21 July 2011

More Christmas In July

Seems to be a popular theme this month - I wonder what August will bring.
This is a Penny Black image called Santa Claws (clever huh). I've enhanced the background paper with embellies, added a bow, and a snowflake. Image is coloured by Promarkers and glitter added around the edge of the image and hat. I'm entering this into the following challenges:
ABC Christmas Challenge - Letter 'O' for any old image or digi
I Love Promarkers - Christmas In July
Stamptacular Sunday Challenge - Animal Antics
2 Sisters Challenge Blog - Christmas In July
Creative Inspirations Challenge - Christmas In July


Sandra said...

This is a gorgeous image from Pennyblack love the colouring and background:) Sandra H

Tine said...

Hi Jeanette. Adorable image and love the touch of sparkle you have given it too. Super bow! Thanks for joining us at I ♥ Promarkers this week.
Tine :)

Karen said...

Gorgeous Jeanette, love this image too, thanks for joining us at I ♥ ProMarkers.

clare said...

so cute, love that image. x

Helen said...

Awww...this is so cute!
Thanks for joining us at the ABC Christmas Challenge!
Helen x

Cheryl said...

this is one gorgeous card,love the image,and adore the papers you have used on this,
,bless you for playing at creative inspirations this week hugs cheryl xxx

Suzi said...

This is a real cute image, like your design and the colour combo. Thank you for joining us at Creative Inspirations with your adorable card.
Suzi x

Nina said...

A wonderful christmas card! Love the very sweet cat and your colouring.

Thank you for joining our Animal Antics challenge at Stamptacular Sunday :)
Hugs, Nina.

Caroljenks said...

What a gorgeous card - This has to be one of my fav Christmas PB's - you've coloured it perfectly.

Thanks for joining us over at ABC Christmas Challenge this week for our 'O is for Old' Challenge :)

Carol x

Anonymous said...

What a fab card I love that image the the bow is yummi too! Thanks for playing along with us on the
ABC Christmas Challenge
hugs Samantha