Well I had two surprises in two days, my card for the last challenge for Jingle belles was lucky enough to be selected as one of the top three. I must say I was extremely happy as Stef, Lauren and the Jingle Belles crew was the first card blog I visited frequently, playing along at home not game enough to enter my cards for close to four years. Thank you ladies you truly made my day!
Okay bragging over...;-)
On to this weeks challenge over at Case-ing Christmas, this week I took my inspiration purely from Ellen's sentiment, you can see her beautiful creation here. I was going to use silver and white and handcut noel from mirror board but this weeks time constraints won't allow, I will save that for another card.
I previously posted a gift box with a cute little penguin image from one of my favourite designers, whom has passed away, I have used a second digi image from Shirley Toogood, which was from the Papercraft inspirations website, changes to their site no longer provides access to the digi I used, but Shirley's blog is still up and has a few digi images available.
I coloured my image with Derwent pencils and fussy cut it out
What I used:
DL card blank
Pink polka dot paper
White glitter card
Pink linen paper
Noel Digi from Papercraft Inspirations
Peace Digi from ?? (if you own the Peace on earth digi- let me know)
Fiskars Circle Punch
Mpress Scalloped circle die
I would like to enter this card in
Case-ing Christmas #15
Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge Extra- Always Christmas April
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge April
Crafty Calendar Challenge Add a Sentiment
The Pink Elephant Use pastel colours
ABC Challenge G is for Go digital
Thank you for stopping by...
have a good one
p.s. Thank you so very much for all the lovely comments you have been leaving me!