Thursday, December 23, 2010

One Last Christmas Card...

Hi there!  A quick card share for you.  This is one last Christmas card that will be hitting the postbox tomorrow.  I know it won't make it in time, but hopefully the recipient will like it when it arrives!

Isn't she adorable?  I'm pretty proud of my watercolouring in this one.  :-)

I'm entering this card in a couple of challenges.  The first is Curtain Call Color Challenge: {ACT 61} with this gorgeous colour combination (although I did need to add a little green for the tree...):

Also, Shelli Gardner's Terrific Technique Creative Challenge, and the challenge at Simon Says Stamp, which is Anything Goes.

Wishing you all a fabulous Christmas!!  :-)

Stamp sets - Greeting Card Kids
Cardstock - Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Watercolour paper
Inks - Versamark, Bravo Burgundy, Early Espresso, Crumb Cake, Always Artichoke, Old Olive, Blush Blossom
Accessories - Black embossing powder, heat tool, Aqua painter, Crochet trim

Woohoo!  I'm a Show Stopper for this card!  :-)



  1. What a lovely Card, Have a very Merry Christmas and a happy new Year.

  2. Danielle your colouring is amazing! Do you use watercolour on all your images?

    Have a safe and happy Christmas. :) Judith

  3. Danielle this card is sooooooo amazing!!! The watercolouring is A grade and the layout with the simple lace and the soft edges around the crumb cake, WOW it's really, REALLY awesome!!! LOVE it!
    Thanks for sharing, do have a wonderful, special meaningful Christmas and a super fab New Year!!
    Smiles Sharnee :0)

  4. I absolutely adore this card. It has a definite wow factor! Have a wonderful Christmas Danielle!

  5. Danielle she is soooo pretty! I just love the CAS of this card! Just gorgeous!

  6. This is a gorgeous card! Love the layout!

  7. Very cute CAS card Danielle!!! The heat embossing is awesome!!!

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!!! Hugs ~S~

  8. This is such a sweet image, love your card DD, amazing colouring as always!

    Merry Christmas to you three, enjoy your first festive season in the new house and hope you get time to put your feet up!