Saturday, 10 November 2018

Challenge me a Christmas Card with Therese Calvird

Welcome to "Challenge me a Christmas Card" for 2018!
My guest today is Therese Calvird, and she has challenged me to make a card with the theme "Frosty". You can check out her take on this challenge HERE.

Here's what I came up with:

I used a piece of Yupo and added blue alcohol inks to create the sky. The snowy drifts are cut using a Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside die, and the stamps are from Neat and Tangled, coloured with Copic markers.
Thanks for visiting :)


  1. What a beautiful sky! And frosty, wintery scene! So happy and Christmasy! ☃️❄️🎄

  2. ooh, I love it Michelle, isn't he a cutie! I was playing with Yupo paper yesterday (not very successfully lol) and I just love the colours of the pattern in the piece that you made here! Thanks so much for everything, I had a blast!

  3. Hi Michelle. Love your cute card and the colours in the sky. I'm afraid Therese outdid you, making 6 cards! You girls are sweet and I loved the challenge you set up. Hopefully there will be more of these. Love keeping the Aussie girls busy and thinking. Am looking forward to the next lot. Bev from Sydney.

  4. Fun scene, and that frosty sky in the background is fantastic!

  5. Adorable! Love the alcohol ink colors you used - that sky looks almost jewel-like!

  6. Michelle the blues you used for this background make the snowman and hills of snow totally stand out. How beautiful that skyline is.


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