The beautiful digital Christmas plaid background is from Coosty Creations found on the Stitchey Bear Outlet. The children in the snow is a digital from Lunagirl. It just happens she is having a challenge on Holiday Children. As added trim I put a row of red flowers ribbon down the left side. They resemble poinsettias. .
HazelThis was produced digitally using the lovely poinsettia background paper kindly given by Stitchy Bear Coosty Creations, together with the sweet image and verse that I found for free download from Vintage Fangirl here.
MicheleFor this tag I used digital background paper by Stitchy Bear designer Coosty Creations and in the corner is a digital stamp of poinsettias also by Coosty Creations. The poinsettias were colored with colored pencils. The Santa is a rubber stamp by 100 proof press. I outlined the poinsettia digital stamp and the rubber stamp with black pen. To finish I added the "no peeking" sentiment, some green stars and ribbon (all from my stash). I will add a "to" and "from" on the backside and attach this to a gift this Christmas!
KarlaFor the second week of "Use a Digital Background and Images", I created another card that is 100% digital. The background papers are called Poinsettia and are by designer Coosty Creations of Stitchy Bear. The lovely image you see is an vintage postcard I found on Pinterest. All the others elements I used to adorn my card are from the internet. Have a magical week and keep playing along with us!
For the second week of the challenge I used the same poinsettia image but made it larger and since I like pink poinsettias I coloured them pink, and fussy cut the image out. I also chose the green background digi and layered it on a scrap of shiny pink paper. I needed to add something to the right side so used some gold ribbon and then embossed the sentiment with versamark watermark and detail gold embossing powder
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