21/11/2016

Fox in the Snow ...

Good Morning!
They say things happen in three's and that's certainly true considering today's creation! 
This is my third card in a row featuring an image that I haven't coloured myself. This image is a little different however as it's actually from a shop bought Christmas card! 
I bought a cushion with this exact design on last year and as soon as I saw the design as a set of Christmas cards from the RSPB I knew I had to snap them up. I die cut the image from the original card and used it as a topper on one of mine!

I'd like to enter this card into the following challenges -
SIMON SAYS STAMP - CHRISTMAS CRITTERS
ALLSORTS - O CHRISTMAS TREE
INGREDIENTS -
Maja Design 'Vintage Frost Basics' Papers
Topper from my stash
Various Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts & The Ribbon Girl
Penny Black 'Tall Trees' Die
Silver Bell & Gold Floral Berries from The Ribbon Girl
Bon Bon & Lily White Sprinkles by Doodlebug
Silver Shimmer Dome Stickers by Papermania
Bark Stars from Live & Live Crafts
Paper Doily, Ranger Glossy Accents, Cheesecloth & Twinklets
Tim Holtz Distressing Tool

Thanks for stopping by,
HAPPY CRAFTING!
XXX

7 comments:

Ribbon Girl said...

oh that fox looks freezing! lovely card Nat! Thank you for joining in with The Ribbon Girl November 'use any image' challenge - good luck! Mary www.ribbongirl.co.uk

Janette said...

Nat your card is gorgeous and that fox is so beautiful...x

Pollard Carole said...

wonderful what a stunning image and design hugs Carole x

Karen Knott said...

Gorgeous card, what a great idea to diecut the original card image and love all of your embellishments.
Hugs, Kaz x

brenda said...

A super creation for our 'Oh Christmas Tree' theme at Allsorts, many thanks for joining in Nat. And love the Fox, despite them always huting out our chickens I still have a soft spot for them.

B x

Virginia Lu said...

Awesome details! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Christmas Critters” Challenge! Well done!

Mervi said...

Lovely card, cute fox!
Thank you for sharing over at Allsorts;-))m