Time for a ‘Chrissy’ Challenge at Scrapbook Boutique Bloghop & Giveaway!

Welcome back, it’s time for the new challenge at Scrapbook Boutique, that means it’s also time for  a blog hop…    so of course more wonderful prizes to be won!  You should have arrived here from  Sue’s amazing blog!

For your chance to WIN a $10 store voucher, just leave a comment at each blog along the hop, you have until midday 17th November (you must have an Australian address to be eligible) and the winner will be announced at the Scrapbook Boutique blog 

And for all the deets on how to join this month’s challenge and have the chance to WIN a $30 gift voucher stop by Scrapbook Boutique blog, you have until the end of November to join us!

Here is the inspiration for this month’s challenge…

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This card is totally different to my original ‘mind’s eye’ design, but sometimes when the brights take you, ya just gotta go with it.  And I’m so proud of myself, I made my own paper bow!

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’tis the Season – Detail
'tis the Season
’tis the Season

From here you are heading to the Scrapbook Boutique Blog, thanks for joining us, it’s been heaps of fun!

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22 thoughts on “Time for a ‘Chrissy’ Challenge at Scrapbook Boutique Bloghop & Giveaway!

  1. I love your tall skinny cards, but I wonder about the actual dimensions of these type of cards (also the frog card from a few days ago), do you use a particular “standard” size envelope for these (or do you make your own)? Thanks!

    1. Hi Laura,
      Thanks so much for you comment, mostly I just ‘eyeball’ the card size (sometimes to suit the stamp) but 15cm X 8cm (roughly 5 3/4″ X 3 1/4″ ) always looks nice.
      I do just use a standard envelope and I’ve never had anyone complain. It would look nice though to make a perfectly fitted one but our post office gets all weird sometimes and want to charge more if it’s not standard. There is a trick that you can do to modify a standard envelope, I’ve seen it on Youtube but not tried it myself as yet. It looks easy enough… maybe one day when I have some ‘spare’ time lol.
      Hope this is helpful, Hugs
      Therese

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