Please remember 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. Let's see if we can get at least 100 'likes' by the end of the year.
Before I get on to today's challenge, I need to let you know the winner of challenge 96. Unfortunately, there could only be one winner and this is the result of using random.org:
Congratulations, Tracey! Please email me at email@example.com with your name and full address so I can arrange for you to receive your prize from Creative Craft World.
Last week I was asking you not to use patterned paper; this week, I'm asking you to use at least three different patterned papers.
This challenge is being sponsored by Crimson Cloud.
The randomly-chosen winner will receive three packs of die cuts of their choice from the wide selection at Crimson Cloud.
Here is my first card for this challenge - you can read about it here on My Crafty Outlook and see the sketch that I followed - I've used the same stamp as I used for a couple of cards for last week's challenge, but, hey, I like it, so I thought I'd use it again.
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 make any Christmas card you like using at least three different patterned papers.
Please don't forget that I have now launched Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra blog - until 30 November there is a chance to win some Christmas blog candy - please go over there, become a follower, give it a mention on your blog and join the linky for a chance to win the candy. From 1 January 2013 there will be monthly 'anything goes' challenges (Christmas, of course) - an opportunity to share all of your Christmas cards that you make through the year, with a chance to win some Bugaboo stamps as there will be a randomly-chosen winner at the end of every month.
Weekly challenges here will, of course, continue in the new year as usual.