Thursday 13 November 2014

A Christmas Wish


I  used this image from Joanna sheen, coloured with promarkers, to make this simple 6x6 card.
The paper is from trimcrafts back to basics christmas modern, all matted on kraft.
The sentiment came from a magazine.
To add detail to the sky, rather than colour it i used the pearl glue effect to create snow.


  1. Your card is gorgeous and thank you for joining in our challenge at Gruffies and Guest "Anything goes with the option of “Christmas” good luck and hope to see you again next time Dt Member Sandra H xx

  2. I have to say that this is one of my all time fave images...I have the original stamp for this and it is BIG but oh so fun to color up. Great card-thanks for becoming a new follower as well! ♥ Sue Kment

  3. Oops and thanks for joining in our blog hop challenge at HMFMC as well!

  4. Such a beautiful card! I love the colors you used and the papers and ribbon go so well with your image. Those pearly snowflakes add just the sweetest touch. Thanks for joining us at House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.

    Snoopy :D

  5. Sooooooo cute, love the image, thanks for joining in the fun over at Gruffies & Guests, good luck in the challenge, Anne-Marie DT x

  6. Love this frosty scene you created with this stamp, Natalie.Thanks for joining us for the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.


  7. Adorable House-Mouse card, perfect for our theme. Lovely Papers too. Thanks for joining the BLOG-HOP fun at HMFMC. Good Luck to you. :)
    Dorte x

  8. Adorable image and card. Thank you for sharing with us at Gruffies & Guests Challenge.


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