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Cute Christmas

Hi Everyone,

I have not made a Christmas card in a while, and the Winter Wonderland challenge asks for a cute Christmas card.

So I pulled out this cute Mama Elephant set and thought it should qualify. The background I made with an embossing folder by Alexandra Renke.

Linking up with:

ATSM - holiday

Blog Badgegrab button for Christmas at Sweet Stampin'


tonilea said…
that is charming.
That certainly is cute and adorable. Love the embossing folder design too.
conil said…
What a sweet, chubby little critter. And the snow is a perfect backdrop for him. Great sentiment, as well.
Bobby said…
What a sweet card, Cornelia.
Izzy Scrap said…
This is so cute, Cornelia ! Love this adorable mouse and it makes me smile. I'm also totally in love of this delicate embossing background. I've already seen it on AR website and I hesitated but it definitely makes such a beautiful effect ! Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at ATSM.
Nora Noll said…
This is so sweet!! I LOVE the little scene you created.
Debbie Mageed said…
Such a cute holiday card! Your coloring is wonderful! Thank you for playing with us at the Alphabet Challenge and hope you can join us again soon.
Anita in France said…
Adorable, Cornelia ... love how the snowy texture draws the eye to that cute mouse! Hugs, Anita :)
Sian said…
I love this. It's so cute! Thank you for joining us at the Alphabet Challenge. Sian (DT).
Kim Heggins said…
Simply your adorable little mouse!

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