Sunday, 6 November 2016

Santa!!!!!!!!


 

Hi Peeps...

Yes, I think it's true to say that I'm getting carried away with these little Santas....  colouring them makes me feel happy!!

Today I have made a tag - and I'm ever so carefully trying the splatter technique for the snowy background...  but I'm not wonderful at it yet, I think I'm being TOO careful!  Ah well... I'm trying!  I blended a little Tumbled Glass and Broken China Distress Inks for the background and used a little bit of glitter card for the hill.


Card Info:
Image - MFT Jingle All The Way
Die - PTI Tag
Colouring - Copics
Skin - E000/00/11, R20
Beard and Fur - C0/1
Reds - R24/35/39, E57
Belt and Boots - C7/9
Rudolph - E50/51/53/55/57


This is my make for Day 6 of the 30 Day Colouring Challenge hosted by Kathy Racoosin - I'm loving being part of this!

We've had a fabulous weekend with Barry's lovely grandson visiting with his Mum and Dad too..  lots of fun and chat, and lots of games too!  Guess who lost??? hehe!

Big hugs

8 comments:

  1. Oh my word, I adore this Christine. I love, love, love this stamp set and these little guys look fab on a tag. I need this set! His little glittery beard is so cute too. Love it x

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  2. Really lovely tag, sweet Santa and reindeer.

    Kath x

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  3. c'est adorable et ces paillettes le rendent encore plus vrai!!! que du bonheur les petits enfants!

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  4. I keep seeing this come up on my FB feed and it's lovely Christine. I love the die and the cute Santa. Just adorable. xx

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  5. You couldn't fail to be happy with this cheerful little Santa and his cute reindeer pal around :-)
    Your tag is utterly fabulous and the inky background with the splatter snow is brilliant...looks perfect to me!
    Big hugs, Kat xx

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  6. He does look sweet, I can see why you enjoy colouring him. A gorgeous tag.
    Lorraine x

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  7. How come your rudolph is facing the opposite way to what is in the stamp set?

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