Practicing Creativity

Fa-La-La-Llama Christmas Card

Hello all! Je suis de retour with a Fa-La-La-Llama Christmas card for you today. Using the same design as this Rugby/American Football Christmas card, it features a free Crayola coloring page sized down with its borders and sentiment masked. I replaced the masked sentiment with one of my own. 

Paper is from the German company Max Bringmann and is the same as used on this Alpaca birthday card. Embellishments are brads with the tines cut off. 

Supply List
Paper – cardstock, Max Bringmann paper pad
Digital stamp – free Crayola coloring page
Dies – no-brand stitched rectangle and border strip, Gemini Fancy Borders Ric-Rac
Embellishment – felt brads with the tines cut off
Font – Edwardian Script ITC
Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers
Art-n-Fly white pen

I'm linking up with: Aud Sentiments #307 – Christmas + sentiment, The Cutie Pie Challenge #188 – Digis & Die Cuts, Dream Valley Challenges #305 – Occasions Other Than Birthdays, PIP Challenge 2345 – ATG, and Christmas Crafts All Year Round Nov. – Holiday Song/Carol.


  1. Shani!! I was over-the-moon delighted to see a blog notification and a comment notification from you in my inbox today. 💕

    Your card is so bright, cheerful, and fun! Such a fabulous sentiment too!

  2. Your card is fabulous!! I love the happy colors and designer paper you used. Thanks for joining us this week at Pammie's Inky Pinkies. Hope to see you again.

  3. So happy to see this, and you! Wonderful card! I adore the lovely colours.

  4. Oh, he is wonderful and fabulous colouring and colours, love it Shani..

    luv CHRISSYxx

  5. Oh so cute!!! Thanks so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CRAFTS ALL YEAR 'ROUND challenge!!! I appreciate that you play along and I enjoy visiting your blog!! Have a happy crafty day!! Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

  6. Lovely card.Thank you for joining our Aud Sentiments challenge.

  7. Beautiful I love the image and your coloring. So glad you shared over at Aud Sentiments


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