Thursday, 6 December 2018

Iced Tea

Hello.  Welcome.  Wheeeeeeeeee!!  

Penguins sledging in a tea cup!  But of course!!!

I used a blue base card.  I cut silver glitter card with Stamplorations Stitched Winter Landscape and added some colour with Promarkers.  I cut white card with Stamplorations Stitched Snowy Hills dies.  Then I stamped The Cats Pyjamas Ship Happens, coloured with Promarkers, fussy cut and added it to the snowy hill.  The God Jul (Happy Christmas) is a Rubber Dance stamp.

Thanks for dropping by.  Hugz

Joining the fun at
2018 Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop
The Artistic Stamper Creative Team Challenge - Christmas
The Cats Pajamas Challenge #352 - Winter Holidays
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - B is for.... blue, Bon Voyage, bling
Addicted to Stamps Challenge 169 - Non-Traditional Christmas Colours


  1. How fun! While mine was sailing on a sea of coffee, yours is having a ball on some snow! This image is so fun, isn't it! Thanks for hopping along with us! :)

  2. Such a cute trio there. I love how they are sailing in a cup too.

  3. This is so cute, love that stamp set.

  4. Cute scene. Love the penguins in the coffee cup.

  5. love this card, so original, thanks for joining in with the Artistic Stamper Creative Challenge

  6. Beautiful designed card and thanks for sharing at our use CHRISTMAS NON TRADITIONAL COLOURS on your creation at Addicted to Stamps, hope to see you again next challenge..♥ ADDICTED TO STAMPS
    {aNNie}DT Addicted To Stamps Challenges

  7. I love this exploratory card, those penguins are darling!

  8. this is super nice and fun card!

  9. Cute and fun card.
    Great scenery.


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