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Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Passion for Promarkers Challenge - Give Me a P

It's my turn to choose the challenge theme over at a Passion for Promarkers - and I've chosen Give Me a P!  So use something on your card that begins with P (excluding your Promarkers, of course, although you must use  them or some other colouring medium from the Letraset family).

My Ps are a little harder to spot - they're the Peppermint Tea Bag that old sleepy head here is using as a pillow and the Pencil that he used to write his Chrismas list!  What a gorgeously cute image this is - Not Even a Mouse from Mo's Digital Pencil.
Of course I used my Pro and Flex markers for my colouring, and then a couple of Memory Box dies for the snow flurry border and corner.  The Father Christmas sleigh is Cheery Lyn, ( I think!), the christmas stocking is an mdf one that I covered with paper and added some glitter and the sentiment is from Magnolia. 
Do come on over to PFP to join us with all your P inspired creations!

8 comments:

Hennie Kloppenburg said...

Love the scene and the colouring.
Hennie

Loopylou. said...

awww thats just so cute Julie, I love the little santa and reindeers gong across the top too!
huge hugs Lou xxx

Janet - aka stacky said...

Fantastic card Julie the little mouse is so sweet and I love all the die cuts xx

Marie said...

Such great looking card and sweet image. Love the santa die and fabby use together with the other dies. Great one!
Love n hugs
Marie

coops said...

so gorgeous julie.stunning dies and colours and i love the sweet image ;D

xx coops xx

Ella's Design said...

Hi, Julie! Love your sweet card with it's cute image and pretty Christmassy embellishments! Hugs, Lisa x

Grenouille Greetings said...

I think I'm going to have to get me this image. I soooo love it and your have coloured it SUPERBLY. A super pretty card, Julie! Hugs, Lesley

Grenouille Greetings said...

I think I'm going to have to get me this image. I soooo love it and your have coloured it SUPERBLY. A super pretty card, Julie! Hugs, Lesley