Tuesday, November 28, 2017

City Crafter Challenge Blog Week 390 ~ I believe in Santa Claus

Christmas is around the corner, are you ready for the holiday yet?
Did you have your Christmas music on the radio?
It is this time of the year that we have Christmas music play. 
"I believe in Santa Claus" is one of the song from Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton's Christmas album "Once upon a Christmas", have you heard that before?
This week at City Crafter Challenge Blog, we want to see a project inspired by this holiday album.


I created a Christmas card with snow scene....


 the sentiment, tiny houses and Christmas trees are all products of Lil'Inker Designs


I hope you come play along with us at...












17 comments:

Ros Crawford said...

This is so sweet and adorable Kirsty!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous! LOVING the glitter!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Adam said...

nice card

Tieva Design said...

This card is winter-wonder-land :O)
Gabi

Maria said...

A beautiful card with lovely scene!

Greta said...

Darling little scene, Kirsty--love the sparkle!

Diane said...

What a sweet winter card design Kirsty.

Hugs Diane

Elborgi said...

this is such wonderful card!
Elma

Lucille K said...

Such a sweet, little scene. All of the details make this so special :)

Tracy said...

Can't believe it's almost time for Christmas. Your frosty scene is just right. Hugs!

Marina said...

Great scene with such pretty colours.

Sylvia said...

What a fun Christmas card, Kirsty, but what have you been up to? You seem to be missing as many posts as I do. Happy December!

Audrey Pettit said...

Love, love this sweet village snow scene! Fabulous card, my friend!

Dana Tatar said...

Beautiful card! I love the torn edges and the touch of glitter.

Sharon Fritchman said...

Your card is adorable! I love the little scene you created!!

Sue Lelli said...

LOVE your glittery snow and the sweet scene!

Andie Miller said...

How did I get so far behind? Still, these are all making me wish I'd have done more Christmas cards myself. I'm going to whip up a few on the inspiration you've provided. Happy Christmas season, Kirsty.