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mandag den 14. januar 2019

HMFMC #282-Always Anything Goes/Optional Theme "New"

Hi and welcome to the challenge at House Mouse & Friends!

Our challenges always have a 'ANYTHING GOES' theme,
and the optional theme for this challenge is 'NEW'

Like new friends/ new job/ new baby or maybe some new crafting stash.




For my card I've used a new stamp of mine, it's called 'Spring Swing'.

Together with papers from LOTV it's a perfect birthday card
 for a young woman I know.


Cute little Mudpie having a great time!


We welcome back our super generous
 sponsor again for 2019. 

Winner will receive a Fabulous $20 Value Reward Card


Stampendous is now the official rubber stamp licensee of House-Mouse Designs®.  Visit the store at www.STAMPENDOUS.com 

For lots more inspiration from Stampendous, be sure to check out 
their other sites, STAMPENDOUS! Blog,  

Challenges: 




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onsdag den 2. januar 2019

A and B are for...A DT card for ABC Chrstmas Challenge.

The design team at ABC Christmas Challenge are ready to a new trip through the alphabet. 

Every month we are ready with two- sometimes three- themes
which represents the letters in the alphabet.
 
 This year we are going sponsor free...don't worry, there will still be the incentive of a little prize
 (or two) each month, but they have been donated by our lovely design team members.

Helen is the first host of the year and the letters are:

A is for ANYTHING CHRISTMAS GOES
and
B is for BERRIES



  My first card is an 'A for Anything Goes'

I've made a white and gold card using a wonderful die from
 'Simple and Basic' saying 'God Jul' (Merry Christmas)
 and a star wreath die from Avery Elle.

 The ribbon is recycled from one of my christmas presents.


 I couldn't resist showcasing one of my cute christmas moose ;)




  Card number two is a 'B for Berries' card.

Using a simple card design and the same 'God Jul' die and some old 
Basic Grey papers, my card was almost ready.  
A bow made of twine, some punched leaves and 
three small pearls made the final toutch


And I had to show you some of my favorite 'nisser'.
They are from Denmark and every year there's a new pair.
They are called 'Klarborg Nisser '

There are a couple of prizes on offer from Helen our challenge host
 (comprising a 6x6 paper pad & a co-ordinating stamp set) for two lucky winners: