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Sunday, 5 January 2014

Happy New Year!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Happy 2014 to everyone!!

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and are looking forward to lots of crafting this year.

We Hurley Girlies have some fabulous news - a few changes have been made to our Challenge Blog and we very much look forward to you joining in on all the fun and frivolity!!!

First things first - a new name!!


As Clare mentioned in her previous winners post, we have some exciting news to share with you! The Sarah Hurley Challenge Blog is changing! We have a fresh start for 2014 with lots more features for you and we can't wait to get started. Click here to see what's new :D

Our first challenge for the new year is Thank You, and here's Jaine to explain all:

"Since Christmas and the New Year festivities are now over, it seems we all have something to be thankful for. It may be a thank you for the present, thank you for having us or simply a show of thankfulness for having got through Christmas without gaining much weight! (that's not me by the way). So it's right that we show our thanks in this first challenge."

Thanks Jaine - Here is my Thank You Challenge entry:



I have used papers from The Most Wonderful Time Digi Kit to make my card, and used the Memory Box Circle Burst Die, which was a Christmas gift from my lovely friend Pam.

We really hope to see lots more of you and your lovely creations this year, so please spread the word!!!!!

4 comments:

Carol S.

Hi Jess, Happy New Year to you. Love your card and I have decided to make more CAS cards this year. Your card is a perfect example as just how stunning they can be. I do find it hard but must keep trying! Hugs, Carol S.xx

Jaine Drake

What a clean and simple design, so chic. Happy New Year to you xx

Claire Newcombe

Wow Jess, this is beautiful, and what a gorgeous die-works just brilliantly with these papers.

Best wishes for 2014
Claire x

nicoleqmullen

Gorgeous card Jessica, and I love that die, it makes a great focal point of the papers!

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