Friday, 1 April 2016

I see a little Elf

Good Morning,

It's the Icicles turn again this week to showcase our Christmas inspiration for you & our theme for this weeks challenge is

Embossing Wet or Dry

We have a fab sponsor this week

I have coloured up the super cute little Elf Boy using Copic Marker. I have used dry embossing on my card & have used a little red ink to bring out the snowflakes embossed on the white paper.

Thank you for stopping by, please drop on over to the Winter Wonderland Challenge & see what the rest of the Icicles have come up with.
We look forward to seeing all you great Christmas makes featuring Embossing.

Hope you have a lovely day

I would like to enter this card into the following Challenges:

Christmas Card Challenges - Anything Goes
Fab n Funky - Christmas
Holly Jolly Christmas - Use your stash - Christmas pud & Sparkly flowers that I've had for ages.


  1. Lovely card Emma, cute Elf image and great design.

    Pat P xx

  2. Gorgeous card. Love those tartan papers and that wee elf is so cute! You've done a beautiful job with the colouring and card design. Thanks for joining in our Christmas challenge at Fab 'n' Funky this week. So glad that you did. Do join us again soon. Hugs, Wends x Fab 'n' Funky DT

  3. Oh My! LOVE your coloring of the elf - he's adorable!! Thanks for joining us this week at Christmas Card Challenges.

  4. I love your cute little elf card - great traditional colours and beautifully coloured hugs judith x

  5. Here I am back again! - just to say thank you for playing along at fab'n'Funky this week and good luck hugs judith x

  6. Adorable!
    Thanks for joining us at Christmas Card Challenges and good luck!
    Monica - CCC DT

  7. Seriously cute card !! Love that little elf. Thanks for joining our challenge at Holly Jolly. Hope to see you again soon. Good luck.
    Lynn, HJ DT

  8. This is just adorable! HA! It made me smile! :)
    Thanks for sharing it over at Christmas Card Challenges. :)

  9. Wonderful card, love the elf and design. Thanks for entering Holly Jolly Christmas.
    Denise DT