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Wow - I can't believe how quickly Christmas is approaching. It seems like I was just making Independence Day projects. I am trying to get my supply of Christmas cards filled out so you are going to be seeing a lot of Christmas projects from me over the next few weeks.





This little mouse comes from KLM Designs. Doesn't he look happy looking at the cheese?

Thank you for stopping by today!




Supplies:
  • Stamps: Cheesy Mouse from KLM Designs, Tree Trimming Trio from PaperTrey
  • Papers & CS: GP white CS, Neenah Crest Solar White, PTI Dark Chocolate, KaiserCraft Be Merry Collection
  • Inks: Stampin' Up Ruby Red, Distress Inks Antique Linen
  • Tools: Copic markers
  • Embellishments: KaiserCraft gemstones, misc. ribbon

Challenges:

Comments

Marlene said…
That mouse is too cute!!! Oh look at the expression in his eyes! LOL!! Love this card!
Karin said…
Love the colors of your papers and that mouse and cheese are very cute!
Karen B. said…
A super cute card, love that color combination too.
Jeanette said…
This is such a sweet and colorful card. The dots and strips make for a very festive holiday card. Thanks for joining us at I Did It Creations.
Rachel Hope said…
CUTE!!! :) Makes me smile. Thanks for playing along at Cupcake Inspirations!

~Rachel Hope
Jen Leeflang said…
Thanks so much for entering our ds4j challenge with your cute Christmas themed card.
JenLee ds4j DT)
Shelly's Images said…
Cute, cute, cute! I love this card. Thanks very much for joining our challenge this week at Shelly's Images. I hope you will join us again soon!
Anne Marie said…
Too cute! I look at cheese that same way though...haha! Cheese is my biggest weakness! I love pink and green Christmas cards and this one is just great! :)
Clare Brown said…
stunning card that lil mouse is so cute.goodluck at abc challenges

clare x
Sammibug said…
Cute image! I'm loving it! Great card! Thanks for sharing your creation with us in our Anything Christmas Challenge, at Shelly's Images!
Floweret said…
Superfun and lovely card, really glad you joined IDIC challenge this week! Hugs from sweden!
What a fantastic Christmas card! Thanks so much for joining our Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge.
Gurkiss said…
Such a lovely and cute card :)

Thank you for joining us at IDIC.

Hugs Gurkiss
CARLA PREDIGER said…
Nice card. Thanks for joining us at IDIC.
Gemma said…
a beautiful christmas creation! Thanks for joining in this week at Digistamps 4 Joy!! Hope to see you again next week! Gemma :)

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