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Muse: ChristmasVisions April

Hi Everyone,

I finally had some time to play along at this month Muse Christmas Visions. We have Natasha Kara from I Dream in Color guest designing for us and she made this delightful little scene.



Here is Natasha's card:

You see how I got inspired:
3 things on my card, similar background, a stitched frame and some bling.
The Santa gnome and cat are by Stampotique, the tree is Joy Clair, everything stitched is by CUTplorations and an embossing folder. Added lots of bling. 


-This is just too much fun to let it pass by. Don't you think so? Come on and join in - there is still a few days left!

Linking up with:
Stampotique SDC271 - bling it on
Jingle Belles - recycle 
(the Stitched Snow Hills were left over from another project and the gnome and cat are from a watercolor panel that I didn't like, used the back side of it)
Happy Little Stampers - emboss (snow embossing folder)

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Comments

Ardyth said…
OMG, the look on that elf's face makes me crack up! Love this inspiration!
Inkyfingers said…
What a fun scene you created and I love how you coloured the gnome and cat!
Thanks for sharing with us at Happy Little Stampers.
Hugs
Carol x
SmilynStef said…
Adorable scene with that fun little Santa Gnome ... so very glad you celebrated EARTH Day with us at Jingle Belles.
G Peplow said…
Fab Christmas card, love those tiny gnomes! Thanks for joining the Stampotique Designers Challenge
papierelle said…
Da haben wohl zwei etwas viel Glühwein getrunken?!!! .... :-)
BożenA said…
Excellent!! I love your sense of humor shown in this card. I like such bold decisions :-) This gnom is a great pretend Santa Claus :-)
Hugs,
BożenA
Birgit said…
Ha, ha...what a fun Santa Gnome and cat, just adorable, I love them!
Flo said…
Dein Weihnachtsmann sieht ja noch etwas schläfrig aus. Hast du ihn beim Mittagsschlaf gestört? *hihi*
Aber es ist schon richtig: man kann nicht früh genug anfangen.
Liebe Grüße
Monika Reeck said…
hiyaa the Santa soo coool with that eyes hehe makes me smile
coool
and love the scene with he snow here
cute Xmas card my friend
hugs
Monika

PS: try to catch up a bit hope you are happy to get my visit Suesse
Julie S said…
These are WONDERFUL!! So glad you joined our challenge at the SDC blog again.
Jools Robertson said…
Wonderful winter scene!
Thank you for joining the Stampotique Challenge
Jools x
Corrie Herriman said…
Such a fun card ! Thank you for joining the Stampotique Challenge !
Corrie x
Made me smile... you are either a bit late for Christmas though or nice and early. Perfect timing for Stampotique though! Thanks for joining in with us x
lauren bergold said…
beautiful use of those recycled bits and bobs... thanks for joining our earth day celebrations at JINGLE BELLES! <3
Kim Heggins said…
So darn cute...just love it!
conil said…
Well, this was definitely worth the visit...that first card is a hoot. Love the eyes on Santa and the cat...had me giggling. And who doesn't love a singing bear...you did yourself proud on these two.
Anita in France said…
Quirky, cute and so fun, Cornelia ... who couldn't smile at the expressions on those faces! Hugs, Anita :)
Sam & Poppy said…
I'm not ready for Christmas lol but these are really cute!
Thanks for joining in with us at Stampotique :)
This N That said…
You are already ahead of the game with your Christmas cards! Wow! These are beautiful! Thank you for playing along with Stampotique!

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