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Day 8-Honeybearz Designs 12 Days of Christmas Annual Blog Hop

Welcome to the Honeybearz Designs 12 Days of Christmas Annual Blog Hop. This will be a 12 day blog hop, from November 25th through December 6th.  Each day we will have projects for you that are Christmas themed in some way.  If you hopped over from Theresa, then you are in the right place. However if you are just starting here, you can start at the beginning of this hop with Lisa at Honeybearz Designs

Along with wonderful Christmas projects, designs and inspiration, there is a wonderful list of participating sponsors through out the hop. You can find the list of Sponsors at Honeybearz Designs.  Please leave a comment at each blog to be eligible for the awesome giveaways.
The Scrapbook Club is excited to be a part of the hop this year. We will be sharing with you a wonderful technique for making your Christmas Cards this year along with 12 video tutorials for you, one for each day showcasing a card technique.  Let's get started!

Here at SBC, we will be doing One Sheet Wonder Cards for this hop.  You can find the template that we will be using HERE to make the 12 different cards using the same design paper. 
 Here is our eight video tutorial...

We hope you enjoyed this video and learning about how to use the "One Sheet Wonder" Technique for your card making.  We also have example cards of our Day 8 technique for you...
DT- Sandy

Cristina VintagePink39
Tip: always make sure your stamp is where you want it to be lol
Recipe: Recollections "O'Christmas Tree" paper collection, Melissa Frances-Mika Flakes

I hope your enjoyed today's project. If you have a question, please leave it in the comments, and a DT member will get back to you. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques.

And as always, comments are appreciated. Thank you for stopping by and Have a blessed day!
 SBC Team Designer

Your next stop is DIANA!

Previous Blog Hop Videos- 
Day 1: Paper Tearing and Chipboard
Day  2: Sticker Embellishments, Stickles and Embossing
Day  3: Wet Embossing
Day  4: Embesllished Tag
Day  5: Punches and Sanding
Day  6: CAS
Day  7: Watermarking

The entire Blog Hop Line Up:


  1. Beautiful cards, love the snowflake!

  2. Absolutely beautiful.... love the red snowflake :) ty for the tutorials

  3. Diana - I am loving the fold cards very much! Lovely, lovely and thanks for the tutorial as well! You go you crafty gal! Thanks for the hop! thanks for sharing enjoy your week Gail

  4. Your Cards are adorable. Thanks so much for sharing.

    racincrafts at aim dot com

  5. Pretty cards - love the sparkly snowflake.
    isoscia at aol dot com

  6. Wow, your red glittery snowflake card is so pretty and love all the designs!

  7. Nice gatefold cards; I especially like the pretty snowflake.


  8. OOOOO
    french doors! and that snowflake is perrrrrfect!
    Midge :)


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