Making Frosty Friends!

Hi there

It is almost Christmas Eve here and I had planned on sharing so many more Christmas cards with you, and I am failing and running out of days, but what do you all think, would you still like to see more cards even though Christmas will be over?  Do let me know what you think..


Anyways, I can share this one with you tonight, I chose to create a snow scene using some Lawn Fawn goodies, colouring in the snowman from Making Frosty Friends and the little birdie, adding him to a snow bank that had a blended background of soft blue, adding white gel pen dots to create a snow falling look, simple and easy card to pull together, completing by adding a die cut silver stitched snowflake a sentiment from a stamp set from MFT and some pearls..

The closest this girl will get to a white Christmas or for that matter snow, I can only keep dreaming for it to happen one day :)

Keeping this post short and sweet as we all have so much more to do I guess, for me all the presents are wrapped apart from 2 that I still need to get tomorrow, food shopping is complete, cards are all created and sent, now to get the house cleaned tomorrow before doing my last shift at work before Christmas Eve and then once that is done and dusted I can sit with a glass of red in hand and relax for a couple of days..

This is the first year I have been this relaxed and ahead of time, I hope you are all coping with the lead up and are feeling relaxed..

Enjoy your night, I am off to watch A Christmas Carol, one of my favs..


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  • conil

    Of course, we want to see anything you create. This little snowman is so charming with his birdie friend. Lovely card. Happy Christmas…enjoy the season.ReplyCancel

  • You’re not alone Joy in running out of time! I for one would love to see your Christmas cards, because at this stage, without the pressure of having to have them made in time to send out, we can just appreciate them and will definitely be inspired by them. I love your style and often CASE your cards – not exactly copy, but use ideas or elements I see in them, So I really appreciate all you have to show – anytime!
    Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a happy and hassle-free new year! (sweltering here near Melbourne BTW) lol!ReplyCancel

  • PatM

    YES, by all means, keep sharing! Christmas is not really over until New Year’s anyway. I agree with Ann…we can sit back and totally enjoy them at leisure. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.ReplyCancel

  • Lizzy Hill

    This is lovely! Of course, since i make Christmas cards all year round….I’d LOVE to see more even if it’s over:) LOOOOVE the depth you’ve achieved on the card:)) Have a lovely day tomorrow!!ReplyCancel

  • I ran out of time, which is why I am reading this post several days after Christmas. Lol. Hope you had a wonderful holiday. Thanks for sharing your beautiful cards all year long.ReplyCancel

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