Monday, 7 December 2015


Hi! Here's another card using a Digistamp Boutique image - I love these Christmas digis!

The image is coloured with Promarkers, and I added a bit of Glossy Accents to the holly berries to give them a shine.

I don't actually like Christmas pudding, because it is filled with horrible sultanas and raisins - yuck! But I think these little images are cute :)  If only Christmas pudding was made of chocolate instead...

I'm entering this one into the following challenges:

Craft for the Craic: "Christmas Cheer"

ABC Challenge: "W is for Wishes (Add a Sentiment)"

Come and Get It: "Merry Christmas"

Dragonfly Dreams: "It's Christmas!"


Eithne said...

Beautiful card, love the clean and simple. I too hate Christmas pudding, but this year making a chocolate biscuit cake in the shape of a pudding, just for the look. I'm drooling already at the thoughts of it ;)
Thank you for joining us this month over at Craft for the Craic. Merry Christmas :)

Magic Flying Boots said...

Ooooh please send me the recipe! What a brilliant idea!

Magic Flying Boots said...

Ooooh please send me the recipe! What a brilliant idea!

Andrea Norris said...

Beautiful clean and simple Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at ABC Challenge and good luck
Andrea x

Lady Anne Milnes Howard said...

Oh I just love Christmas pudding but my Great Granddaughter doesn't like it so I am making her a chocolate one :) Love the simplicity of this card you have made. Thank you for sharing with us at Dragonfly Dreams, hope we see you again soon...
Love and Hugs ~ Lady Anne
Dragonfly Dreams
Anne's Paper Dream's Blog

Lady Anne Milnes-Howard of Glencairn, Caithness Scotland.

Neva Zver said...

Nice image and fun colors! Thanks for joining us at Come And Get It challenge.Neva

Annette said...

What a lovely card!
Thanks for sharing and joining us at ABC Challenge!
Hugs Annette

Ger said...
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Ger said...

Very effective CAS card. Hope you had a lovely Christmas! Thankyou for joining us this month at Craft for the Craic