Thursday 22 November 2018

Christmas/Winter @ Aud Sentiments

Yup, it is that time of year when us crafters need to start thinking about getting prepared for Christmas. And if you don't celebrate Christmas then it is still the time to get inspiration from the frosty winter mornings, and lovely clear blue skys. So our theme for our new challenge at Aud Sentiments, is to use a Christmas or Winter sentiment. Our sponsor for this challenge is Paper Nest Dolls,

and I have used Vintage Carolers for my card:

To keep the vintage feel I coloured the image with Watercolour pencils and added some sparkle with Papermania glitter pens. I fussy cut the image and layered onto a floral, vintage patterned paper and a dark grey base card. Finally I added a foiled sentiment topper (could be hunkydory, but not certain), and a robin.

I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Cute Card Thursday #557 Festive Colours
Allsorts #494 CAS Christmas
CraftyHazelnuts #412 Something beginning with H (Hats)
MMM #84 Winter Foliage
AYLI - Rubber or Digis (Digi stamps are much more forgiving - I am certainly more likely to have a nice crisp outline)

I am so looking forward to getting all my decorations down out of the attic!!

Hugz Tinz


  1. Lovely card. Thanks for joining AYLI challenge. Elaine

  2. Cute Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at the CHNC Christmas Weekly this week for our "Anything Goes, optional: "Something beginning with H" Challenge.

  3. Thank you for sharing at Allsorts' Cas Christmas;-))m

  4. Super cute card!
    Many thanks for joining us at Cute Card Thursday this week!

  5. What a sweet Christmas couple. Lovely design. Thanks for sharing your sweet creation with us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin'. It looks fabulous!! Come and play along again next month too. Happy crafting, Wends xoxo CaSS DT

  6. Lovely card, thanks for playing along with the As You Like It 'digi or rubber' challenge

    Anne x


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