Some very plain Christmas cards to post today...but I really needed to get started on my cards or I won't be sending out any this year and that would not make me very happy. I had ordered some LOTV images that I wanted to use so badly. So I inked them up today...coloured with copics and added lots of stamped trees. You may not notice but I added a piece of acetate to the front of the image and popped it up. Very clean and simple.
I am hoping to be posting a little more as I have been neglecting more poor blog! I haven't neglected viciting all the beautiful creations out there that I love to visit. Such amazing talent out in blog land!
Have a wonderful day and thank-you for popping in!
So ghos to see you posting your beautiful cRds. Love the design of these, such a cute image too x
AWE Christine...they are anything but plain!!! Your colouring as always stands on it's own as FABULOUS!!! Love this super cute image and card style!! I agree with Marianne...it's so GOOD to see you back...keep 'em coming dear friend!!
Adorable cards Chris, just love the tree background and your colouring is beautiful.
Oh I love your card and all the stamps works so well together.
Really cute Christine. Love the way you framed the little boy.
Yeah I have been waiting for some eye candy..love them both my fav is the second I love the darker background trees..as always your cards are dreamy!!! Have a great day!!
Christine, your colouring is amazing. You really brought the images to life. Love the design with the stamped background and the snow in the foreground. Beautiful!
These are awesome! Very cute! Getting started on mine next wknd at our fall retreat :)
beautiful Christine ... SO HAPPY to see you back ... miss gazing at your gorgeous creations!
your colouring is simply outstanding!
Wonderful Christmas Cards, Christine! Your color work is awesome as always and the design is so cute. Love the frame and the continuation of the trees.
Glad to see you back Christine, I miss you! I love this little guy and his tree! You did a perfect colouring job! I really like the way you framed the picture and still had trees showing behind> Someone will be lucky to get these wonderful cards!
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