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Two challenges in one

It's kind of weird making Christmas cards with scorching weather outside. This week I've combined two challenges for this card. Winter Wonderland have a yummy sketch challenge and Penny Black Saturday Challenge are using the theme Christmas in July.Of course my favourite Penny Black snowman stamp had to come out again.Here is the sketch
Here is my card.

Comments

kath said…
beautiful card kathy and Snowy is so adorable...and yes it is weird thinking of christmas when the sun is shining......thanks for joining in the Christmas fun this week at Penny Black Saturday...hugs kath xxx
Sally said…
This is really cute. Love the snowman.
Hugs Sally xx
Great interpretation of the sketch. I love that snowman and all the gorgoeus blues. Thanks for playing at WW. Marianne x Please turn off word verification. Thanks
downrightcrafty said…
Hi Kathy pleased you like my sketch, and I just love your interpretation. The crisp winter blues and snowy just fabulous with all those frosty snowflakes.

Thanks for playing along and sharing your beautiful creation with us at Winter Wonderland
Hugs Kate xx
joey said…
Hya Kathy

you have rocked the sketch I love it, love snowy :O) thanks for joining us at pbsc

Joey.xxx
Sue from Oregon said…
I love this little snowman!
debby4000 said…
Oh this is fabulous Kathy, love the cute snowman.
luv
Debby

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