Christmas Countdown

søndag 17. april 2011

My third christmascard in April

This is the third christmascard I've made this month - and with still some aprildays left I might make even more...
Also this is red and white. The image used here is from Motivet. I think this little boy is so cute - not able to sleep the night before christmas, leaving his bed going into the livingroom to check the stockings, and does he come at the right moment! Santa's coming down the chimney! (Of course he's coming down - the stockings aren't filled yet!) Aren't there many of us that have dreamt of being in such a scene...

The image is coloured with ProMarkers.
Textstamps are from Ladybug and Friends and Storyteller.
I've used dies from Nellie's Multiframe's (MFD007), and Spellbinders Petite Scalloped Circles Large and Contemporary Hearts.
As always (almost always) the cardstock used is Bazzill.
The DPs are mainly from my christmasscrapsbasket :)
I've also used lace and brads on the card.

Now I've put the card in a cellophaneenvelope and sealed it - and cleaned the glitter out of my room - one of the papers spread glitter everywhere!

Apart from being my third christmascard for Hjertebodens Juleblogg, I'll also enter these challenges:

Bah! Humbug! - Christmas stockings
Alphabet Challenge Blog - X for Xmas
ChristmasCardChallenges - Anything goes

5 kommentarer:

  1. Really lovely card. Fab image. Debs xx

  2. Super card and such a cute expression on the little boy's face lol! So pleased you are enjoying our challenges. Thank you for sharing with us at Bah! Humbug!

    Max's Craft Creations
    Bah! Humbug! Challenges DT

  3. So glad you enjoy our challenges - we certainly enjoy visiting your blog and looking at your gorgeous creations. This one is no exception - what a cute image. Just lovely - thank you so much for sharing with us.
    Ann xxx
    Bah! Humbug! DT

  4. Lovely card! Cute image! Thanks for taking part in the Alphabet Challenge xx

    There is another Christmas challenge blog if you are interested,

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