Before I get on to today's challenge, I need to let you know the winner of challenge 93. Unfortunately, there could only be one winner and this is the result of using random.org:
on your Christmas card
For this challenge I'm also very pleased to welcome Kim as a Guest Designer.
'I am a self confessed 'Stampaholic' living with my family in Surrey.
I am known as the 'Granny in the Attic' and have four Grandchildren Megan(12), Reece(9) and the twins Saskia and Ciaran(5).
I work fulltime in a BP Simply Foods petrol station and then craft in my spare time.
I have written two books. The first on Teabag Folding and the second on Rubber Stamping, both for Search Press.
I have written numerous articles for magazines including Craft Stamper.
I teach classes at various locations around the country and have demonstrated at many of the major Stamp Shows.
I am on the Design Team for Sir Stampalot, Hobby Art, Imagination and Clarity Stamps and several of my cards have featured on each of their TV shows.
I recently was lucky enough to make some of the samples for the latest Woodware catalogue.
I love joining in with the challenge blogs and have joined the DT at Crafty Cardmakers and The Stampman.'
Kim has made this delightful card using blue frosty digital papers kindly supplied by Bugaboo Stamps as well as their 'snoman 4 square' digital stamp. You can read more about Kim's card on here blog here. Please visit and leave her a comment.
Thank you, Kim, for joining me as a Guest Designer with your beautiful card.
For my card I've used the 'snowman snowflakes' by Bugaboo Stamps - you can read more about my card on My Crafty Outlook here:
Now it's over to you. As usual, you can use any materials, any techniques, as long as the end result is a Christmas card - and this week please make a card that includes snowflakes - easy peasy this week!!
Please remember also to have a look at my CHNC page on facebook - if you do go there please join in by clicking 'like' so that I know that you've been there. During the week you'll find updates and hints of the next challenge - please feel free to chat there - I know that some of you do already - thank you.