Wednesday 23 November 2011

The Paper Shelter DT - Christmas Sparkle (Red, green & gold)

Morning Luvlies!! Hope you're all well. Can't believe a fortnight has already passed and it's time for another challenge over at The Paper Shelter. This week we have the awesome theme of Christmas Sparkle using red, green and gold.Again I was rushed for time but fortunately with all the images available you get pre-coloured as well as black and white so I printed off the pre-coloured image and put together this little card. Isn't it just one of the sweetest images for Christmas? She is called Santa Cute Helper and is available to purchase here. The flowers and big pearl brad are all from Wild Orchid Crafts and the snowflakes are a Marianne die.
Thanks for stopping by today. I do hope you'll hop on over to the challenge blog and join in the fun with us this week. Lotsa luv, hugs xxxx


  1. awwwwwwwwwww Carol this is cute as a button. Sometime a pre coloured image is just the job eh?
    Anne x

  2. what a super card love the colours
    another beauty from you my friend always a pleasure to pop by
    hugs linda xxx

  3. Wow Carol, it was worth the wait to get the right exposure, that image is just fabulous and your card design is stunning. hugs Shirleyx

  4. Gorgeous Christmas Card Carol. I love the image she is just so cute.


  5. Woww this is absolutely stunning Carol! Love it!!!!!!!!!
    Hugs Kristel

  6. wow such a cute and adorable stamp.
    very pretty card.

  7. This is lovely Carol - I love the soft colours.

    Catherine x

  8. stunning card carol.i love the fun image and your colours and details are gorgeous :D

    xx coops xx

  9. Beautiful card and image, so fun for the christmastime love it xxxxx

  10. Hi Carol, What a sweet card. As a new follower I am spending a little time everyday having a look through your archive and am really enjoying it. I am looking forward to keeping up with you in the future. All the best. Linda

  11. Good evening Carol, Ooh I love your card, it's so pretty, gorgeous colours and embellies. Hugs Teresa xx