Sunday, 1 December 2013

Imagine That!

Because I entered the last Imagine That Freebie Challenge
 I was sent some delightful gingerbread digis by Kris B...

I decided to use the gingerbread boy on an easel card!

I used a golden card for matting each element and a DP from Papermania as a further layer.
The digi was coloured with Promarkers - just caramel, orange and gold 
with a touch of berry red. I added glitter to the Christmas hat.
The self-adhesive felt reindeers were from an online shop in Dubai.
I added a few gems to finish - and stamped 'Merry Christmas' with Versafine!

I am going to submit this to Imagine That December Freebie Challenge

I am also going to submit it to the 

as I totally forgot to add this challenge to my Happy Thanksgiving post

Happy Crafting!


  1. CUTE card Susan!! Love easels and those reindeer are so perfect with this image *Ü* Thank you so much for joining our challenge and because you were the FIRST to link up, you may choose any (1) set from my store!! Email your choice to me at krisb33 AT yahoo DOT com in the next 7 days. Happy Holidays!!

    1. Thank you so much Kris - will add my new makes to my blog later today!!

  2. Wow what a gorgeous card Susan!

  3. Super card and such a cutie image. thanks for joining us at SDD Challenge. good luck.

  4. Ohhhh, how sweet!!! Thanks so much for participating in our IMAGINE THAT! challenge!! Hope to see you again for our next challenge!!
    A Little Bit O' Paper

  5. Fab card, popping by from the Stamping Dragon FB blog ladder xxx

  6. Great project. Thank you for joining us at Stamping Dragon.
    Marleen DTL xx


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