Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Winner of Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper December challenge

When I started this challenge blog at the beginning of the year, I never dreamed that it would attract so many entries every month - thank you so much for all your support and sharing such creativity with us. This blog would be nothing without YOU.

If I haven't yet got round to leaving a comment on your entry, I will do so, it's just that with Christmas and the busy-ness that it entails, I got a bit behind.

Unfortunately, there could only be one winner for the December challenge and this is the result of using

Number 350: vilinke,
This is one of the lovely shaped cards she shared:

Congratulations,  vilinke. Please email me at with your full name and address so that I can post your prize pack of papers.

The challenge for January 2015 is here

I look forward to seeing your entries

There is a prize of 
A pack of Fun Fair 6" x 6" papers - 48 sheets - 4 sheets of 12 designs

Monday, 1 December 2014

Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper December challenge

Welcome to
Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge

There are loads of challenge blogs around, but, as far as I know, there is a gap that needs to be filled:

A challenge that is always about using
Patterned Papers on cards

which is why I started

Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge

I don't know about you, but I have enough patterned papers
to keep me going for a very long time

so let's make sure we use plenty of them

A gentle reminder: Please make sure you read the following (there are no other rules) because there have been a few entries creeping in where plain card stock has been used to cover the card blank with very little evidence of much patterned paper - after all, the whole idea of this challenge blog is to use patterned paper.

The monthly challenge will always be 'anything goes' as long as you cover your card blank or other creation with patterned paper or card, using any size or shape that you wish - there are no other rules! You can add embellishments if you wish, stamp, emboss etc - but you must cover your card blank with patterned paper or card. The creation can be for any occasion.

You can leave a small border around your paper when you adhere it to the card blank if you wish, but only a small border! And your creation doesn't have to be a card, it can be any project as long as it is covered with patterned paper.

You will be able to enter as many times as you wish during the month and link with as many other challenges as allow you to do so.

As I have an abundance of patterned paper - 12 x 12, 8 x 8, 6 x 6, A4 - I'm giving a prize each month to the randomly chosen winner. I'm willing to post anywhere in the world, so that means that anyone can enter regardless of where you live.

This is the prize for this month's challenge:

A pack of Old Treasures 8 x 8 papers - 12 designs x 2 sheets 160 gsm

Please scroll down or click here to see the winner of Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper November challenge.
It's worth checking because it might be you!

I hope you will join in again for the December challenge and that the news will spread even further so that others come and join us too.
December challenge

If your cards happen to fit the theme for the week on my CHNC challenge blog, please feel free to add there as well and also for my CHNC challenge extra blog, which is always 'anything goes as long as it's Christmas.

Remember that for this Patterned Paper challenge
cards can be for any occasion

I bought two packs of the Old Treasures papers so that I could make a card to show some of them - I used four papers from the pack - more about it here on My Crafty Outlook:

Please become a follower of this blog and also advertise it on your own blog so that others see it and join in - you may use the logo from the sidebar. Thank you to all of you who have already become followers and have spread the news of this blog - please keep doing so.

December's challenge will end at 20:00 UK time 31 December. The randomly chosen winner will be announced at 23:00 UK time on 31 December and a new challenge will start at midnight on 1 January 2015.

Please include a link to this blogpost within the post for your creation. Please add your link to inlinkz. If by any chance it disappears, please leave a comment with the link to your blog post and I will make sure it is added.

Please continue to spread the word about this challenge blog - thank you.

I look forward to seeing your entries.