Friday, June 25, 2021

Holiday card... In June

Hey, hey! How are you doing? Have your summer vacations started yet? We are still waiting for ours. But until they come I will play with my craft supplies and hopefully make several holiday cards so I will have enough for when the holidays actually come. 

I would like to share one of the Christmas cards today.

I used the adorable image from MFT. First I coloured the image with my polychromos and then fussy cut it. Then I paper pieced the scarf so it matched the patterned paper. The papers are from Maja Design and Craft & you. I embellieshed the card with some lace, pearls, crystals and die cut snowflakes.

I raised different layers on foam pads for some extra dimension.

I would like to enter my card to the following challenges:
Scraps of life by Scrappymo!: June Rudolph days challenge
Craftyhazelnut's Christmas challenge: Anything Christmas goes
Ally's angels: Anything goes
We love Chocolate Baroque: Hand coloured or paper pieced image


  1. Vau, kakšna dlaka medvedov in vse te čudovite plasti. Paša za oči.

  2. Love the subtle colours of the papers, some really super dies and a great design. Thank you for joining our 'Hand coloured or Paper pieced' challenge at We love Chocolate Baroque.

    Kath x

  3. Lots of dimension on this Cebelica and it's such a pretty card in all the neutral colours, thanks so much for joining us at We Love Chocolate Baroque June challenge.

    B x

  4. This is so beautiful with all that great layering of lace and snowflakes! Wonderful card with lots of gorgeous detail work!

  5. Such a beautiful card I love it. Thanks you for taking part in the Rudolph Days challenge this month.

    Sue xx

  6. Wonderful creation. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge. Good luck!

  7. Your card has so many lovely layers. I love that pretty lace that you added. IT is so rich looking!

    Thanks for taking part in the June Rudolph Days Challenge.


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