Christmas card 2020

In November, I spent some time designing this year's Chalkdust puzzle Christmas card.
The card looks boring at first glance, but contains 9 puzzles. By splitting the answers into two digit numbers, then colouring the regions labelled with each number (eg if an answer to a question in the red section is 201304, colour the regions labelled 20, 13 and 4 red), you will reveal a Christmas themed picture.
If you want to try the card yourself, you can download this pdf. Alternatively, you can find the puzzles below and type the answers in the boxes. The answers will be automatically be split into two digit numbers, and the regions will be coloured...
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@JDev: lots of the card will still be brown once you're done, but you should see a nice picture. Perhaps one of your answers is wrong, making a mess of the picture?
I finished all of the puzzles but the picture is far from colored in. Am I missing something?

These puzzles have been a blast!
Thanks a lot, Matthew. It was great fun!
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@Tara: I initially made the same mistake. Maybe you didn't take into account that 6 is not one of the available digits in question 1?
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@Tara: Yes, looks like you may have got an incorrect answer for one of the black puzzles
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