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Tuesday, 15 November 2016


This week at Cardz4guyz, Julie has chosen the theme of Reindeer. Now I know my gorgeous Lavinia stag is not really a reindeer but its the nearest I have.  Distress ink background, Inkylicious santa and reindeer and the small trees, Stampin Up Lovely as a tree fir trees and Hobby Arts rabbits, I just love the tiny ones ! bit if blue pencil for shadows and lots of Glamour Dust sparkle everywhere, Hope you will join us in this challenge

I'd like to enter my card in a couple of challenges

Just realised I never linked my card to the challenges DOH !


  1. It's a lovely winter scene Joan and make magical with the Santa as well.

    B x

  2. Oooo such a gorgeous winter scene and am loving the cute bunnies and added Santa too, Luv Sam x

  3. Lovely card Joan, it's a gorgeous scene.
    Avril xx
    p.s. Thanks for linking to both FSC and TioT

  4. A gorgeous card, such a wonderful Christmas scene.

    Sue xx

  5. Awesome scene! Beautiful made

  6. So beautiful Joan, love the winter scene you have created, and those little bunnies are so sweet, love the stamped trees, they look fab..

    Hugs Babs

  7. Gorgeously serene and happy scene Joan! Especially love the bunnies! Nicola x

  8. A very beautiful card

    Thank you for joining us at Try it on Tuesday

    Love Chrissie xx

  9. Wowww the card ist very beautiful, great scene!
    Thank you for joining us at FSC.
    Greetings Carola

  10. What a fabulous card - yes, my Lavinia stag gets used for Christmas cards too! I love how you created this scene! Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday! Chris

  11. Love your beautiful card! You've created a lovely scene. Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday.
    Mar x

  12. You've created such a beautiful and magical Winter scene here Joan. I love how all of the animals appear to be be watching Santa in his sleigh and I adore the little Rabbit stamps. Thank you for sharing your card with us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges, Sandra x


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