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Muse Christmas Vision #63

Hi Everyone,

I am back to stimulate you to pull out your Christmas supplies and play with us at the Muse Christmas Vision!

I first took a Tim Holtz embossing folder and embossed those trees. I took a light grey Copic marker and drew in some shadow to the left of each tree. The decorated penguin is from a Joy Clair stamp set called Winter Penguins (lots of cute ones to choose from). I colored in the lights and added sequins and the sentiment, which is by STAMPlorations, the set is called Oh Christmas Tree

So, there are so many ways to CASE this - I am sure you'll find your own unique one! 

Hope to see you at MCV!


Marianne said…
Such a fun card. Hope I can find the time to play along for a change. I wanted to play along last week, but work got in the way...
conil said…
Shadowing those trees is really makes them pop. That's why you're Clever Cornelia and I'm just me. And that penguin just makes me smile. How adorable...
*Vicki* said…
LOL!! That guy is adorable!! Love this design! :)
Darnell said…
This has both the elegance of those stately embossed trees and the whimsy of that adorable reindeer penquin (?!) tangled in the lights! LOVE this, Cornelia!! Hugs, Darnell
Robyn Oliver said…
This was a super fun card to 'cas' Cornelia - great white space, it just makes a card pop
Anita in France said…
Ha ... this little guy in his tangle of lights has me smiling out loud, Cornelia ... how adorable! The pops of colour are fantastic with all that gorgeous white (and cleverly shadowed) texture of the trees! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
yayy this one is too cuutee
love that tree emboss Cornelia
cute Image perfecto sentiment
adorable Design again Cornelia
Mac Mable said…
Yep loving the shading on one side of the embossing, creative genius. Such a fun penguin stamp and loving the text type for the sentiment x
cm said…
I want to wander through your pretty forest to see the antler-sporting penguin with his Christmas lights in a twist! Cute AND classy AND whimsical!

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