Mo's challenge. Theme: Easle with a animal or bird somewhere

Good morning,
Today i would like to share my entry for this challenge, which i realy enjoyed making.
This is my easle card. It uses the Bella and Bronte 'tabbogan' image.
I decided to create a christmas card, which is something different.

I coloured the image using promarkers. The christmas papers are quite new and are a dovecraft product. I used two papers, one patterened and the other striped.
I added five snowflakes, in different sizes to the side of the image.

I also typed up a little insert.

Comments

  1. Really, really pretty. I especially like that you didn't use the traditional Christmas colors.

    Cheryl

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  2. Hi Natalie...oh how wonderful!! I love your non-traditional Christmas colors!! Your papers are sooo pretty! And I love the soft colors you used when coloring this adorable Mo Manning image!! Your coloring is beautiful, girl!! The snowflakes add the perfect touch to this fun holiday card! I'm so tickled that you've joined us again this week at Mo's for our fun challenge! Hugs...Pat

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  3. Hi Natalie

    this is beautiful, a gorgeous card, love this image

    Joey xx

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  4. Saw this on DP2 and came over to say I think it is gorgeous. Love the papers.
    Denise xx

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  5. Natalie, this is adorable, gotta love Bella. Great colors. Thanks for playing the Mo's Challenge this week.

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  6. How cute this is! I love the papers and colors you've used on with this fun image. Glad you joined us in Mo's Challenge.

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  7. I love how you have made this, I usually leave space for sentiment at back of image, but to leave the space at the bottom - why didn't i think of that earlier!!!! brilliant!

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