hopping everyone 🐇

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  4. Gorgeous card with that fun digi. Love the DP too.
    I am making Christmas cards all year long.
    xxx Margreet

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  5. Beautiful Christmas card and co-ordinated so well.

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  6. Lovely Christmas card Helen. Mrs, Mrs and baby Rudolph are adorable. I like how you layered the card so that the focus is on the image.
    You start making your Christmas cards in January (I do too)

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  7. Lovely card. Thank you for your inspiration on the blog hop.
    You start making your Christmas cards in January, so do I.

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  8. Oh, I start in January making Christmas cards. Doesn't everyone?! LOL The image you used on your beautiful card is just darling. So fun!!

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  9. I start in January and make Christmas Cards through our the year - what a lovely Reindeer creation! TFS and for the hop

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  10. Really darling stamp image and card, Helen! Gets you on the mood to make Christmas Cards!

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  11. Your card is just the cutest! You are the same as me I also start making mine in January and craft them all year round. Lisa J

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  12. This is absolutely adorable!! I’m like you…I start cards in January while I still have most of my supplies out…then when I get tired and Valentine’s Day rolls around, I put it all away till July and then start in again!😂

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  13. Beautiful Christmas card, love that set! I try to start making a few Christmas cards in January and then lots in September!

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  14. Sweet image for your adorable card!
    You start in January! I actually joined a challenge group for making Christmas cards, so I start in January too!

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  15. Very cute image and card. I love it.
    You start making Christmas cards in January.
    Valerija xx

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  16. Super cute image! You start making Christmas cards in January. Just like I do!! Thanks for the chance to win!

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Thanks for leaving me a comment - I really do appreciate it.

Helen x

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