Practising Creativity

Merry Christmouse Card

I'm trying to finish up with some of my 2022 didn't get-around-to-publishing posts of which this Christmas card is one. It's a Merry Christmouse card featuring Hetty Clare's Merry Christmouse digi and sentiment. Hetty has some great digis for Christmas, this CAS Home for the Holidays treehouse card is a past favorite.

Paper is Folia Christmas. A ric-rac die-cut and enamel dots serve as embellishments. Now, if you're thinking those enamel dots are a wee bit big for this card and are placed in a strange configuration, you're right, they are. They were an emergency card-saving measure. I had some Nuvo Crystal drops strategically placed around the image, nothing too ostentatious, quite cute, and then I went and picked the dang card up before they dried and smudged them...grrrr. I liked the rest of the card so much I couldn't bear to not use it. I picked off the Nuvo dots with a palette knife and covered the remaining smudges with these enamel dots.

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, Folia Christmas pad
Digital stamp – Hetty Clare's Merry Christmouse digi & sentiment
Dies – no-brand stitched squares, Gemini Fancy Borders Ric-Rac
Embellishments – enamel dots
Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers
Art-n-Fly white pen

I'm linking up with the following challenges: Dare 2B Artzy January – Winter Fun, Polkadoodles Wk 2 – ATG, and Gem of a Challenge Wk 1 – ATG.

2 comments

  1. Love the paper combo of your cute festive card. Many thanks for sharing it at Polkadoodles challenge.
    DT Nunzia

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  2. Way to save it with strategic Nuvo Drops! Let me tell you, if I had your Nuvo Drops talent I'd be putting them on everything! Loving this super sweet image....and the papers too!

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