These cards were created on 17th November; day 17 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
Yes, even more yetis… The last ones for the moment, but I can’t promise I won’t be using them again🙂 These were inspired by my other half suggesting that I should have a yeti peeking from behind a tree.
These cards were created on 11th November; day 11 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
Yes, more yetis… They are a nice, fairly simple, shape which lent itself well to being used for testing a bunch of different ways of adding texture and sparkle, and it would be a shame to waste those test pieces🙂
This time I created a stamped tree background for them to stand in front of.
This card was created on 29th November; day 29 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
One family member has a liking for bunnies so I have been keeping my eye out for one to put on a Christmas card for her. This from Stamping Bella caught my eye; it’s not sold as a Christmas critter, but with a red stripy hat and suitable surroundings, it can soon be made appropriately festive.
These cards were created on 19th November; day 19 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
Another couple of quick cards for the Christmas card stash made with the large sentiments; this time I paired them with a cute little poinsettia die set.
These cards were made on 10th November; day 10 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge. The yetis were coloured earlier in the challenge.
I told you I love these yetis… and these are not the last you’ll see this month. I did try to do something a bit different with each pair though; this time I created a snowy landscape scene inside a circle frame as backgrounds for my two yetis – one coloured in Copic markers and one covered in white shimmer detail sparkle.
These cards were created on 20th November; day 20 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
I picked up this greetings stamp set so I would have some decent-sized sentiments that would work to create any last minute cards that are needed (there are always at least a couple). I made a couple of quick cards for my Christmas card stash and took the opportunity to try out the resist papers I picked up from Wow!
This card was created on 15th November; day 15 of The Daily Marker 30 Day Colouring Challenge.
I love this stamp set by Sandy and I’m so glad I managed to finally get it to the top of my “to be coloured” stamp pile. At this time of year my mind is firmly fixated on making innumerable Christmas cards and this image lent itself perfectly to creating a chilled Christmas scene.