Friday, December 18

PaperCraftPlanet Challenge


Good afternoon!  Yesterday, over at Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps Paper Craft Planet GROUP HERE, there was a challenge to make a card using snowflakes!  AND they just released this digi image, too!  SO, I combined these two MAHHHHHVELOUS things and got this!  What'cha think??

The paper is by Basic Grey, Copics for coloring and MS punches for the snowflakes.  What I think is so cute about this image is that UH, HELLO?  Don't you think the bear would just EAT the penguin instead of fishing with him?  HAHA!  PLUS, how many BROWN bears are there really where penguins live?? Hmmm... Well, I suppose this really SHOULD be a POLAR bear, but I wanted to show off this image so I colored him to be brown!  HAHA!

I hope you all are surviving the holiday madness!  My kids still have two days of school next week, but my JOSH is coming home from college tonight, so I am really excited!!  I got him stocked up with his favorites here at home... eggrolls, bagels and cream cheese, rocky road icecream by request and peanut M&M's!!  He won't want to go back on January 9th!  HA!!

Have a super evening and I will see you all in the morning with a new card for THE SWEET STOP

Blessings!

5 comments:

PaperCrafty said...

Beautiful card Nicole!! I love the color combo and your fabulous coloring!!

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Scrapbooking Challenges & Competitions search engine today (look for timestamp: 18 Dec [LA 02:37pm, NY 05:37pm, UK 10:37pm] - 19 Dec [OZ 09:37am]).

TexasGrammy said...

Oh my gosh, Nicole!
This is beyond darling!! I just love the scene, the colors, and the happy feeling I'm getting from this sweet card!

Merry Christmas!
~Bev

Country Mouse said...

Super cute card! I love the color combo, subtle and cute!!!:)

Deedee Anderson said...

This is such a warm and sunny card, Nicole, even though it's a snow scene. Everytime I look at it, I smile because I can just feel the friendship between these two fishing buddies -- you did such a terrific job of bringing them to life!

Howdy!