Thursday, 30 November 2017

Merry Fishmas

Hello.  Welcome.  Today we saw some sun, and a big frost.  But a dry day isn't anything to sneeze at and the chicks had fun wobbling around the garden.

 But soon christmas so I grabbed a couple of different birds and made this

The penguin dies were a freebie on a magazine I bought whilst on my travels and the sentiment and stitched dies are from Stamplorations.  I cut my card base with the stitched rectangle die and then embossed with the Joyeux Noel die.  I cut and paper pieced my penguins from a selection of scrap papers.  Little penguin looks like that fish is a top present.  

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
November Rudolph Days Challenge
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Pixies Snippets Playground Weeks 309 and 310
Stamplorations CAS Challenge November


  1. Love the use of iamge and white space! Just lovely in every way! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Anything Goes” Challenge! Awesome details and design! Super work!

  2. It's certainly time for Jack Frost to be making an appearance! I love your penguin card, Gail! That must be the Queen Mother of All Penguins with her ruby coat and silver vest! But regal as she is, she's still a good mom feeding her young'n! Hugs, Darnell

  3. Hey, I bought the very same magazine just to get those cute penguin dies :-) Love your card, beautiful die cut stitched frame! ♥

  4. Mother and child! What better a duo to grace the front of your beautiful card! Merry Christmas, Gail!

  5. Glad the chickens had a good wobble! Love the penguins, Jo x

  6. Super image and a great card! Darnell's comment kinda summed it up really :) Lovely to see you in the snippets playground.


    Di xx

  7. Beautiful card, Thank you for joining in with the STAMPlorations CAS card challenge.

  8. love the embossing technique! Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations CAS Challenge!

  9. Cute, cute, cute! What a fun card.


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