Hanukkah Sameach | The Joyous Festival | Hedgehog Hollow Guest Design


Hey crafty friends! I am thrilled to be guest designing for The Hedgehog Hollow using the November 2020 kit. The November Box is packed full of goodies relating to the upcoming holiday season!

As luck would have it, this month the kit includes a Hannukah stamp set, which I have been looking to add to my collection for a while.  I begin with a Hannukah inspired card and combined it with the beautiful pattern paper.



Using a stitched A2 sized rectangle die, I die cut the snowflake pattern paper. Next, I wanted to create a focal panel and add the stamped image. I debated on the background and settled on a blue inked background to match the pattern paper.

I began with a piece of powder blue cardstock cut down to 3” by 4.25” and ink blended the panel using Hero Arts’ Dusty Blue, Catherine Pooler’s Something Borrowed, and Distress Ink in Chipped Sapphire. It took some effort to build up the ink layers, but I love the end result.

Once the panel was completely dry, I stamped the Menorah using VersaMark ink and added silver embossing powder. I added a little sparkle to the Menorah with a sparkle gel pen. Of course, I had to add some splatters to the front panel and finished this card by adding the panel with foam adhesive to the background.



I will be back later in the month to share another fun project using the contents of the November kit. As always thank you so much for stopping by, until next time….sprinkle a little creativity on your day!


Below you will find links to the supplies used to create this card. When possible, I use affiliate links to link products I use or personally believe in. To find out how affiliate links work and the companies I support, please check out my  Affiliate Disclosure/Shopping Sites. 

One thought on “Hanukkah Sameach | The Joyous Festival | Hedgehog Hollow Guest Design

  1. The first candle will be lit up this coming Sunday evening, which will mark a beginning of the Hanukkah holidays! We wish you joyous, warm and bright days for the upcoming Hanukkah as well as for the entire life!

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