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__________________ Jeanne S - Inky Paws
Splitcoast Dirty Dozen SCS Gallery Moderator Splitcoast Challenge Hostess Tickle a Teapotter Coordinator
Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Oh yay - I have two Penny Black carolling images (hmm, make that three), and only one of them has been inked this year. I hope I don't just want to go to bed when I get home from work!! Thanks, Jeanne.
Awesome challenge, thanks! I was inspired by all the freshly cut Christmas trees around town- and decided to combine this with tuesday's color challenge. Used SU's Pennant Parade for my tree base, and TE's Critters from the Forest for my tree and sentiment. Finished with a gingham tie for a topper for a homespun look. Here's Tree Thanks
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Fun challenge! Who doesn't love FROSTY THE SNOWMAN ?! That is the theme of my card today. Thank you for stopping by to visit me. I hope you like my card taken with my iPhone (ugh). Enjoy! God bless you and have a great weekend! So glad to be able to play in a challenge here at SCS again.
Thanks for a fun challenge - great to see all the different cards
While I was on a roll, I made 2 cards - a silver and gold version - based on the Christmas carol: "We 3 Kings of Orient are" - a carol that I used to sing alot at Carol Services when I was a child but I rarely hear it nowadays. My late father was a Church organist and I have wonderful memories of sitting beside him as he practised on the organ for the Christmas Carol services that he played for - and this was one of the carols that he played. Anyway, here are my 2 cards:
This is my next card for the challenge - and this time my song inspiration is "Winter Wonderland" - in particular, the line in the song: "In the meadow we can build a snowman". I LOVE this Christmas song - it is one of my favourites and one I have sung alot with my all-girls musical group when we visit Nursing Homes during the Christmas season.