Wednesday 27 March 2019

White on White, at Christmas with the Cuties

Good morning to you all, my lovely blog chums.....hope you had a lovely weekend. We had decided that, last weekend, it was time to get the caravan out on the road again for the season.....she has been parked in a storage place on the Kent coast, all winter and we have missed her. We didn't travel too far, just a few miles away to Canterbury, but it was a great opportunity to make sure everything was all in good working order.....thankfully, the heating system was working well as it did get a bit chilly of an evening! I had been to a Dr's appointment, earlier in the week, and apparently my blood pressure is higher than it should be....I'm sure chilling out, this weekend, will have helped!

Anyway, enough waffle, Lisa, So we have a super new challenge at
Christmas with the Cuties
and we really are challenging you this time, with our theme of

Our very lovely sponsors for this challenge are

who also provided the DT with some adorable images to play with......thank you!!

We have some absolutely gorgeous inspiration from the DT, so why not hop on over and join in!

Whenever I do W.o.W I tend to use embossing folders, to add a bit of texture and definition. The image i've used here is called Harriet - Cold Christmas which you can find here. Have also used Promarkers to colour.

I would like to enter the following challenges:

Thank you again for visiting, have a lovely day xx


  1. This is lovely Lisa, the little girl looks so sweet x

  2. This is lovely Lisa, she is so cute and I am with you on the embossing when making a WOW card, otherwise they can look a little bit flat xx

  3. Great Christmas card! Love the dotted background. Thanks for join us at Crafty Sentiments designs. Beatriz DT

  4. This has come together beautifully!
    Great project! Fabulous that you have shared this with us here at The Holly & The Ivy. Good luck hun and do come back again!
    Jackie DT @ TH&TI


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