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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Winter fun with Pickles the Penguin

Hi folks, Managed to sneak another creation in today!!
 

This one is usin Pickles the Penguin and Christmas Accessories set from Digital Delights. Had a lot of fun on this an loved using the liquid pearls for the snow effect.

I also made a pull out gift card to match the card and it sits perfectly in the pocket on the inside!

Recipe:
All DD Stamps Used: Pickles the Penguin and Christmas Accessories set

CS and Papers: Coredinations, My Minds Eye
Ink: Printer
Markers: Copics
Access and Embellishments: Ribbon, Stickles, Liquid pearls, North Pole brads, flat back snowlflakes and velevet ribbon
Coloring Medium: Markers
Special Techniques: paper tole, machine stitching

Have also entered it into the following challenges:
ABC Challenge - I is for (Igloo)
ABC Christmas Challenge - Y is for Yuletide (red and green)
All that scraps - Snowflakes
Inky Impressions - Christmas
Tuesday Throwdown - Embellish it
Gingerloft - bows
One stop craft - Christmas cuties
Paper Cutz - Anything goes
Prairie Fairy Fridays - Buttons and Bows

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16 comments:

Marlene said...

You've been a productive lady! This is gorgeous!

Cecelia said...

Hello there;0) Great card! I love all the stitching and the penguin is super cute. The inside looks great too! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving;0)

Hugs
Cecelia B

**I have 1 year Anniversary Blog Candy if you are interested;0)

Gale Varland said...

Too Cute. Love the lights on the igloo! Thanks for playing with us at Gingerloft Challenges. :) Gale

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Such a cute, happy card, as always Wendy! Wonderful image and love all the layering. Great take on the buttons and bows challenge! So happy you could join in the fun with the fairies at Fairy Fun Friday.

Suzi said...

Utterly adorable Wendy, love the sweet image, the papers and design are fantastic as is the beautiful inside. Thank you so much for joining us at Fairy Fun Friday this week.
Hugs
Suzi x

Lisa Foster said...

Love this, Wend! That pocket on the inside is pure genius! Gorgeous Gorgeous card!
Hugs,
Lisa

Kelly said...

Beautiful card, I just love penquins and he decorated his home some wonderfully. Thanks for joining us at FFF, we look forward to seeing your future creations.

Chris said...

Too cute!

Lorraine A said...

Hi Wendy :-) hope all is well with you xx

gorgeous card :-) the image is adorable ,, what a fab penguin and the papers and colours are fab :-)


thanks for joining us on the ABC Christmas Challenge :-)
luv
Lols x x x

Shelley said...

This looks amazing, I love the cute image and the stitching looks great. Thanks for playing along at One Stop Craft Challenge. Hugs Shelley xx

Lynn said...

What a beautiful Christmas card and the penguin is so cute. The bow is lovely too:)
Thanks for joining us at Gingerloft Challenges
huggs
Lynn x

Dot said...

Cute card Wendy, I love the dp you have used and the way you have decorated the inside as well. Thanks for joining in the Y for Yuletide at ABC Christmas Challenge this time and good luck in the prize draw.
hugs Dorte

Mary's Creatieve verslavings Blog said...

Hi Wendy,

I have a little something for you on my blog :-)
See you and hugs,

Mary

Nancy Thomas said...

What a fun and colorful card. Anyone would love to receive this happiness in an envelope.

~♥~The Navy Wife~♥~ said...

This is so pretty and Christmassy! I love it and the image is cute with all the embellies around the card. Thank you for playing with us at Gingerloft Challenge.

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