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Win 1,000 worth of Hunkydory prizes @ Cardmaking

We can’t think of a better way to get into the Christmas spirit than to sit down and create a fantastic selection of cards with these magical Hunkydory products. We’re giving 10 Cardmaking & Papercraft readers the chance to do just that! Hunkydory have recently launched four different Christmas collections – Christmas Cuties, Traditional Christmas, Contemporary Christmas and White Christmas. Hunkydory’s award-winning design team has lovingly designed each of these spectacular ranges and there is an eclectic mix of traditional and modern designs that are perfect for creating cards for all of your friends and family.

Each lucky winner will receive a mammoth Christmas Craftinator Bundle which makes a minimum of 80 cards along with a whole load of other Christmas treats including inserts, acetate, sentiments and foiled card. This festive prize package will see to all your Christmas needs – whether it’s a minimalist card for your best friend or a pop-up marvel for your husband, this collection has something for everyone.

So what are you waiting for? Kick-start your Christmas crafting now! For more details visit hunkydorycrafts.co.uk

Each prize contains:
←Christmas Craftintor 2014

←Christmas Craftinator Luxury Inserts for Cards

←Christmas Craftinator Foiled Card Selection Box

←Snowfall Acetate Bumper Pack

←Festive Wishes Luxury Foiled Sentiments

←Christmas Crafting with Hunkydory Special Edition Project Magazine

←Christmas Craftinator Adorable Scorable Selection

1 Comment

There is a question Baz.

On which day of the week does Christmas Day fall this year?
A) Tuesday
B) Thursday >>>>>>>>>>my suggested answer
C) Saturday :
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