Wednesday, 18 December 2013

mid month PB & More reminder - Merry Christmas - traditional colours

This is the mid month reminder for the last challenge of the year over on Penny Black & More, we would love to see your traditional colours Christmas cards. There are some fabulous prizes on offer as always and maybe you need that one last card to make..............
For my DT card I used the sentiment from Penny Black PB3243 the most.... and the image stamp is from Flonz. I coloured the ladies with promarkers in traditional colours and added lots of sparkle to their dresses so they truly look like they are in the festive season. I added a die cut border and a die cut sentiment. The background DP I  have had for ages and it seemed to fit nicely with the image.

12 comments:

brenda said...

What a clever idea using the Flonz images dressed in Christmas colours Lynn, love it.

B x

Doreen said...

This is gorgeous,love the image and great colours.xxx

Juls said...

Very stylish & elegant!! Hugs Juls

Whisper said...

Oooo very classy and elegant and i'm loving the PB sentiment too, Luv Sam x

Leikkaan Mervi said...

So glorious and beautiful card;-))m

Glennis said...

Stunning card, and I do love those dies!

susiestacey said...

Gorgeous card Lynn, love this elegant stamp x Susan x

Ellie said...

A beautiful creation Lynn! Gorgeous stamps!!

linda said...

very elegant and festive! i love the distressing on the edge of the sentiment label.
linda

Merry said...

These ladies are so elegant and really lovely card.

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

A very classy and elegant card Lynn - love those vintage ladies and the traditional Xmas colours.

I was just reading your Post above - the episode at the hotel must have been quite scary. Thank goodness it turned out to be a false alarm.

Wishing you a very happy and peaceful New Year. Sylvia x

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

A very classy and elegant card Lynn - love those vintage ladies and the traditional Xmas colours.

I was just reading your Post above - the episode at the hotel must have been quite scary. Thank goodness it turned out to be a false alarm.

Wishing you a very happy and peaceful New Year. Sylvia x