Decorating the Tree

 

Every year I make sure I make at least one pink Christmas card.  I just love pink cards.  This image is by Lili of the Valley on Etsy.  I colored the image with Copic markers.  Her dress id spotted with a white ink pen.  I didn't have any Christmas paper in pink so I used a different paper.  I think it goes, anyways.  I used Stampin' Up dies for the pine boughs.  The sentiment is also by Lili of the Valley.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:

Color Crazy Craft Challenge - Anything Coloring Goes

Creative Fingers Challenge - Anything Goes

C.R.A.F.T. Challenge - Christmas

The Holly and the Ivy - Anything Christmas Goes



8 comments:

  1. LOve the cute image and floral corner piece,great colouring and good job on the spotty dress I thought it was paper pieced.
    Carol x

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  2. Cute image...so nicely colored! And understand about the PINK (My favorite color)

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  3. adorable image and wowzer so beautifully coloured ♥

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  4. This is just adorable! Love the paper, yes it goes well! And as usual, a fab coloring job. Great good luck with the CCC21 challenges. I never even thought of doing every month, I just make my card and see if it fits one - ha! But then, I haven't been doing it as long as you have. xoxo

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  5. Super cute, Diane! I love that image and your design in pink is beautiful!

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  6. Gorgeous! The LOTV images are so lovely and you have coloured this one beautifully. xx

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  7. I love this pink card. In fact I love Christmas cards in non-traditional colors.
    Your image is beautifully colored and the paper works very well. The embellishments are perfect too.
    Hugs Monica

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  8. What a beautiful Christmas card! I love the image, the gorgeous colors and of course the lovely embellie. Thanks so much for joining us at CRAFT Challenge!

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