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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Christmas Chaos - use old paper and image

Today is the 6th day of the week long Holiday Chaos event over at Catch the Bug.

Today is about using an old image and and an old paper. I used the image Kidz Christmas Boy and his Dog colored with Promarkers and took and old DP in beige and browns to cut the background. I added different types of glitter and frantage, made a frame with an old DP from Bo Bunny.

This card is also for:
Cards und More - # 173 Ooooh, so Cold
Crafty Creations - #330 Masculine
Sparkle N Sprinkle - Always Anything Goes: use loose glitter, embossing powder and/or flocking


KraftyKoolKat said...

A fantastic creation Pia. I love the little scene you have created and that frame is awesome.

Donna Ellis said...

How creative, Pia - your background looks amazing, especially with the realistic appearance of "trampled snow" as shown from your little hikers. Your frame is amazing, too. I would use this as Christmas deco each year - it's just too cute and pretty to only enjoy for one year! hugs, de

scrAPpamondo said...

Fabulous! This card is one of my favourite from yours, so sweet and simple!
Great textures on the back with the embossing and the frantage!! The fussi-cut image looks so cute, it really pop out from the lovely snowy scene!! Adorable frame, too, the faux stitching looks great on the denim tones of the beautiful dp!

Mervi said...

Gorgeous, your are master to do these cards with little scenes. Totally beautiful card;-))m

Migdalia said...

I love the fun scene and sweet image. Such a beautiful card!
Have a wonderful day,
Crafting With Creative M

Viv's Visuals said...

Fab background for this great image Pia! x

Imke said...

Super sweet christmas card, Pia and the background is fabulous !!

Imke ~ My Crafty Place

sandie said...

This is a gorgeous scene and I adore the sparkle snow x

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Pia, a cute image and lovely winter scene.

Laine said...

Such a sweet scent. Love the cute image and detail added.

Monika Reeck said...

Oh the DIES at behind is adorable Pia
how on earth you found this Dies
cool sweet and snowy feel which company please I want to buy too hehe
I think my DIES is similar like yours Pia...cause I am newbie 1 year having Big Shoot is not longer right...
Pia I love the hat with that pop corn pen and the dog great colored too
sweeeet Image and great scene my friend
lovely DP too
will join but I made A coffee card..tomorrow start our time 15 Oclock the Coffee Lovers blog hop also I want to join there too, its always fun to see many coffee cards there Pia..join too okay sweety

Brenda's Card Corner said...

Oh my goodness Pia...I LOVE your card! Awesome scene with those fabulous dies and you coloring is fantastic!


Chrissy said...

I love this one Pia..fabulous sparkly scene and adorable image..gorgeous.


Andrea W said...

Terrific card! I love the snowy scene you created and how you placed the image.

Loz said...

Gorgeous card and scene Pia..Loz

meg said...

realistic snow scene down to the "dirty" snow, great image and colouring

aussie aNNie said...

One mighty scenic card Pia..x

Karen Steele said...

This is a fabulous little snowy scene with such a great little character too!

Tammy said...

What a beautiful card Pia! I love that sweet image and the gorgeous snowy scene you created!
Tammy x

crafty-stamper said...

cute image and love the snowy scene
Carol x

Marina said...

That background scene is seriously wow! Such an original card.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

I don't use blue enough love the colours chosen on this card Pia and great use of Die cuts thanks for passing on your mothers compliment on my cards.
Thanks for sharing,
Shaz in Oz.x

{Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

Beate Rauer said...

great frosty card.Thanks for joining us at cards and more and good luck! Hugs,Beate

Deepti Aggarwal said...

Such a cute card..Love the beautiful scene you have created at the background..Thank you so much for joining us at Crafty Creations Challenges.

Mimi said...

Such a unique die for the scene! I've seen it before, but you use it so effectively, and here rubbed with the bit of beige-- just right! You always maximize your dies and are so good at using a variety!