Without further ado here is my entry
I have coloured the image with my trusty promarkers and used some die cuts from my stash and some very sweet Tibetan charms which I use with my bag charms. I have bought lots of Christmas themed charms which are so useful both in my jewellery and card making. I do love it when craft ingredients cross over (and it is much more economical too!)
Here are the little charms in close up which spell "Let it Snow" and also a tiny snowflake.
I also added some pretty blue flowers which I "glittered" to give them some extra sparkle.
I finished my card off with a round sentiment.
These are the challenges I am entering my card into;
Lili of the valley card challenge 121 A card for someone special (shhh I can't tell you who this card is destined for yet but they are indeed special ;0)
Penny Black November card challenge All creatures great and small (A big girl and a tiny cat!)
Totally Gorjuss challenge 106 Christmas traditions (my tradition is Waiting for Santa!)
Winter Wonderland Challenge Awww what a cutie any cute image.
I also want to mention here the candy up for grabs at The Ribbon Girl blog. They have a stash of Christmas embellishments that I would love to get hold of!
Thanks for looking at my card.
So there we are, another week over and only 37 days til Christmas. I went shopping yesterday with my dear friend Karen and we started our search for our gifts. I can't give much away but I can say that there are already some gifts for Santa to stack on his sleigh ;0)
We are off Milly's again tomorrow. My Hb is going to try to get her radiators downstairs in her new house to actually heat up properly whilst my girlie and I disappear for some Christmas shopping. I am reliably informed that there is a Cath Kidston outlet shop nearby too.....yipee , I can't wait. I am also meeting up with some old school friends first at lunchtime in London. Some I have not seen since the day I left school, July 1979. It should be great fun. I am then catching the train and will meet my Hb and Milly there.
Wishing you all a great weekend. The sun is still shining here in the South East of England and I still have not got out my winter woollies. I was told that it is the warmest start to November for 350 years! I hope you are all keeping cosy and warm where ever you are and that you are just beginning to get into the spirit of my favourite time of year.
I also keep meaning to tell you that dear Billy is now 100% better and back to leaping and climbing. He has a new place to climb to now...
My King of the Castle! He has still not really ventured into my Studio but he keeps a look out for me whilst I craft away.
Bye for now,