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Muse: ChristmasVisions 76

Hi Everyone,

did you know that Muse Christmas Visions has started?
We are doing things a bit differently this year. We are now a MONTHLY challenge - so no stress to try to squeeze in your card every week. But feel free to link up as many cards as you like!

This month muse is Kimberley Wiener with a fun Santa card, that I closely CASEd.

As you can see, I took a Santa (Paper Smooches), my Copic markers and some patterned paper, that I sponged in green, since I did not like its white background. I also added Stickles to the paper. Same layout, too.

Here is Kimberley's fun card:

See, not much difference. 

I hope you all are inspired to play along. Just in case you forgot or are new to MCV:

Challenge will start at 9 am on the first Wednesday of each month.Voting will start at 8 am on the fourth Wednesday of each month.Voting results will be announced at noon on the last day of the month.We hope that you'll love our new format and that you'll be inspired to play along.  And if you miss our weekly format, you can always join us more than once during the month!

See you at MCV!

Linking up with:

Happy Little Stampers  - anything Christma  s
Paper Smooches GDT search - why not? 
Inline image 1   Try out HERE! 


Flo said…
Du fängst aber früh an mit Weihnachtskarten!!!
Sehr witzig sehen die aus.
Liebe Grüße
!neke said…
Love the funny Christmas guy !
Great background !

Ineke X
*Vicki* said…
These are all such fun creations! Love the sketch and really love that jolly Santa! :)
Suchi said…
So good to know Muse Christmas Vision has started. Your card is a perfect CASE of Kimberly Cornelia! Love that Santa! :)
(I am so happy to be commenting again after a long time)
Hugs xx
Cornelia!! This is perfectly cute!
Ruth said…
You can never start too early on your Christmas cards I say! The patterned paper works really well and I love your cheery Santa xx
Birgit said…
That Santa is so cool...he´s making this card so fun:)
Oh, this is pure cuteness, love this sweet little Santa and this awesome background you made for him, how clever to sponge the pattern paper, that is a fabulous idea, it looks amazing.
Maria Rodriguez.
Kim Heggins said…
Oh....this is so cute! Love that sweet Santa.
Mac Mable said…
Fabulous take on the Muse card. Great colour combination and such a funny sentiment x
Rosmarie said…
Also ich finde da schon ein paar Unterschiede! Nur in einem Punkt finde ich sie identisch: es sind zwei geniale Karten!!
Monika Reeck said…
this is cuuuteee
love the idea of making green your DP
and the santa so so cuuutee
You ready for christmas this year I guess and one of this cute card reserved to Gruenwedel Strasse 4 hehehe
Inkyfingers said…
What a fun card, and I great take on the muses' card. I LOVE that you coloured the background paper to make it fit your design - a big reminder to me to try and stretch my stash.
Thanks for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers and I hope you will join us again soon.
Carol x
Anita in France said…
So cute, Cornelia ... great colouring on that fun Santa ... his beard looks positively pullable!! Hugs, Anita :)
Susan said…
What a fun Santa! Love the way you used dp for the upper section and sponged over it - need to remember that as a way to use up some of my stash! Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers.
Robyn Oliver said…
Fabulous card Cornelia, love that santa
~amy~ said…
How that santa!

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