Tuesday 31 December 2013

Peace on Earth

Today's card is my final christmas card of 2013, which i made a couple of weeks ago and forgot to put on my blog.
I made the card for the house mouse anf friends  use silver or gold.

I decided on a very simple white and silver theme, using an image from the house mouse cd rom.

I added lace, cheesecloth and pearls to embelish.


  1. Natalie, this is just beautiful. Wow, I've never thought of using cheesecloth. Brilliant idea. It look fabulous with your lace and of course that lovely image. Thanks you so much for joining in with us here at House Mouse & Friends this week. Wishing you a very Happy New Year.

  2. Love this super cute image, mouse looks so comfy. Beautiful soft colors and love the lace too. Thanks for joining us for House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.


  3. This is a beautiful card, such a gorgeous image and I love the combination of white and silver with the soft blue on the image, it looks so elegant.
    Thank you for joining us at House-Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.

  4. A super image and the lace and cheesecloth go so well on a very pretty card. Thanks for joining the House Mouse and Friends Silver or Gold Challenge. Kim GDT x

  5. Fabulous card!.

    If you like these cute images
    you might want to consider joining us at.


  6. Lovely sweet image Natalie great design love the icy colour combo with the Silver..

    Thanks for sharing with us at HM & friends chall this time good luck.

    smiles Christine x

    ps Dont forget you do need to link back to House Mouse & friends chall in case you win a prize..


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